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In honor of Dia de los Muertos, Tequila Cazadores teamed up with Mexican street and textile artist Victoria Villasana to create a limited-edition bottle and the traveling "Altar from Arandas," an authentic ofrenda (altar) celebrating the lives of the living and dead.
Dia de los Muertos, coming up at the end of the month, is an important Mexican holiday that provides a true lens into the colorful and passionate world of how Mexicans celebrate and honor those who have passed alongside their closest family and friends.
With roots in the highlands of Jalisco for nearly 100 years, Tequila Cazadores is proud to call Mexico home, and through initiatives such as this one, seeks to share Mexican culture and traditions with consumers in the United States.
The "Altar from Arandas" will be parked in front of Sandbar Gilbert and open for guests who are 21+ tonight (Friday) and Saturday, from 7:00-11:00 PM.
After departing Phoenix, the "Altar from Arandas" will be making its final stop in San Diego.
For more information, go to www.cazadores.com, and follow them on Instagram @tequilacazadores