The moment international travel resumes, make no mistake, we’re coming back in full force. Long lunches during the European summer, shredding down the slopes of Japan, and just because we won’t be there to fuck spiders, settling in Mexico’s luxurious all-you-can-drink tequila train – Jose Cuervo Express – for a sesh to rival the Roman Empire’s final days (in decadence, debauchery, and personal destruction).
Between Guadalajara and the town of Tequila in Jalisco, passengers can soak in the countryside while they commence suckdown. And although I haven’t painted the most classy – nor family friendly – of affairs given tequila‘s reputation among the youngins, believe it or not, this experience is positioned as quite an upscale offering rich with cultural exposure.
According to the site itinerary, along with unlimited access to tequila, the Premium Plus package also comes with an educational tasting guided by the experts, a tour of the Jose Cuervo La Rojena Distillery – reportedly one of the oldest in Latin America – some free roam time around Tequila for a bite and so forth, a generically labelled “Mexican Show”, as well as an agave harvesting demonstration, before heading home.
While Australia will have to wait a little longer before we’re allowed out and about, Jose Cuervo Express – Mexico’s famed all-you-can-drink tequila train – is now accepting reservations for 2021.
Pricing levels are as follows:
- Express Wagons – MX$2,420 (AU$160)
- Premium Plus Wagons – MX$2,730 (AU$180)
- Diamond Wagon – MX$3,040 (AU$200)
- Elite Wagon – MX$3,300 (AU$215)