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I have done a few searches and have't found this answer, so sorry if it's already out there. :)

 

Anyone know how much mini tequila bottles would cost us in PV? We want to purchase them for wedding favors, but I have NO idea what the cost would be. I was assuming they would be a little less than what we could purchase them here in the US. Plus one less thing to pack.

 

Thanks for the help! :)

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I don't know, but I think I've seen them in the OOT bags - esp. for the guys.

 

Try searching for that?

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Rachel I dont remeber where I posted the info about but I know the mini bottles of Don Julio cost around 60-80 pesos and you can buy those at the liquor stores in Downtown, but if you want to buy cheaper you can try Wal-Mart or Sams...

 

Vinoteca is one big liquor/fine wine store you can call them too:

 

PUERTO VALLARTA

Calle Viena 243 L-3

Col. Versalles.

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco

C.P. 48390

T. (322) 225-6920, (322) 225-6921

E. puertovallarta@vinoteca.com

 

HTS

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Thanks Mora. I was hoping for some ball park picture and that certainly helps! I wasn't sure if this was an added extra that fit in the budget! I think we will do that then. I'll check out Walmart when we get there.

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i'm planning on getting them too. i'm gonna look at Walmart and the liquor store. if anyone does it before me, let us know where you got them. thanks!!!

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Hi,

I too am looking for the mini Teq. bottles. I found a really large selection at BevMo in the states.. the range from $1.75 & up. They ship within a week. But I've had no luck finding them in Mexico. I have family who lives there and I'm going to inlist their help. I'll keep you posted. What are you using them for? I was thinkin party favors?

Judy

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They sell mini tequila's at my meighborhood liquor store for $1 and Patron for $2 that I could send you...but Edna's advice is best and cheaper. Plus you won't have to lug them to PV!

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I'm not sure if they have mini tequila bottles, but I assume they do. Its worth a shot to try to contact them mailto:sales@elcoyul.com.mx

 

Licoreria El Coyul

 

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Originally Posted by Judy View Post
Hi,
What are you using them for? I was thinkin party favors?
Judy
WWW.ADAMANDJUDY.COM
I bought pashminas for the ladies and we wanted to do mini tequila bottles for the men as favors. I thought they would get better use out of it than soap with our monogram. haha

I haven't even checked out our liquor stores...didn't realize they would be that cheap here. I don't need many- maybe 10? Thanks for the idea Jamy. It wouldn't be too much to pack if the price is right.

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You don't think the men want pretty soap? LOL Yeah, stick with the tequila because the soap probably wouldn't ever make it out of the package!

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