(100% agave Tequila Blanco - 50 ml - 38% - Mexico)
Experience this Epic shot 4 different ways!
It's a Perfect Christmas gift and the Ultimate New Year Shot!
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If you like shots, you're gonna love this! Tqilakaze, the ultimate party shot and the perfect gift. This is an ultra premium set, composed of the highest quality components and it can be used over and over again.
Experience this Epic shot 4 different ways! The box contains enough Tequila for 2 (25ml shots or slammers, either Regular, Player or Ironman) or 1 (50ml shot) if you do the Suicide
Content of box
1 Bottle (50ml) Premium Tqilakaze Blanco 100% Agave Tequila 38%. 1 Shot glass with Tqilakaze logo. 1 Headband with Tqilakaze logo. 1 Salt sachet (1g). 2 Saline tubes. 1 Tqilakaze coaster. 1 Fake 500 € banknote. Lime NOT included!
Tqilakaze, how extreme is it?
It might surprise you but it's way less extreme than you might think. You decide yourself how much salt you snort and how much lime/lemon you drip, if you keep it on the low end the shot is very easy to do. For a milder shot, use orange instead of lime/lemon.
It's fun and thrilling to take the shot and VERY fun to watch someone do it :-)
The key to feeling great after the shot is using the included saline solution. It gives instant relief in both nose and eyes.
In regards to concerns snorting salt or dripping lemon/lime juice in the eyes, there are many remedies where salt is used to flush out the nose and lemon juice is used to help with different eye problems. The point being, it is not so unusual or extreme as you might believe.
The small amounts used in the Tqilakaze shot will NOT cause any issues whatsoever for your nose or eyes as long as you don't overdo it. NB: Keep in mind that Tqilakaze is an occasional shot, and if you do it a few times a year it is 100% safe.
Taking the Tqilakaze shot in it's all variations is deemed harmless and absolutely safe if you are healthy and not allergic to, salt, lime, lemon or oranges.
Snorting small amounts of salt
Snorting small amounts of regular table salt may cause a burning feeling in your nose and cause a runny nose each time you do it, but not much else. You can flush your nose with saline if you feel you need to and it should clear it out.
Dripping small amounts of orange/lime/lemon in the eyes
Lime and lemon contain diluted natural citric acid up to about 0.25 M and as such is considered low hazard. Orange contains even less, around 0.005 M. A citric acid is considered diluted if it is less than 1.0 M.
Dilute solutions of lime and lemon will cause an initial mild discomfort in the eye and possible side effects may be red eyes, but not much else. The eye quickly protects the cornea by profusely tearing and washing the acidic lime/lemon out and you can speed up the process by using the included saline solution to wash out the eyes.
If you rubbed the lime/lemon into the eyes you should wash out the eyes with water before using the included saline solution. That should completely alleviate any discomfort.
The citric acid level in oranges are so low so most people don't experience any discomfort whatsoever, however, if you feel you need to, you can use the included saline to wash out your eyes.
What do the experts say?
We have conducted extensive research into the effects of snorting salt and dripping lime/lemon in the eyes. We also have reached out to different medical experts as an otolaryngologist (a medical expert in the field of ear, nose, and throat) and an ophthalmologist (a medical expert in the field of eyes) and even though we can honestly say that they do not recommend the practice, they also acknowledge that if done in small amounts on rare occasions it is deemed absolutely harmless.
On top of this, we have the millions of people around the world that actually done shots involving sniffing salts and dripping lemon juice in the eyes and there are no reported cases where people that occasionally take the shot has experienced any issues whatsoever.