It’s National Tequila Day, and some states will be celebrating a little harder than others. Someone looked at buying habits in all 50 states, and ranked them according to how much tequila they drink each year. Here are the Top 3:
1. Nevada. The average person drinks 2.3 bottles of tequila a year. That might be a little bloated though, because of tourists.
2. Colorado, 1.4 bottles.
3. Arizona, 1.4.
What, no California??? We actually came in at #4 with 1.3 bottles per year.
As for my favorite tequilas to sip on, here are a few in case you’re interested in trying a GOOD tequila. Again, these aren’t for taking shots; they’re for sipping and enjoying. You can click the name of each to see more.
Cazadores Reposado: This is a very tasty tequila for the price.
Don Julio 1942: This one is super smooth, and often used as a transitional tequila for people who aren’t really into the spirit but are curious. Caution: It’s pricey!
Clase Azul Reposado: This one is also pricey, but like the Don Julio 1942, a little bit goes a long way. You’ll only need to sip on 1-2 ounces at a time for complete happiness.
Do you have any favorite tequilas? Email them to me here.