What are the most expensive tequilas in the world? A shot of tequila a day definitely blows the doctor away. Yes, folks, tequila has health benefits too. Tequila is made out of the honey water from the plant named Blue Agave. This is where it gets its medicinal values. Taking a shot of tequila kindles our appetite just before we eat so we can digest that heavy lunch easily. Another major health benefit of drinking tequila is that it aids in lowering cholesterol in the body. It flushes down the bad cholesterol and alleviate the minor headache you are complaining about whenever you have a high-blood pressure. Oh, just a reminder here, we don’t recommend drinking tequila if you are experiencing a mind-breaking migraine. No one has ever suggested that before.
What’s the best contribution of tequila aside from the health benefits it offers? Well, it makes every party alive in a Mexican way! A party is not complete without the legendary help of tequila. For many years, USA have been the number 1 consumer of tequila in the world. And having at least a bottle or two of tequila in a household is somehow, had become mandatory in the states. Of course, we’re kidding. But if you want to know if that’s true, please check your pantry room. Or head to the least opened kitchen cabinet.
Tequila makes us smarter. Or at least, if you have the extreme guts to take down a bottle of this classy drink, then no one would ever want to face you in a debate. You’re the winner. Tequila, for the win!
Do you want to know the most expensive alcohol brands in the world too? We once wrote an article about it and we believe that this is the perfect time to let you know these elegant liquor names!
Get your wallets ready because here are the most expensive tequilas in the world!
11. Don Julio Real
Mexico’s prime tequila called Don Julio Real ranks as one of the most expensive tequilas in the world! The distillation process is repeated twice to produce a finer spirit of Don Julio Real. It is also classified as an ‘ultra-aged’ tequila for having it stored in an oak barrel for 3 to 5 years. It’s a common kind of tequila you can buy from any retail store. One shot of this tequila costs $20. And that’s almost a third of my weekly grocery budget.