Posts Tagged ‘tequila’

Sipping off the Cuff: Route 66 Tequila Reposado

Mike and Alex taste and discuss Del Bravo’s Route 66 which will rev the engines of motorcycle lovers & haters alike.  “It’s charming, it’s chiny, and it tastes real good!” says Alex. “It’s charming, it’s chiny, and it tastes real good!” says Alex. Click To Tweet

Sipping off the Cuff: Mamalon Tequila Blanco

Mike & Alex taste & discuss Mamalon tequila blanco, the latest from La Cofradia. Mike & Alex taste & discuss Mamalon tequila blanco, the latest from La Cofradia. Click To Tweet

Sipping off the Cuff: Cabrito Tequila Reposado

Mike & Alex taste and discuss Cabrito Tequila Reposado and why we should love the goat.   Mike & Alex taste and discuss Cabrito Tequila Reposado and why we should love the goat. Click To Tweet

Sipping off the Cuff: Cabrito Tequila Blanco

Mike Morales and Alex Perez taste and discuss Cabrito Tequila Blanco and why we should never hate the goat. Mike Morales and Alex Perez taste and discuss Cabrito Tequila Blanco and why we should never hate… Click To Tweet

Sipping off the Cuff: Lunazul Primero

Mike & Alex taste and discuss Lunazul Primero Tequila and why they feel it is a Brand of Promise.   About Lunazul Primero: Añejo tequila that’s aged in American white oak barrels for 18 months. Tasting Notes Filtered eight times to achieve a crystal clear color. Aroma: Complex aroma with sweet, oak, caramel, apple, and […]

Sipping off the Cuff: Lunazul Blanco

Mike & Alex taste and discuss Lunazul Tequila Blanco and why they feel it is a Brand of Promise.   About Lunazul Blanco Crystal clear, un-aged tequila that allows its 100% agave flavor to shine. This is tequila at its simplest. Tasting Notes Exceptionally smooth and balanced with bright color and silver highlights. Aroma: Refreshing […]

Sipping off the Cuff: Abreojos Tequila Blanco

Mike & Alex taste and discuss Abreojos Tequila, the hidden scorpion, and why they feel it is a Brand of Promise. From AbreojosTequila.com: The name Abreojos comes from a little fishing village in Baja California Sur called Punta Abreojos. Abreojos translated from Spanish means “Open Eyes”. In this quiet little fishing village lies a pristine […]

Mexican Tequila to Take on Sake in Asian Market

MEXICO CITY, Jul 15, 2002 (Notimex/Corporate Mexico by Internet Securities, Inc. via COMTEX) — Mexican tequila is preparing to take on sake and other traditional Asian drinks as demand for the Mexican drink grows on that continent. Tequila producers accompanied Jalisco state Governor Francisco Ramírez on a tour in Asia to explore business opportunities in […]

Tequila Gets Fruity: Flavors & Infusions

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 […]

Expo Comida Latina: Thriving Demand for Latino Food Products Compels First-Ever Tradeshow

From the Vault Oct 7,2002 Hundreds of food, beverage and related products’ companies are gearing up for “EXPO COMIDA LATINA, the Hispanic Food and Beverage Show,” to be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center November 3-5, 2002. Celebrating the foods, beverages, flavors and brands of the Americas, exhibits will include products for and by […]