Tequila Delivery Near You
Look, it happens: the party is going great, but then someone says, “Let’s make margaritas, like, now.” But you don’t have tequila, and you can’t just leave the party to go get some. Nothing you can do, right? Think again. With Saucey, you can get tequila delivered without ever leaving your party, no delivery fee and no order minimum.
And don’t worry about taking business away from your favorite spot. Saucey partners with local brick-and-mortar shops in Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Fresno, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Orange County, Orlando, San Francisco East Bay, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Silicon Valley, South Bay Los Angeles, Tampa and the Washington DC area. So enter your address to find what’s available near you, pick what you want, then let Saucey take care of the hardest part: actually going to the storee.
Types of tequila for delivery
Blanco tequila (also called “silver” and “white”) pure, unaged distilled blue agave, and that’s it. Blanco is clear and has a bright flavor. It’s a favorite in cocktails like the paloma or for tequila shots with salt and lime. Blanco is also the base for all other tequila varieties.
Reposado tequilas are slightly aged. Reposado means resting in Spanish. These tequilas take a little siesta in oak barrels for minimum two months, which imbues them with their golden color and spicy, earthy flavor. Choose a reposado tequila if you want to deepen the flavors of your margaritas, but it’s also a good choice to drink on it’s own.
Anejo tequilas are aged more than one year, creating a dark, earthy and mature flavor. Anejo is usually reserved for drinking on it’s own, so one can savor the time and effort put in by the distillery. But, anejo cocktails are growing in popularity. It’s the preferred choice for a tequila coffee, and Don Julio recommends a twist on the classic old-fashioned by replacing whiskey with their Don Julio Anejo.
Many people think the color of gold tequila comes from aging– and they’re wrong. Gold tequila is pretty cheap, and the gold is just caramel coloring. Pairs well with shelf stable margarita mix, and not much else.
All tequila is mezcal, but not all mezcal is tequila. Mezcal is defined as any distillation from agave plants, while tequila is only made from the blue agave variety. Choose mezcal for a smokier, wilder flavor than tequila.
How do I get tequila delivered with Saucey?
Here’s how you can get super quick tequila home delivery with Saucey:
- Login to your Saucey account. If you haven’t created one, it only takes a few seconds; download the Saucey app for iOS or for Android and do your thing. You can also sign up at saucey.com.
- Select the tequila you want for home delivery and add them to your cart.
- Check out and take $5 off your first tequila home delivery with code FIRST5 at checkout.
- Doesn’t all this free time just make you want to dance? We recommend a freestyle mambo number to “Tequila” by The Champs
- Crack open your new bottle of tequila. Pour a shot out for the unfortunate souls still going to the liquor store in person.
What are the most popular tequilas for delivery?
Regardless of the type, Don Julio tequila is a must-buy. From their blanco all the way to their coveted 1942 añejo, you really can’t go wrong with the Don. If you’re more of the silver fox type, then we suggest Casamigos.