Mucha Liga Tequila

Feb 22, 2017

Category: Vices

In the world of liquor pairings, we challenge you to find a better combination than tequila and wrestling; Lucha Libre to be specific. In this regard, Mucha Liga tequila pays homage to these brave and entertaining Luchadores with their renowned tequila housed within a series of Lucha Libre masks. It’s Mexican culture at its finest. Now all you need is some salt and lime.

With each mask comes a different expression of tequila. In this case, each of bottle represents a Blanco, Reposado, and Anejo tequila. Dubbed Bravo, Canibal, and Invicto respectively, each bottle features one of the three main characters of the league vying for their chance to become El Campeon. Their agave is grown in the La Cienega region of Jalisco, where the soil boasts a high balance of nutrients thanks to the limited amount of agave grown in that area. This allows each and every batch to obtain a vast variety of flavors and aromas that make each sip a memorable experience- as long as you don’t overindulge of course. Salud. [Purchase]

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