@f00l@therealjrn No, I got it. Just trying to let it go. I know my story was explicit so it seemed like it fit right in, but in my mind there’s a big difference between sharing (with permission) a true story that’s fondly remembered which includes sex and making jokes about a third party’s sexual behavior. The second option has always irritated me.
@Seeds Sauza Hornitos used to be a favorite, my palate has since expanded (so to speak, I guess).
Another (I suppose mid-range is more accurate than cheap) old favorite was Cazadores.
Funny story, speaking of cheap tequilas…
One day while shopping in the tequila aisle, on the bottom shelf directly below the Cazadores was a very similar bottle and label called Cabrito…
Now, Cazadores (hunters) has a majestic stag head on the bottle, whereas Cabrito (baby goat, kid) has a slightly less majestic goat head on the bottle.
The two look way too much alike for it to be a coincidence - someone obviously decided to make a cheap knock-off of Cazadores.
I’ve never tried Cabrito - IIRC, it’s somewhere between $20 - $25.
And yes - as I was typing the above anecdote (but not before I typed the phrase “goat head”), I realized that the goat-horned god of cheap tequila and blame for all things was speaking through me…
You are the Scapegoat; you enjoy cheap tequila; you now must have a bottle of Cabrito in hand for your next video.
If necessary, I would gladly contribute a few bucks towards a fund to put said bottle in your hands.
(as I was doing the image search for that, I noticed that Cazadores has redesigned their label - has to have been in response to Cabrito, I think )
@DennisG2014@Seeds Sad. Sauza started out decent. I remember Tres Generaciones being pretty smooth. But if tasting like gasoline is how “good” tequila is supposed to taste, and not-remembering-the-bus-that-ran-over-you-several-times hangovers, then I’m all for the “cheap” stuff.