Definition of tequila
: a Mexican liquor made chiefly from the fermented sap of the blue agave that has been subjected to two separate distillations
Recent Examples of tequila from the Web
Its happy hour is more old-school: $8 Old-Fashioneds and $7 boilermakers starring tequila and Tecate or Four Roses bourbon and a Rainier.
Add water, tequila and triple sec; blend on high until smooth.
The event will also include live music, a tequila expo, a margarita tent, a Chihuahua beauty pageant with dogs from a local animal shelter, lucha libre wrestling and a hot chili-pepper-eating contest.
His capacity for tequila at an all-day party was impressive!
Decor: Brightly colored walls and dark-stained wood give the restaurant a rustic feel, with tequila bottles up-cycled as lampshades.
The 118-seat restaurant features homestyle Mexican cuisine with modern touches, such as a contemporary bar with craft cocktails and a serious tequila portfolio, and a heated patio from which to view the outdoor comal used to make tortillas.
Drinks are equally fun and eclectic, with brightly colored juices mixed with tequila or rum, some of which are served in vintage tiki mugs.
There's nothing like sipping on a Little Market (tequila reposado, fresh pine`apple, chile guajillo, pico piquin) with mezcal and people watching on this street.
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Origin and Etymology of tequila
Spanish, from Tequila, town in Jalisco state, Mexico
First Known Use: 1849See Words from the same year
TEQUILA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tequila for English Language Learners
: a strong, clear alcoholic drink from Mexico
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