Remember the $250 Tesla Tequila by Nosotros Tequila that was sold out as quickly as it went live on Tesla Motors’ website? Well, it is available again, this time as Tesla Tequila Limited Edition Set. No, wait. Wait… awww. It was sold out, again.

Tesla Tequila Limited Edition Set
Credit: Nosotros Tequila.

But are we surprised that it is sold out in a jiffy? Probably not. Especially not when we knew that they were just 420 bottles to go around. It was kind of expected if we have learned anything from the last time it was available.

Nothing much has changed since the last time it was sold out. The Tesla Tequila is presented in a super cool lightning-shaped vessel, propped up by a polished metal stand with the brushed T logo. However, this time, it was joined by a pair of sipping glasses.

Tesla Tequila Limited Edition Set
Credit: Tesla Motors.

Contained inside each numbered (of course, it is numbered) hand-blown glass bottle is an exclusive, small-batch premium 100% de agave tequila añejo made from sustainably sourced highland and lowland agaves.

It was aged for 15 months in French oak barrels before being bottled into this super cool, highly collectible glass vessel. As for the taste of the liquor, it is said to have “a dry fruit and light vanilla nose with a balanced cinnamon pepper finish.

Tesla Tequila Limited Edition Set
Credit: Tesla Motors.

But who am I kidding talking about taste? I am pretty sure most people who have bought the Tesla Tequila Limited Edition Set did drop not US$420 purely for the tequila in it.

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It was partly driven (I am being conservative here) by the desire to own a Tesla-branded liquor in a unique bottle with a pair of equally unique right-angle triangle-shaped glassware that would need the included polished metal stand to set them down.

Tesla Tequila Limited Edition Set
Credit: Nosotros Tequila.
Tesla Tequila Limited Edition Set
Credit: Nosotros Tequila.

Images: Tesla Motors/Nosotros Tequila.

via Teslarati.

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