If you think I am freaking out - you are right! Breaking news today that the world is facing a major tequila shortage!

Due to a shortage of agave (used to make tequila), distillers have been forced to use young agave plants. It takes approximately 8 years for a agave plant to mature. Basically what is happening is the young plants are being pulled - producing less tequila. It's a vicous cycle - meaning less tequila.

Those of you who drink good tequila know it is pricey enough - if this continues, be prepared for a big increase. Christ, last Saturday I paid $13 dollars for a shot of Patron. Make it $26 because I bough two. I know it is crazy, but I do it. Time to stock up. See you in the tequila isle.