I’m not saying gin is in a decline, it has been far from it, actually. What I am saying is perhaps the world is now looking at what’s next. And while there are a few potential superstars in the making, the next big thing in white spirits is, without a doubt, tequila and mezcal.
When I speak tequila, I don’t mean the industrial excuse for tequila that all of us have had in plenty just after crossing puberty. The truth is that for a lot of people, the very same tequilas are the way to go even today. Such a shame, really, because it does the image of tequila no good.
Every restaurant, every bar, every retail store, and every hotel is seriously upping their tequila game as we speak, and here is why.
What they are on to, is world class, sipping tequila that will make you ache for more. Delicious and smooth with a rising number of ardent followers here in India who will not think twice before splashing big money on high quality drop. This select group of tequila connoisseurs, though small, is growing larger by the minute.
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