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March Tequila of the Month: Fortaleza

Fortaleza margaritas tequila Tequila of the Month

March Tequila of the Month: Fortaleza

Have you been enjoying our monthly journey through tequilas as much as we have enjoyed curating it for you? The goal is to offer you a mix of well-known popular brands and more exclusive hidden tequila treasures. This month we are eager to share an exciting find with you, Tequila Fortaleza. Since discovering this tequila gem, it has become one of John's favorites. Check out the shelf above his desk! He has been "doing research" on the whole line for you.  It's a special order tequila so you won't be able to find it too many other places in Pittsburgh....

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Let's Make an Amante Picante Margarita

Bribon tequila

Let's Make an Amante Picante Margarita

How to make a tasty tangy Amante Picante Margarita.

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February Tequila of the Month: Bribón

Bribon margaritas tequila Tequila of the Month

February Tequila of the Month: Bribón

If you attended our tequila cocktail making class this past October, you have had the opportunity to taste this ultra-premium tequila and meet some of our favorite tequila reps, Elizabeth and Michael.  If you regularly drink our Golden Margarita, you have indeed, been drinking Tequila Bribón. Palm Bay International partnered with distiller Casa Don Roberto, a legacy family producer in the Jalisco region of Mexico to create Tequila Bribón.  Don Roberto Orendein is one of the forefathers of commercial tequila (we use Orendein Tequila in our house margaritas). The Orendein family emigrated from Spain in the early 19th century and...

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January Tequila of the Month: Don Julio

Don Julio tequila Tequila of the Month

January Tequila of the Month: Don Julio

Enjoy Don Julio at Happy Hour Prices all day each Wednesday in January. A special tasting night will be conducted on Wednesday, January 22 from 6-8pm.

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Taste the Independence of Riazul Tequila

Taste the Independence of Riazul Tequila

Riazul says that independence runs through their veins. This smooth well-made tequila began with a kick-butt great great-grandmother and a perseverant creative descendant, Iñaki Orozco. The highlands of Jalisco were apparently a key battlefront in the Mexican War of Independence.  For her part in that struggle, Maria Higinia Gomez was granted 10,000 acres of land — most of which she gave away to revolutionaries who fought for Mexico's freedom. The remaining 250 acres was handed down from generation to generation. In the 1990s Iñaki Orozco inherited the family land which happened to be in the exclusive area of Mexico where...

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