Everybody knows that the one thing kosher-keeping Jews crave during Passover is a really great margarita. It’s been that way ever since the first agave-based beverage was served across the street from the Second Temple in Jerusalem, sometime around 400 BCE, when a bunch of rogue … proto-Aztecs … sailed over from the New World in a ship made out of … hell, let’s say some unknown crystalline substance that might have come from outer space. Therefore, it’s shocking that it’s taken this long for a spirits company to launch a kosher tequila pegged to both Passover and Cinco de Mayo. But good things come to those who wait: Agave 99, launched by New York businessman Martin Silver, is coming to a market near you.

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