I don’t know if you remember this particular tequila bottle. It’s “a bullet-shaped bottle of tequila (in “tribute” to the Narcotraficantes who rule Mexico’s Sierra Madre),” that was purchased in Nogales, Mexico back in April, along with, “a metal alacrán (scorpion) sculpture, and a talavera ceramic bowl.”
This particular tequila bottle next appears in Ellie and Mistah’s very cool, very well lit bar, located in the coolest room in their house, the sun porch.
See it up there? On the upper left op shelf? (It’s not easy to miss.)
And is then featured as the addendum bullet (very clever) in Ellie’s very informative 3 Bullets post.
It’s a memorable tequila bottle, right? A one-of-a-kind type deal. Well, I’ve found a companion bottle. A tequila bottle (a tequila set, actually) that’s in the same family, so to speak. It completes the set Ellie and Mistah most likely didn’t know existed.
There's the tequila bottle itself
This baby is "loaded," and ready to be drunk.
And two accompanying "shot" glasses.
It even comes with a (very flimsy) stand, so that you can display it properly.
In addition, this Hijos de Villa bottle is hand numbered. It’s bottle number 44725. (You can see it there in the black ink, just to the left of the trigger.)
The more I think about this bottle of tequila, the more I love it, and the more I realize it may not have anything left in it by the time Ellie and Mistah make it back out here, to the west coast. I’m tempted to break it out now, in fact. To fire off a "shot" from the bad boy and gulp it down. Alas, it’s only 8:14 AM and I’m at work, plus I’ve got no salt or lime; so, for now, the bottle simply remains cocked and ready….