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The founder of Hiatus Tequila, Kristopher DeSoto, shares some interesting tequila trivia.

Here are some interesting tequila facts for today and every day.

These magical margaritas are the perfect way to celebrate National Tequila Day.


Take a look at this list of interesting stats.

Tequila hails from the western Mexican state of Jalisco, where the town of Tequila is where the liquor gets its name.

On Sunday, July 24, 2022, Kristopher DeSoto appeared on “Fox and Friends Weekend” to celebrate National Tequila Day.
On National Tequila Day in 2022, Sunday, July 24th, Kristopher DeSoto appeared on “Fox and Friends Weekend”. In the words of Fox News:


According to DeSoto, tequila can only be made in five states.

Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacan, Nayarit, and Tamaulipas are the states in question.

DeSoto noted on Fox & Friends Weekend that Jalisco is one of Mexico’s largest producers.


Tequila is made from blue agave, a succulent plant with fleshy leaves native to Mexico.

According to DeSoto, the plant can take up to eight years to grow. Tapping and cooking the agave plant for tequila takes place when it’s fully mature, which takes around two years.

What’s the difference between tequila and mezcal?


The hue of tequila varies depending on how long it has been matured.

Blanco, reposado, and aejo are all types of aged tequilas (right). In the course of time, the skin’s hue changes due to the aging process.
Blanco (on the left), reposado (in the middle), and aejo (on the right) are the three types of aged tequila (right). The hue of an object changes as it ages. In the words of Fox News:

The following is a list of all the versions.


A blanco tequila is a clear spirit that has been matured anywhere from 0 to 5 months.

Gold-amber in color, reposado tequilas are usually matured for six months.

Gold-brown in color, Aejo tequila is usually matured for at least a year.


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According to DeSoto, “Blanco is always in high demand because it’s the one we’ve always used to take shots with.”

“And there are three other ways of saying it.” “And there you have it.”


On “Fox and Friends Weekend,” Kristopher DeSoto mixes his Hiatus Highball drink using tequila, tonic, and lime.
On “Fox and Friends Weekend,” Kristopher DeSoto mixes his Hiatus Highball drink using tequila, tonic, and lime. In the words of Fox News:

According to DeSoto, less sugar is needed in tequila that is “cleaner” and “smoother.”

According to him, “Fox & Friends Weekend,” a margarita “even in Mexico” is nothing like the one served here.



“In Mexico, a margarita consists primarily of tequila, lime juice, and soda. You don’t feel so horrible the next day since it’s clean.”

What is Kristopher DeSoto’s favorite drink combination?


DeSoto’s Hiatus Highball is a great choice for a quick cocktail.

Tonic water, lime juice, and tequila are all that are needed to make this drink.


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