For those who know this summer is presenting the perfect opportunity for living soft and what better way to do so than with the perfect drink – Don Julio Reposado tequila...

Don Julio Reposado tequila, a luxury drink created in freshness by a 17-year-old in 1942, who was destined to lead the zeitgeist of liquor for years to come. Harvested over 7 years and culminated from the fruits of agave resulting in a mellow yet zesty taste. A quality tequila is born.

Don Julio’s 100% blue agave silky tequila hosted the coolest crowds at Altitude Beach in Johannesburg to celebrate the Day of the Dead. A Mexican cultural holiday dedicated to paying homage to those who lived before us much like how South Africans pay respect to their ancestors, past and commemorate their culture.


Speciality drinks flowed and guests were mesmerised by Don Julio’s delivery of the incredibly demanded tequila. The drinks showcased the signature craftsmanship that gives tequila lovers a one of a kind experience as the Don intended. Don Julio’s top-shelf liquid is being accustomed as a long drink by popular circles in Mexico and South Africa. Shots are transformed into nifty drinks like the Paloma – a flirty and flavourful mixture of grapefruit juice and tequila.

However the drink is taken, expect to savour the taste of a refreshing take on tequila making. The blue agave tequila plant is handpicked and nurtured into a smooth liquid with notes of citrus and cinnamon.

There is much to look forward to as Don Julio is the number 1 luxury tequila in Mexico and the fastest-growing luxury tequila South Africa. It is recognised globally by the social elites as one of the best drinks to have and the interest in Don Julio is accelerating each day in South Africa. It is said that Don made this drink to indulge around a table with his greatest companions. So it is a true honour to get a seat at the finest table that is changing the tequila culture one luxurious sip at a time.


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