Twin Peaks Launches New Tequila

Twin Peaks is adding a smooth kick to its spirits menu with the addition of three tequilas — including two hand-selected by the Twin Peaks team.

For guests looking to sip on premium tequila while watching the game, the ultimate sports lodge has its tequila cabinet stocked with everything from blanco to añejo. And now, Twin Peaks is offering two new Corazón tequilas — the Corazón Reposado Weller Barrel Select and the Corazón Reposado Buffalo Trace Barrel Select. For these spirits, the Twin Peaks team hand-selected Weller and Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels from the Buffalo Trace Distillery to be bottled and sent to restaurants around the country for guests to enjoy. From there, the empty barrels were then boomeranged from Kentucky to Jalisco to be filled with tequila and aged for 11 months. The Corazón Reposado Weller Barrel Select offers a spicy and peppery taste profile finished in an 80-proof Weller Bourbon barrel, and the Corazón Reposado Buffalo Trace Barrel Select is a golden, herbal and slightly spicy taste profile finished in an 80-proof Buffalo Trace Bourbon barrel.

“Our team traveled to Buffalo Trace Distillery in Kentucky to hand-select the barrels that were sent to Jalisco to be authentically and expertly aged,” says CEO Joe Hummel. “After sampling 12 tequilas, the team unanimously selected the best and we couldn’t be more excited to offer them at our restaurants. We have no doubt that these will be two highly sought-after bottles.”

In addition to the two Corazón tequilas, Twin Peaks has added Teremana Blanco, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s very own tequila to its menu. Teremana Blanco is a smooth tequila distilled in handmade copper mills in a small town in the peaks of Jalisco Highlands. The distillery utilizes 100% brick-oven roasting to allow for a bright citrus and fresh finish. Guests can grab a taste for just $5 all day on Mondays in select markets.

Each of these tequilas are made with the highest quality ingredients and echo the Twin Peaks culinary team’s commitment to menu innovation. 

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