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    Nothing like a little salt in the eye whilst drinking the cactus.

    Good one.

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    No wonder Tequila gets a bad rap :P

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    oooh, you throw the salt?!? i've been doing it all wrong. so, how are you supposed to throw the salt if you're doing body shots?

    for all you tequila newbies, when you buy a bottle of tequila, make sure it says 100% Cactus on the label.
    100% Cacti

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebanana97
    oooh, you throw the salt?!? i've been doing it all wrong. so, how are you supposed to throw the salt if you're doing body shots?

    for all you tequila newbies, when you buy a bottle of tequila, make sure it says 100% Cactus on the label.
    LoL LoL LoL Now thats funny When she Asked the Dude If they were Drinking Cactus
    Good one Whichie13

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    I <3 misinformation.

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    Insane!!

    Training wheels? No mas!

    I remember being there. It was so sad. Any interest in tequila started with a friend bringing over a bottle of Cabo Wabo. Today, I say it with the same tone I say Patron with. Two very popular brands that I just don't buy ever. I can see the tequila masters off in the distance. Their collections and knowledge amaze me. Then I look down and see someone using salt and lime and think....tsk tsk tsk. I can barely drink a margarita anymore because I feel like I'm wasting the tequila I'd rather sip.

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    Sorry to drag up an old thread, but I keep finding interesting posts in different sections of the forum. Yeah, that video is pathetic. And I thought they were experts in old Mexico!

    Cactus?!? I guess we've all heard that one before. Just the other night I had to explain that myth away. Although considered part of the lily family for some years, the agave plant is currently considered part of the asparagus family.

    And I couldn't agree more with Rastaman about only sipping tequila now, although that is actually a fairly new development for me. If I'm feeling vitamin C deficient I may throw in some lime juice, but I really just prefer it neat now. And it's so much easier to prepare! The sangrita is good for cleansing the palate between tastings, though.

    Shots...how sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdjohn84 View Post
    Shots...how sad.
    Hence my personal signature on the bottom of my page.......
    Sip & Savor... please don't shoot!

    Salud, Jim

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    Shots? Cactus? Did I time warp back to high school?

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