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12-24-2010, 07:22 PM   #1
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Guess this tequilia

Ok, try to look past the women, I had a shot of this tequilia while in cozumel, mexico.
I was wondering if anyone knows what brand it is (I don't know that is why I am asking)I have never seen red tequilia.
It was by far the best stuff I have ever tried....

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It must have been good tequila, since you have no memory of what it is. ;-)
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My god, I think I've had that stuff too, I have no memory of it either.
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My god, I think I've had that stuff too, I have no memory of it either.
BTW that is the waitress holding the bottle and giving out free shots.....oooooooohhhhhhh

my camera had a pentaxgasm


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Over 1,000 brands of the stuff...

Tequila Brands - Names, Trademarks, Companies and Brands of Tequila

Enjoy the hunt!

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12-25-2010, 07:23 PM   #6
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I'm thinking it is red food coloring...

Below is from my "Red colored Tequila" google search:

The difference in quality between real tequila and cheap tequila is major. Once you have tasted real tequila, you will probably never want to drink cheap tequila again. Someone at your local alcohol store should be able to tell you if they sell real tequila. El Conquistador, 100% blue agave, made in Mexico real tequila, pictured here. Note that the tequila is clear, the bottle is blue.

Tequila can be clear to light brown in color. The brown color that some types of real tequila exhibit is caused by aging in oak barrels. The longer the tequila has been aged in oak barrels, the darker the color. Dark tequila is considered premium and preferred by most people.

Cheap tequila is sometimes colored brown by an artificial method, such as adding food coloring. This is to give it the appearance of quality. However this brown color does not mean it will taste any better. Cheap tequila is cheap tequila, no matter what color it is.
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