From dancing on bar tops to making your clothes fall off, you know what they say about tequila. It's the ultimate party drink! Tipsy Bartender's got recipes for all your tequila shot needs. Start your tequila drink fest off with our Tequila Sunrise Shots because you can't beat this three ingredient go-to. Combine tequila, orange juice, and a splash of grenadine to make this classic bad boy, and you've got a great, sexified tequila cocktail shot to kick back and vibe with. If you're looking for something with a little more spice
, check out our recipe for our Spicy Tequila Shots. This delicious and dangerous cocktail shot packs heat with a jalapeno pepper as a shot glass, which makes it a damn good and easy tequila shot to spice up your life. But if you can't get enough tequila, check out our master list of tequila drinks
Hold on. Aren't there like, a bunch of different types of tequila?
Why, yes! There are! To take into consideration for your tequila shots, you've got your silver or blanco tequilas, the purest form with little to no aging and no added grain alcohols or caramel color. What we know as gold, joven, or oro tequila has those added colors and grain alcohols. However, some high-end gold tequilas can be silver and reposado blends. Reposado or "rested" tequila has a minimum aging requirement of two months and a maximum of a year. Añejo or "aged" tequila has a minimum aging requirement of one year and a maximum of three years in smaller oak barrel batches. Extra añejo or "extra aged" is a relatively new category of tequila with a minimum aging of three years.
Now that I've been educated on tequila types, does it matter which one I use in my drinks?
Like with most alcohol, the aging process deepens flavors and brings out aromas, but this is Tipsy Bartender. You can use whatever you want in your tequila shots!