Mexican Independence Day falls on September 16th, and in celebration of Grito de Dolores – the “Cry of Dolores” that echoed from the namesake town on the same date in 1810, marking the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence – Tequila Tromba wants to incite another monumental occasion: The World’s Largest Tequila Tasting.
On Thursday, September 19th, at 99 Sudbury, you’ve got the chance to get bidness buzzed while being a part of record-setting history with the Guinness Book of World Records. (We often set records while drinking here at VTV… but they’re of the more who-had-the-most-shots-before-getting-totally-annihilated kind.)
You’ll get to taste three of Tromba’s legendary tequilas – the premium Blanco that’s already a staple in our liquor cabinets, the recently released Reposado, and the brand-spankin’-new Anejo – alongside tacos from fan favourite Fonda Lola and, if you so fancy (and we do), more nosh from the likes of Rock Lobster, Hot Bunzz, Playa Cabana, and the list goes on. Oh… and let’s not forgot that you’ll be a part of freaking history, and not for that awkwardly angled selfie of yours that arose online in third year university.
Get your tickets here.
PS Mariachi attire not required but recommended.