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Bringing Back Tequila

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Colorado Springs, CO
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Bringing Back Tequila

Does anyone know how much tequila can be brought back to the States? And is Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo tequila as good as everyone says it is?

Lodi, California
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1. Re: Bringing Back Tequila

I believe it is dependant upon the state's laws. It may be two bottles, but not sure. Your City Clerk's office may be able to tell you.

madison, AL
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I got the following from the cabowabo.com website:

You can bring no more than 1 liter of liquor and 200 cigarettes and 100 cigars. Also, you can bring up to US$400 worth of gifts duty-free. There are also strict limitations on the type of vegetables, fruits, plants and animals you can bring back into the US. If you have any questions about the items you intend to bring into the US, you should check with the US consulate in Baja before crossing the border to avoid arrest and/or any of your goods being taken away from you.

The tequila is excellent. We will be there on 1/4 !!!!!!!!

canada
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3. Re: Bringing Back Tequila

The bottle looks pretty cool, but the tequila is pretty much average.

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...and they sell it in the SJC airport so don t bother lugging it around till youre leaving

Colorado Springs, CO
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Thanks for all the great posts and info! Will be there 1/15 - 1/22.

st paul, mn
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6. Re: Bringing Back Tequila

Forget the TEQUILA as you can get it anywhere back home. There is another cactus juice which is only available on the baja. It makes your margaritas much better. We picked some up three years ago at a roadside stand while on a bus trip through Hotel California to La Paz.