Scottsdale’s Tequila Corrido has continued its expansion of its agave spirit footprint nationwide, this time with three expressions in Georgia. The additive-free tequila recently launched its Blanco, Reposado, and Añejo expressions throughout the state.
“We are thrilled to be a part of tequila’s ever-growing momentum all across the country as we enter into our eighth state,” says Tequila Corrido Life Coach Brian Raab. “Across the country tequila sales are skyrocketing, and we couldn’t be more excited to launch in Georgia.”
Tequila Corrido’s debut in the Peach State is possible with its Eagle Rock Distributing partnership, and the announcement means the top-shelf tequila is now available for retail purchase in Colorado, Nevada, Tennessee, Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida.
“As we enter Georgia, we further our vision to bring the authentic tradition and craft of tequila to countless more celebrations and good times spent with loved ones,” Tequila Corrido COO Anthony Boyle says. “We’re honored to introduce Tequila Corrido to a state that uplifts independent brands.”
Raab and Boyle, along with their business partner and celebrated entrepreneur and philanthropist Mike Watts, have plans to expand Tequila Corrido to Oklahoma later this year.
The brand sources everything from Mexico, including the ingredients, bottles, corks, labels, and its signature guitar pick. The tequila is made by master distiller Ana María Romero, is barrel aged in its Arandas Jalisco distillery, and is available in three expressions: Tequila Corrido Blanco, Tequila Corrido Reposado, and Tequila Corrido Añejo.