Julian Medina Gets Into the Tequila Game


Earlier this year, we learned that John Fraser was serving a proprietary gin at What Happens When. Now, it looks like Julian Medina has his own tequila.

After traveling to Mexico to weigh in on the style the spirit would have, he enlisted the Herradura distillery to create a tequila to be served exclusively at Toloache. It’s a double-barrel reposado, meaning that it’s aged first for a year in one barrel, then transferred to another barrel to finish it off. He says the tequila will go into the house margarita, but also can be sipped neat. Just don’t expect to find any worms in it.