Casamigos Tequila

National Tequila Day All Summer Long

There is nothing better on a hot Texas summer day than a refreshing margarita. One our of new favorite summertime drinks is a Watermelon Mint Margarita. It’s coming to a Guadalajara Restaurant near you! Just in time for National Tequila Day on July 24th. 

All July long, treat yourself and your family to an authentic Tex-Mex dining experience, complete with the most innovative cocktails available from Casamigos Tequila. From Palomas to margaritas and more, Casamigos is the perfect base for your next summer drink.

The Casamigos Story

George Clooney and Rande Gerber created Casamigos Tequilas and Mezcal and were crafted to be the best-tasting and smoothest on the market, so drinkers wouldn’t feel the need to cover the taste with lime or salt. Since its inception, Casamigos has been one of the fastest-growing tequilas out there while winning numerous awards for quality. No matter your taste, there is a Casamigos for you. The brand serves Blanco, Resposado, Añejo, and Mezcal.

Casamigos uses a refined tequila process to provide customers with superior taste, including selecting the finest 100% Blue Weber agaves from the rich climate of The Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. The agaves are then slow-roasted for 72 hours in traditional brick ovens, to extract the fullest flavor. After roasting, the tequila is distilled using a special yeast blend to provide consistent flavoring. Finally, Casamigos ferments the tequila for 80 hours, providing a  flavor unique to the brand. Then, depending on the style, the tequila is aged for up to 14 months. 

Casamigos and Guadalajara

At Guadalajara Restaurants, our utmost priority is customer satisfaction, which is why we are excited to celebrate National Tequila Day all month long. With the Watermelon Mint Margarita made only with the freshest ingredients, your next date night out or dinner with the family is sure to be more exciting. Visit any one of our four locations this month to try these refreshing summer drinks before they’re gone again. 

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