Regular tequila no mas.
La Bufadora, Baja is famous for being the home of an enormous blowhole that spits water hundreds of feet up in the air.
On this latest trip down the peninsula I wanted to see places I've never been so, I went trekked down the curvy, mountainous road to check it out. How I ended up swilling the most delicious house-made tequila I've ever had instead of seeing a world famous blow hole is beyond me, but who cares. So some water shoots up in the air; MY GOD, did you even know tequila like this existed?
I wasn't even on a tequila quest at that point in the trip. Hell, La Bufadora is just barely south of the border, but once the old dude sitting alone with a beer told me I had to try the tequila cause it was the best he ever had...well, that's all she wrote.
I bought a big bottle of it ($50 for half bottle) thinking I'd haul it home to add to my liquor cabinet, but dontcha know I drank the whole beast before I even hit the southern tip of Baja. Never has a sipping tequila gone down so good. I could make mucho dinero off this tequila here - they infuse it for weeks with raisins, lemon and orange peels. The color is so bright and fresh. The legs just rich. The taste is unreal.
I wish my computer could squirt out scents. This tequila would bowl you over. Find it at the restaurant at the top of the hill just before you park and head down to the blowhole. Trust me, buy the whole bottle. Half will be gone before you even hit Guerro Negro.