National Tequila Day
National Tequila Day is celebrated on July 24 of every year. Mexicans like to celebrate National Tequila Day, and so do lots of others. Tequila is made from the blue agave plant, it is named after the small town called Tequila in a valley west of Guadalajara in Jalisco, Mexico, the spirit was known as mezcal wine about the time the conquistadors came to the continent. This popular drink, made with tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice, plus the trademark salt lip, will bring a touch of the tropics to any get-together and parties.
“I wanted to do my part to help preserve that golden age of travel… I step aboard the Patron Tequila Express railcar, and I go back in time to the days when a long journey was something fun and very special.” – Billionaire John Paul DeJoria
History of National Tequila Day
The History and Origin of National Tequila Day are unknown. However, Tequila Day began to emerge around the late 1990s. National Tequila Day is celebrated every year on July 24. Tequila is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from the blue agave plant and the main alcohol in a margarita. Blue agave plants produce sugars such as fructose, which is ideal for preparing tequila. The plant only grows in the rich and sandy soil of Jalisco, Mexico at altitudes of 1,500 meters.
Other Celebrations on July 24
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How to Celebrate National Tequila Day
Celebrate National Tequila Day with a short drive to your favorite watering hole, Mexican restaurant or liquor store. If you want a lot of fun, grab your friends to get some tequila-laden drinks and enjoy the day. Take pictures with your friends and share them with others on social media’s by using the hashtag #NationaltequilaDay or #tequiladay.