Tequila is a liqueur fermented from the sweet blue agave cactus's nectar


Combine some cactus in a cauldron of boiling water over a lit fire and let simmer for a long period of time. At this point the cauldron should change to a green orange and should smell of orange rind and the mixture will be ready to bottle. Decant the piping hot mixture into three glass bottles.


Hook bottles up to a distillery set up and run through the system for a few cycles this is the second to last step. Finally, age for a long period of time in a barrel made from birch wood

Drink Information

There are no known positive effects other than the customers' enjoyment of this spirit. often drunk at religious ceremonies of high importance or as a certain right of passage

When brewed correctly This drink will have a green colouration and should taste like oak and orange rind. This drink has an alcohol rating of III.

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