Salud to a new tequila to hit liquor shelves around San Diego: CaliFino Tequila. Sourced from Jalisco, Mexico, the Reposado, Añejo and Extra Añejo spirits offer smooth and satisfying flavors, as they are all aged in lightly toasted, American white oak barrels.
Here's a tasty libation perfect for the weather and football season.
Serving Size: 8
1 cup CaliFino Reposado Tequila
1 cup fresh squeezes orange juice
1 cup fresh squeezed grapefruit juice
3 cups lemon-lime soda
2 ounces pomegranate juice
Begin by juicing both lemons into a small bowl.
In a large pitcher, combine orange and grapefruit juices, tequila and lemon juice.
Stir until combined.
Divide the mixture amount 8 ice-filled glasses.
Top off each glass with club soda and a dash of pomegranate juice, and garnish with a lemon or grapefruit slice.
Stir and enjoy!
The idea for CaliFino Tequila came about in 1975, when Don Jose Luna would travel to the Arandas Highlands in Jalisco to acquire the moonshine-style tequila that was not going to be sold under a label. Passing down the tradition through his family, the pure tequila samples were shared among friends who would always ask for “the family tequila.” In 2014, the Luna family was inspired to ask the tequileria to create a specific formula for the finest tequila from Arandas. After several tasting trips to the region, the family found a unique taste that honors their legacy and from there, CaliFino Tequila was born.