Country music icon Tanya Tucker is launching her own tequila and the name couldn’t be more fitting. It’s called Cosa Salvaje which means “wild thing.” Tucker and founder Elle France are launching Cosa Salvaje, which is a silver spirit distilled by the family-owned Partida Distillery in Jalisco, Mexico from very mature Blue Agave plants, which results in a smooth, crisp taste.
“I used to be a wild thing, now I just drink a wild thing! I truly love the taste of Cosa Salvaje and certainly wouldn’t be partnering with it if it didn’t pass my taste test. All my friends did a blind test with different tequilas and Cosa Salvaje was the hands down winner, so I know everyone else is going to enjoy it as much as I do. What’s even more important to me is how the agave and distilling process is environmentally conscious, so we’re taking care of our planet too,” Tucker said in a release.
“Cosa Salvaje bottles are truly a work of art and we’re changing the face of the tequila drinking experience. Cosa Salvaje is smooth enough to sip and the taste is perfect for even non-tequila drinkers. We’re ecstatic to be in business with a global icon like Tanya,” CEO/Founder Elle France said.
Distributed by Garcia International Beverages, Cosa Salvaje retails for under $50.00 per bottle and is available online at CosaSalvajeTequila.com.
At the age of 13, Tanya captured the attention of the world with her breakout hit “Delta Dawn,” and soon became a household name as the youngest female to grace the cover of Rolling Stone. The headline, “You’re Gonna Hear From Me,” bolstered her into international stardom as she blazed a trail in entertainment as the original female country outlaw. Dubbed as the female Elvis, Tanya achieved mainstream chart-topping success over five decades with 15 No. 1 hits, 41 top 10 hits and 23 top 40 albums. A 10-time Grammy® nominee, Tanya’s accolades include two CMA Awards, two ACM Awards, three CMT Awards and the prestigious ACM Honors Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award.