Sipping Off The Cuff: Mexican Moonshine Tequila Reposado

Mexican Moonshine Reposado

Alexander Perez and Mike Morales taste and review Roger Clyne’s Mexican Moonshine Reposado Tequila on this episode of Tequila Aficionado’s Sipping Off The Cuff.  See why they nominated it for the 2014 Brands of Promise!

 

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 Roger Clyne’s Mexican Moonshine Story

Don’t miss Mike Morales’ double feature on Roger Clyne, his music and his tequila:

Read Part 1 here, now!

Part 2 Available here now!

 

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On April 29, 2014, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers unleashed their seventh studio album, The Independent.  The title fits these musical mavericks like an old pair of faded jeans worn as a statement against oppression on Casual Fridays.   Yet, as Clyne states, “There’s something about our music that celebrates what’s uniting versus what’s dividing.”

Mexican Moonshine, Mexican Moonshine…Let your heart and your cup overflow, under the glow of the moonshine!  May your heart and your cup… Overflow…under the glow of the Moonshine!

Using this “Tequila Logic,” Roger Clyne has managed to do the same with Mexican Moonshine, gently hitching the spirit’s Lowland agave heritage to the wood notes of Kentucky bourbon to create a peacemaker that rightfully belongs in any collector’s arsenal.

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Lisa Pietsch is the Chief Operations Officer of Tequila Aficionado Media, a USAF veteran, a multi-published novelist and freelance writer, a social media marketing consultant, and the mother of two boys. She has a passion for good tequila, foreign languages, and travel in all forms. Lisa currently makes her home in San Antonio, Texas.

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