Join us for Open Bar #6 with Embajador Tequila on Monday! Monday evening at 7pm Central, Andres Garcia will be joining Mike Morales and Lisa Pietsch for a chat about Embajador Tequila. Andres has been hard at work at some recent big shows, just returned from a visit to Mexico to take the famed class from … Read moreOpen Bar with Andres Garcia of Embajador
[In mid-February 2016, at the suggestion of Andres Garcia, Regional Sales Manager of award winning Embajador tequila, Tequila Aficionado Media met with Brian Jaymont, General Manager of the Corner Restaurant, inside the JW Marriott in the heart of Austin, Texas. We were first exposed to the fine hospitality of the JW Marriott on our second visit to the Texas Nightclub … Read moreCorner Restaurant Fuels the Fire of Austin’s Craft Tequila Scene
[An urgent text message about Kosher tequila from an agave beverage manager at a thriving new bar in New York City, and the resulting questions raised from research into this misunderstood market from all points–tequila and mezcal brand owners, consumers, and rabbinical representatives of the Jewish faith–prompted me to finally discuss the positive, often flawed, and vastly under served kosher … Read moreThe BIG Business of Kosher Tequila, Part III
[An urgent text message about Kosher tequilas from an agave beverage manager at a thriving new bar in New York City, and the resulting questions raised from research into this misunderstood market from all points–tequila and mezcal brand owners, consumers, and rabbinical representatives of the Jewish faith–prompted me to finally discuss the positive, often flawed, and vastly under served kosher tequila … Read moreThe BIG Business of Kosher Tequila, Part I
From the Vault Aug 12, 2004 Mexico makers want to add fruit to firewater in bid to expand market. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s tequila industry, in pursuit of younger customers, plans to follow other alcohol producers by offering the centuries-old firewater tinged with citrus flavors. “Young people are drinking flavored products,” said Miguel Aguilar … Read moreTequila Gets Fruity: Flavors & Infusions
Bestowed Gold and Silver Awards at the First Annual Bar Business Spirits Competition For Immediate Release! September 9, 2015, Austin, TX: On August 16, 2015, at the First Annual Bar Biz Spirits Competition held during the Texas Bar & Nightclub Alliance Convention, Embajador Tequila was named Tequila Producer of the Year, capturing a gold medal … Read moreEmbajador Proclaimed Tequila Producer of the Year!
On The Road Again Unlike some tequilas, most of my moves have never been smooth–or without incident. For the better part of 18 years, I lived in New Mexico. After a year long stay in my home state of California, I moved my personal residence and headquarters to San Antonio, TX to helm the newly … Read moreTequila Aficionado Takes to The Open Road
Compared to its siblings, Embajador Supreme Añejo is a big, big brother. Rested for 18 months—a full 10 months longer than its Premium Reposado—Supreme is a veritable post-grad student compared to its primary school brothers. Yet, for all that age its color is surprisingly pale gold. Not that color determines everything, but 18 months is … Read moreEmbajador Añejo Tequila Review | Steve Coomes
Note to all tequila distillers… I love it when, along with your generous review bottles, you supply a story of how your tequila is made. The makers of Embajador tequila did this by sending a simple folder with a few laser-printed pages that told a brief but helpful story about its goods. And they are … Read moreEmbajador Blanco Tequila Review | Steve Coomes
Captures gold and silver medals across contest categories… September 29, 2014, Del Mar, CA—Embajador Tequila Supreme añejo was awarded a gold medal from the longest running Mexican spirits competition in North America, the Spirits of Mexico. A panel of judges with over 300 years of experience between them also voted both Embajador Tequila Platinum Blanco … Read moreEmbajador Tequila Conquers California At Spirits of Mexico!