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Foods From Mexico And The South West
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“Wild Coyote” Margarita – Gold tequila, orange curacao and fresh lime juice. Sure to make you HOWL!!

Regular “Coyote” Margarita – Gold tequila, orange curacao and sweet & sour.

Try one of the above with one of our fantastic fruit flavors:
Tropical Mango, Raspberry, Strawberry and Melon!


Jose Cuervo 1800
Jose Cuervo Gold
Cazadores Reposado
Tres Generaciones Silver
Tres Genraciones Anejo
Sauza Commemorativo
Sauza Hornitos         
Herradura Anejo
Don Julio Anejo
Don Julio Silver
Patron Anejo
Patron Silver


Mexican Beers: Corona, Corona Light, Pacifico, Dos XX Amber & Lager, Bohemia, Negra Modelo, Tecate

Domestic: Budweiser, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite & O’doul’s (non-alcoholic)

Coffee Drinks

Spanish Coffee – Caramelized sugar rim with 151 rum, Tia Maria, Kahlua, coffee whip cream and cinnamon.

Mexican Coffee – Gold tequila, Kahlua, coffee, whip cream and cinnamon.

Tequila History

Tequila is a finely crafted spirit, regulated by the Mexican government, standards similar to the French laws governing Cognac. By law, tequila is made in specific regions of Mexico and from one species of blue agave that gives it a distinctive flavor and taste. So today, only spirits made within the confines of this region can bear the name “tequila”. If produced elsewhere, it must be called “Mezcal”! Just as champagne is from France, the Napa Valley can only produce sparkling wine! Tequila is Mezcal…Mezcal is not always tequila!

Some Mezcal (produced outside of the tequila region) is made with an agave root worm in the bottle as a mark of authenticity. It is also said to indicate quality: if the worm is intact, this is a sign of purity. The worm is NEVER in tequila, only in Mezcal!

Tequila comes in four styles: silver, gold, reposado and añejo.

The agave plant that tequila is made from is about 10 years old before it is harvested for tequila. A pineapple like core, weighing up to 150 pounds, is cut out of the agave plant and cooked to produce the tequila. The juice is then fermented and can be
bottled clear (white or silver) or aged a minimum of one year in wood, but it is sometimes aged in smaller oak barrels for up to seven years! Oh the Flavor! Move over single malt scotch drinkers…try some of our best, to taste the difference in tequilas!

Eight hundred million acres of blue agave plants are growing today in the state of Jalisco. Remember it takes 10 years to reach the age of tequila.

Tequila is a fiesta! It makes you dance and sing with the mariachis and each sip sends you south of the border, without leaving the Blue Coyote Bar & Grill!

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