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Celebrity Tequila

Discover the Best and Worst Celebrity Tequila Brands in this comprehensive list. Find out which ones are worth sipping and which to avoid.

Ranked from WORST to BEST!

Lobos 1707 Joven – Lebron James

  • Nose: Vanilla, cake batter, agave
  • Palate: Splenda, vanilla, agave
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Patron Silver, Teremana Blanco

On the nose you get a blast of vanilla and cake batter at first, followed by a subtle agave note.

On the palate, Lobos 1707 tastes like Splenda, if you are able to get past that thick layer of artificial sweetener, you might find fake vanilla flavor, followed by agave.

The finish is short, with more chemical sweetener taste and vanilla.

There is no warmth in Lobos making an overly sweet and easy drinker.

Lobos 1707 Joven tastes pretty much like artificial candy, making something I can’t recommend.

But if you are fond of sweet bombs or adding 3 Splendas to your coffee you are gonna love this.

Personally, I prefer the actual taste of agave spirits so this is not for me.

Drink it neat or rocks but do not use it as a mixer as the artificial sweetener and its price make it bad option for cocktails or shots.

This Tequila is not only bad, but is one of the worst Tequilas ever created.

Casa del Sol – Eva Longoria

  • Nose: Bubble gum, cherry, vanilla
  • Palate: Vanilla, citrus, alcohol
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Casamigos, 818 Blanco

The nose is Bazooka Bubble Gum, with a hint of cherry and vanilla.

On the palate, Casa del Sol is extremely sweet, with a fake candy flavor, with hints of vanilla and citrus.

All these weird flavors are trying to mask a bitter alcohol taste lurking in the back.

The finish is almost non-existent, with more chemical sweetness and a tad of black pepper.

Not good, to be honest. This Tequila is also filled with artificial flavors tasting completely unnatural.

My chances of ever dating Eva Longoria have been completely decimated for ranking her Tequila so low but this thing is absolutely horrible.

Villa One Blanco Tequila – Nick Jonas & John Varvatos

  • Nose: Agave, asparagus, alcohol
  • Palate: Agave, cream soda, vanilla, alcohol
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Cocktails
  • Similar to: Padrino Blanco

Villa One is a celebrity brand launched in 2019 by American pop singer Nick Jonas and his pal, fashion designer John Varvatos.

The nose is quite muted, it brings agave at first, followed by a vegetal note that reminds me of asparagus with a whiff of alcohol that fades away after a few minutes.

On the palate, Villa One has a sweet taste of vanilla and cream soda, giving way to agave and the taste of alcohol.

The finish is short, with very little warmth to it with just a touch of black pepper.

Villa One is completely unremarkable, plagued with artificial tasting notes making me think that it has been infused with additives.

Even though is not warm it smells and tastes like alcohol trying to hide behind vanilla and cream soda notes that are not natural to Blanco Tequila.

Villa One Tequila you are fan of Nick Jonas or fond of sweet drinks you might find some value here, but if you are looking for a fine sipping Tequila there is nothing for you here.

Tesla Tequila – Elon Musk

  • Nose: Vanilla, agave, oak
  • Palate: Vanilla, agave oak
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Clase Azul Reposado

The nose reminds me of Don Julio 1942, as it displays agave flavor, along vanilla and oak.

On the palate, Tesla is smooth, overly smooth, delivering a blast of artificial vanilla flavoring, with very little agave and a faint oak note.

The finish has decent length, with caramel notes and very little warmth.

Elon Musk’s Tequila wouldn’t be as bad if not were for the price which is a rip-off for an artificially sweetened Tequila that tastes pretty much like Kendall Jenner’s 818 or Michael Jordan’s Tequila; these two are crafted at the same distillery.

Gran Coramino Cristalino Reposado – Kevin Hart

  • Nose: Cream soda, vanilla, mint
  • Palate: Vanilla, caramel, cream soda
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Teremana Blanco

The nose offers a blast of cream soda, along a high vanilla note.

On the palate, Gran Coramino has a watery feel as it feels thin.

Flavor hits you with more vanilla, with some caramel and more cream soda coming behind.

The finish is almost non-existent, with just a touch of black pepper and very little warmth.

Gran Coramino is a Tequila sponsored by the much beloved comedian Kevin Hart and crafted by Jose Cuervo at its distillery in Jalisco, Mexico.

This is a Reposado Tequila aged in European oak barrels and finished in California Cabernet wine casks.

The result is later filtered using Cuervo’s proprietary system removing the amber hue along some harsh notes.

Gran Coramino is a Cristalino Tequila, a category that has become increasingly popular among young consumers due to its signature smoothness.

Kevin Hart’s Tequila is far from the best Cristalinos like Don Julio 70.

Even Jose Cuervo crafts better cristalinos such as Maestro Dobel which I recommend over Gran Coramino.

Cincoro Blanco – Michael Jordan

  • Nose: Agave, vanilla, alcohol
  • Palate: Agave, vanilla, citrus
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Casamigos Blanco, Patron Silver

The nose has a strong medicinal alcohol aroma with roasted agave and a dash of vanilla.

On the palate, Cincoro displays a good texture, flavor has hints of roasted agave, citrus, cake batter and a chemical sweetness that doesn’t taste legit.

The finish has a medium length, overly sweet with a bit of black pepper on the tail.

Cincoro Blanco is an easy drinker, with a level of sweetness that is not typical of agave spirits so I can bet that artificial sweeteners are being used to make Cincoro more appealing.

You can sip it neat or rocks but I suggest not using it as a mixer as its sweet tasting notes do not sit well in margaritas and cocktails.

Honor Reflexion – Kate del Castillo

  • Nose: Mint, melon, agave, alcohol
  • Palate: Black pepper, mint, lemon
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks, Cocktails
  • Similar to: Espolon Blanco

Aroma brings notes of mint and melon at first, followed by the smell of cooked agave and a whiff of rubbing alcohol that fades away as you let it breathe.

Flavor hits hard with black pepper and feels a bit hot, as you keep drinking it notes of mint and lemon pop-up.

The finish is long, warm and peppery and not particularly pleasant.

Honor del Castillo is too peppery to make a good sipping Tequila.

There is too much black pepper on the flavor and the finish, with a bit of a burn so this is far from being a good Blanco Tequila.

It’s peppery flavor profile would work better in cocktails like Tequila Ranch Water but Honor del Castillo is just too pricey with several Tequilas with similar flavors offered at half the price.

In summary, too spicy to make a good sipper and too expensive for a Tequila for mixed drinks making me consider other options.

818 Blanco – Kendall Jenner

  • Nose: Cream soda, vanilla, agave
  • Palate: Cream soda, vanilla, black pepper, ethanol
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Casamigos Blanco, Casa del Sol

On the nose you get a blast of cream soda, followed by vanilla and a very faint agave note.

On the palate, Kendall Jenner’s 818 has a creamy texture with a strong cream soda and sweet vanilla at first followed by black pepper and a touch of ethanol.

The finish is short and sweet with a bit of black pepper on the tail.

Celebrity tequilas tend to be artificially sweetened as a means to become more appealing but this tequila goes way beyond as it tastes completely unnatural.

I have sampled hundreds of tequilas and mezcals (also made from agave) and I’m yet to try something as heavy on vanilla as 818 Blanco.

I’m not saying is bad, as it might be appealing for young consumers curious about agave spirits or for those who have a crush on Kendall Jenner.

But if you are a real tequila aficionado is unlikely that you will enjoy 818 Blanco.

It drinks OK neat or rocks but I would not use it as a mixer as the vanilla note does not sit well in margaritas. I´d rather use something more punchy to make a cocktail.

DeLeon Blanco – Sean Combs “Puff Daddy”

  • Nose: Melon, vanilla, agave
  • Palate: Vanilla, caramel, orange, pepper
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Casamigos Blanco, Familia Flores

DeLeon Blanco Tequila is a Tequila endorsed by Sean “Diddy” Combs who hit it big a few years ago with Ciroc Vodka.

The nose is light and sweet with a hint of melon, vanilla and just a whiff of agave coming behind.

On the palate, DeLeon has a nice buttery feel providing a nice mouthfeel.

Flavor is mostly sweet with vanilla and caramel hitting first, followed by a note of orange and a soft peppery note.

The finish is short with just a tiny peppery note and no to very little warmth to it.

DeLeon is not bad pour as it drinks easy, it’s smooth and sweet but barely tastes like Tequila.

It tastes more like flavored Vodka!

If you are new to Tequila this might be a good getaway as it has no harsh or off-putting notes making it perfectly suitable to newbies, but for the price you can find better options.

Even though the bottle doesn’t make the Tequila taste better we should give an additional point to DeLeon for the elegant bottle in which it is presented.

Dos Hombres Mezcal – Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul

  • Nose: Citrus, smoke
  • Palate: Light smoke, mango, salt
  • Alcohol content: 84 proof (42% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks, Cocktails
  • Similar to: Casamigos Mezcal

The nose offers a faint hint of citrus, vanilla and a tad of smoke.

On the palate, Dos Hombres Mezcal has a soft mouthfeel, with very little warmth, along hints of vanilla, citrus and mint. There is some agave flavor on the back.

The finish is quite short and unremarkable, with no warmth, moderately sweet and soft.

It could be a decent recommendation for mezcal newbies since it is a low proof spirit with very little smoke.

It tastes pretty much like a tequila with just a tiny hint of smoke.

Dos Hombres Espadin is low in alcohol, sweet and smooth mezcal with a hint of vanilla and light smoke.

A bit dull to be honest, there’s not much in it especially at this price where you can find tastier and more interesting mezcals.

It’s not bad but it costs ~$60 for a 42% ABV Espadin which is a bit too pricey.

Celebrity spirits seem to be overpriced and underwhelming and Dos Hombres in no exception.

Dos Primos – Thomas Rhett

  • Nose: Alcohol, orange, asparagus, agave
  • Palate: Agave, earth, mineral, orange
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Cocktails

Dos Primos is a Tequila brand founded by country singer Thomas Rhett and his cousin Jeff Worn.

The nose hits with a whiff of alcohol that fades away giving way to orange zest, asparagus and agave.

On the palate, flavor brings sweet agave at first, followed, by an earthy note, orange zest; there’s a light bitter note coming behind that becomes more noticeable as you keep drinking it.

The finish is short, with a mineral note and very little warmth on the way down.

Neither mind blowing or earth shattering but with no major flaws except for a light bitter note that is not terrible, though.

Not the best for sipping but works well as a Tequila for mixed drinks or Tequila shots, although for the price you could find better alternatives.

In general, Dos Primos is not bad, provides legit Tequila flavors free of additives, yet for the price you can find better alternatives.

JAJA Tequila – Tebele brothers

  • Nose: Mint, pepper, agave, grapefruit
  • Palate: Black pepper, grapefruit, agave
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Cocktails
  • Similar to: Jose Cuervo Silver, Lunazul Blanco

The nose hits with a hint of mint, followed by black pepper, cooked agave and grapefruit.

On the palate, JAJA tastes as black pepper at first, followed by grapefruit and agave flavor.

The finish is short, just a bit warm on the way down, with a touch of mint, citrus and agave.

Don’t expect mind blowing flavors or memorable tasting notes, yet JAJA is entirely drinkable although somewhat warm and peppery.

Not the best sipping Tequila, but at its current price is something I would use to make cocktails or down in shots.

JAJA Tequila was launched in 2018 by brothers Maurice Tebele and social media influencer Elliot Tebele, and their pal Martin Hoffstein, with the mission of creating a “fun, modern and authentic luxury Tequila”.

This Tequila is crafted by Jose Cuervo.

Cabo Wabo Blanco – Sammy Hagar

  • Nose: Agave, citrus, black pepper, smoke
  • Palate: Agave, black pepper, citrus, alcohol
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Cocktails
  • Similar to: Santo Fino, Patron Silver

The nose is somewhat harsh as it displays alcohol, smoke and black pepper, but it fades into a rich agave scent.

The first sip feels a bit warm, but nothing too severe. Agave flavor pops-up, along citrus and a tad of black pepper.

The finish is long and pleasantly warm, with more black pepper to it and a bit of citrus.

Not the smoothest tequila, but Cabo Wabo makes a heck of a mixer that will provide you a supremely tasty Margarita.

Sammy Hagar’s fame is fading among the newer generations but he’s the man that started the tequila bandwagon back in the 90s.

He was the lead singer in Van Halen, just in case you don’t know who the hell he is.

Teremana Blanco – Dwayne Johnson

  • Nose: Agave, citrus, ethanol
  • Palate: Agave, green peppers, citrus
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks, Cocktails
  • Similar to: Hornitos Plata, Altos Plata

There is a rich agave note of agave on the nose, followed by citrus and ethanol.

On the palate, Teremana tastes warm at first, followed by agave sweetness, green peppers with an earthy and mineral note. The body has a good creamy texture.

The finish is long, warm and a bit bitter, with some black pepper and agave aftertaste.

I’m pleasantly surprised with Teremana as it smells and tastes completely legit. 

I don’t detect any additives or foreign flavors! It tastes like Tequila used to taste before being Americanized and artificially sweetened.

Teremana is good, one of the best Tequilas under $30, although not the smoothest but it drinks quite nicely with a large ice cube.

It’s also a good tequila to make margaritas on the cheap or ranch water as the ethanol note and the peppery flavors sit well in cocktails.

It offers good value for the money making it a good pour.

Jenni Rivera Blanco Tequila

  • Nose: Caramel, agave, nail polish
  • Palate: Agave, earth, pepper, mint
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks, Cocktails
  • Similar to: Honor del Castillo

Aroma brings a note of caramel which is uncommon to Blanco Tequila, along a bit of cooked agave and just a whiff of nail polish.

On the palate, Jenni Rivera Tequila has a good texture as it feels full bodied providing a nice mouthfeel.

Flavor has an earthy note of wet soil and grass at first, followed by agave, black pepper and a bit of mint.

The finish is long, with a bit of a burn on the way down but nothing terrible and a touch of black pepper.

Honestly, I was expecting it to be quite bad but Jenni Rivera Tequila is much better than expected making something I wouldn’t refuse to drink.

Is not going to win any real awards and is shy of breaking into the list of the Best Blanco Tequilas but if you are a fan of the late Jenni Rivera and want something to drink while listening to “Por Que No Le Calas” this is something you should buy.

Flecha Azul Blanco – Mark Wahlberg

  • Nose: Roasted agave, smoke, citrus
  • Palate: Agave, black pepper, lemongrass, vanilla
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Casamigos, Patron Silver

The nose brings roasted agave, along a hint of citrus peel along a tiny touch of smoke.

On the palate, Flecha Azul displays a good texture.

Flavor brings agave at first, followed by a black pepper, lemongrass and a bit of vanilla sweetness.

The finish is somewhat short, with very little to no warmth and a bit peppery.

Mark Wahlberg’s Tequila reminds me in many ways to Banhez which is an entry-level Mezcal due to its low smoke content and clean flavor profile.

This is a good tequila, pleasant sipper, quite smooth, kinda basic although the bitter finish might be off-putting for some and a bit too pricey.

Flecha Azul is a brand created by PGA Abraham Ancer, his buddy Aron Marquez and endorsed by Mark Wahlberg.

Vida Tequila – Lisa Barlow

  • Nose: Agave, earth, citrus
  • Palate: Agave, orange, lime, earth
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Lalo Tequila

Vida kicks-off with a rich agave note on the nose, followed by a wet soil note along a tad of orange.

On the palate, Vida Blanco feels viscous providing a good mouthfeel.

The first sip has a pleasing warming note, along solid agave flavor, with subtle notes of orange, lime and more of that earthy note that makes it interesting.

The finish is fairly long, with a nice warming sensation on the way down leaving a salty note behind.

I’m pleasantly surprised with Lisa Barlow’s Tequila as I was expecting it to be packed with fake tasting notes but it provides a good experience.

Number Juan – Alex Reymundo & Ron White

  • Nose: Agave, mint, brine, banana
  • Palate: Agave, bell peppers, brine, pepper
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Rocks
  • Similar to: Number Juan in a Million

The nose brings roasted agave at first, followed by mint, brine and a fruity banana note.

On the palate, Number Juan feels viscous providing a good mouthfeel.

Flavor brings agave, along bell peppers, brine, black pepper and a bit of olive.

The finish has a decent length, with an earthy note to it, agave and very little to no heat.

I’m pleasantly surprised by Number Juan as it tastes legit while providing a good experience.

Number Juan Blanco is moderately sweet, with no weird sweet chemical notes, smooth as it doesn’t burn on the way down making a good sip at a reasonable price for a celebrity pour.

Nocheluna Sotol – Lenny Kravitz

  • Nose: Bright flowers, dried fruit, honey, wood
  • Palate: Eucalyptus, earth, anise, honey
  • Alcohol content: 86 proof (43% ABV)
  • How to drink: Neat
  • Similar to: Casamigos Mezcal

Let’s start from the beginning, there is no such thing as Lenny Kravitz Tequila as Nocheluna (Moonlight) is not a Tequila but a Sotol.

As opposed to Tequila that is made from blue agave, Sotol is made from a plat named Dasylirion wheeleri.

On the nose I get the aroma of bright flowers at first, followed by dried fruit, honey and a bit of mesquite wood.

On the palate, Nocheluna provides a good mouthfeel as it feels oily.

First sip is smooth, rich in eucalyptus up-front, followed by anise, honey with an earthy touch to it making interesting.

The finish lingers with very little warmth and a touch of honey.

Nocheluna Sotol is something I see myself drinking as it tastes well, tastes natural, while providing a good experience from nose to finish.

Insolito Blanco Tequila – Midland

  • Nose: Agave, salt, bell pepper, olive
  • Palate: Agave, orange, black pepper
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Yeyo, Laud

Insolito Tequila is backed by Midland, an American Country Music band and crafted by Octavio and Alberto Herrera, two renowned distillers from Jalisco.

The nose is quite light, with a hint of roasted agave hitting first, followed by bell peppers, olive, along a salty note.

On the palate, Insolito feels viscous providing a good oily texture. First sip is smooth, very smooth, not particularly flavorful with hints of agave, orange peel and just a drizzle of black pepper.

Th finish has a decent length, rich in natural agave sweetness and a light hit of pepper.

Insolito is not as “Extraordinary” as its name implies but it’s quite good making an easy drinking smooth Tequila; no heat or harsh notes making a fine sipper.

It lacks a bit in punchy notes as it feels somewhat muted, but if you are looking for an overly smooth Blanco Tequila this will get the job done.

Codigo 1530 Blanco – George Strait

  • Nose: Agave, black pepper, alcohol
  • Palate: Agave, cinnamon, mint, lime, black pepper
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Codigo 1530 Rosa, Patron Silver

On the nose, Codigo 1530 Blanco hits you with an ethanol blast, but as you let it breathe it mellows out into a rich cooked agave scent, with a drizzle of black pepper and mint.

On the palate, it has a nice texture providing a pleasant mouthfeel.

Flavor is a bit warm at first, with more ethanol, but also mellows out into agave, with hints of lime, mint and a pleasant earthy hint.

The finish is short and sweet, with more mint to it and satisfying warmth that lingers on your throat and chest.

Codigo 1530 Blanco tastes like true tequila. I don’t get any aromas or flavors foreign to tequila so I applaud Codigo for remaining honest.

This Tequila is good, nose is scary as it leads you to believe this is a harsh Tequila but flavor is pleasant and the nice sweet finish makes it a good sipper.

Casamigos Blanco – George Clooney & Rande Gerber

  • Nose: Vanilla, agave, mint
  • Palate: Smooth, creamy, agave, vanilla, mint
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Patron Silver, Don Julio Blanco

The nose is mostly vanilla, with a tad of agave and mint.

On the palate, Casamigos Blanco displays a smooth flavor, rich in vanilla and mint, with a creamy feel to it.

The finish is long and pleasantly warm, leaving trace of vanilla and mint behind.

Casamigos Blanco is sweet, smooth and easy to sip as it has no harshness and does not burn on the way down.

I like it neat but works wonders when served on the rocks although not the best mixer as its high vanilla note does not sit well in most cocktails.

Personally, I am fond of Casamigos Silver as I drink it every now and then when looking for a sweet, mellow and uncomplicated dram.

Casamigos is a top-shelf brand was created by George Clooney and his compadre Rande Gerber.

They wanted an easy sipper, with no burn and that would not give hangovers the following day.

So they tasted tons of Tequilas until the found a capable distiller who delivered the dram they wanted.

Celebrity Tequila: Pricing Guide

Prices are approximate and stated in USD:

Casamigos Blanco – George Clooney & Rande Gerber$52
Codigo 1530 Blanco – George Strait$50
Insolito Blanco – Midland$40
Nocheluna Sotol – Lenny Kravitz$70
Number Juan Blanco – Alex Reymundo & Ron White$50
Vida Blanco – Lisa Barlow$50
Flecha Azul Blanco – Mark Wahlberg$50
Jenni Rivera Blanco Tequila$38
Teremana Blanco – Dwayne Johnson$33
Cabo Wabo Blanco – Sammy Hagar$37
JAJA Tequila$33
Dos Primos – Thomas Rhett$45
Dos Hombres Mezcal – Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul$63
DeLeon Platinum – Sean Combs$35
818 Blanco – Kendall Jenner$46
Honor Reflexion – Kate del Castillo$38
Cincoro Blanco – Michael Jordan$80
Gran Coramino Cristalino Reposado – Kevin Hart$55
Tesla Tequila – Elon Musk$250
Villa One Silver – Nick Jonas & John Varvatos$40
Casa del Sol – Eva Longoria$60
Lobos 1707 Joven – Lebron James$47

Which is the best Celebrity Tequila?

Casamigos Blanco is the best celebrity Tequila

I like Casamigos, this is something I drink when looking for an easy uncomplicated dram. It’s smooth, yet tasty, rich in what I think is artificial vanilla and mint flavors but used with restraint making a satisfying dram.

If you are new to tequila you are going to like it. Drinks nicely neat, better on the rocks, and even better out of the fridge.

Celebrity Tequilas

Not many people will remember that the celebrity tequila movement was started back in the 90s was started by Sammy Hagar, who started bottling the tequila he sold in his cantina in Cabos, Mexico.

But no one has profited more from tequila than George Clooney and his compadre Rande Gerber when they sold the company to Diageo, a British spirits giant, that also owns Johnnie Walker, Don Julio and a zillion other brands.

Clooney and Gerber sold Casamigos for $1 billion USD, although they are still involved in the company as brand ambassadors.

Clooney’s success has inspired other celebrities to join the tequila bandwagon.

IMO, Dwayne The Rock Johnson with Teremana is the best positioned to become a huge success. Not only because the Rock is a very likable guy, he’s surrounded by a team of professionals that did well with Avion Tequila and Proper 12, Teremana is good on its own and is something I could drink.

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