Experts predicting tequila shortage say big cities may be partially to blame

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Experts predicting tequila shortage say big cities may be partially to blame

Posted 2:04 PM, February 11, 2018, by CNN Wire, Updated at 02:06PM, February 11, 2018

NEW YORK — Here’s a shot of bad news.

We could be on the verge of a global tequila shortage, and it seems New Yorkers are partially to blame.

“Especially in the last two years, tequila and mezcal became major,” Sanatorium bar owner Albert Trummer told WCBS.

“Tequila sunrise, tequila drink straight or near,” said tequila enthusiast Daniel Hostetler.

Big cities like New York, London and Tokyo are being blamed, because apparently people are drinking so much of the gold, silver and resposado liquor it’s causing a shortage of agave – the plant from which tequila is made. Click Here To Read More!


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