It's called Gusano de Oro, which means "The Gold Worm," and it's made in Mexico, but I'm sure you already knew that because of the gold worm wearing a sombrero. Those Mexicans sure knew how to advertise back then. Well, I can find almost nothing about this tequila on Lord Google, except that they definitely have not made this particular brand in years upon years.
|Like Brandon on a Saturday night, this was sold for 50 cents|
Once in Mexico, it was hard tracking down answers. It's like no one understood what we were saying. I don't know if that was because we were tripping balls or the fact that no one spoke English, but it made for difficult conversation.
It also didn't help that the locals were acting a little weird. And by acting, I mean morphing before our eyes thanks to the effects of the tequila.
And that's the story of how we got kicked out of Home Depot. Makes sense, I guess, since we never could have walked to Mexico, especially not while tripping balls. Perhaps we'll never know about my mysterious tequila, but boy was it an adventure that law enforcement and angry parents everywhere will never let us forget.
Cheers and stay classy, friends,
Music: Bat for Lashes
P.S. on a serious note, if anyone knows how I could find out more about this tequila (without drinking it and having a delusional, drug-addled vision quest) let me know. All I know for sure is that it was made in Oaxaca, Mexico, bought in Texas for 50 cents, and is old as hell.