The tequila-infused seltzer ready to transport you to the beach

Spring’s here, folks. And that means it’s time to figure out what drinks we’ll be indulging in this summer.

I’ve dabbled in the seltzer world a bit. Some are very weak and have no flavor. Others hit the spot on a hot summer day.

So here’s one to add to your repertoire. “Mexi.”

It’s a Craft Tequila Seltzer made in Mexico. Have you ever had a tequila-infused seltzer? Because I haven’t.

Currently there are three flavors. Guava Spice, Tamarindo, and Aloe & Mint. Let’s break them down and get you ready for that summer vacation, pool party, or river float trip.

My favorite? It’s a close call, but I’ll have to give it to Guava Spice. Truly, it’s not too spicy at all actually. It’s extremely refreshing and sweet, but not too sweet. It has a good amount of flavor, but you can’t really tell there’s tequila in it. Give this one a try first to get the party going!

Next, Tamarindo. I’m a huge fan of the “spicy mango” margarita, and this gives me vibes of that. This one you can definitely taste the tequila, but not too much. Again, it’s just got the right amount of flavor.

Lastly, let’s discuss the Aloe & Mint. I still like this one, but it’s hard to beat the other two. At first, this flavor sounded strange to me. I was unsure if I’d like it, but I knew I’d give it a chance. I ended up being pleasantly surprised. The drink went down very smoothly and was very refreshing.


The cans say this drink is filled with “Carbonated Well Water, Real Fruit Juice & Natural Flavors.” It’s 6% alcohol and a 12 oz. can is “low in sugar and calories” according to the website.

On the website, it says there’s a Mango y Chili. This is one I have not tried yet, but it sounds right up my alley.

All in all, I am a big fan of Mexi! It’s been snowing today here in Illinois, so you better believe I’m wishing I was back on the beach in Cancun like I was for my wife and I’s honeymoon.


I hope the brand continues to expand. It just reached Illinois via shipping, which is how I was able to try it.

Let’s go through a couple of flavors I think would be great to explore!

Strawberry Daquiri. I think this would match well with the tequila vibe. Plus, it’s one of the most popular margarita/daquiri flavors.

Pineapple & lime. Sweet & sour drink that would pair well with the tequila. This seems “on brand” for Mexi and something I’d definitely try.

Let me know what you think about this review and if you plan on trying Mexi! I’ll plug the website below. Check it out!

Mexi Seltzer.


Published by mattsheehanofficial

Matt Sheehan is a journalist based in Illinois. He grew up in St. Louis and went to college at Missouri State University. He's the host of On the Record, and secures exclusive interviews with celebrities for his TV morning show.

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