Alma Cocina was the first restaurant in the Southeast to travel to the agave fields of Casa Herradura in Mexico to hand-select its barrels of Herradura Reposado tequila. And now, they have done it 12 times.

Earlier this year, Atlanta Eats tagged along with their latest journey and saw the incredible process of making the world class tequila that Herradura produces. From riding horses through the fields of agave to tasting barrels of tequila to get the perfect blend, join us for a journey you won’t soon forget.

And now, you can try all 12 barrels in one unforgettable night. Join Alma Cocina and Atlanta Eats on October 21st at 5:30 to sip on tequilas you won’t find anywhere else in the world, while trying some of Chef Chad’s tasty hors d’oevres and meet the ‘unofficial historian’ of Herradura, Ruben Aceves.And if you stay for dinner after the event, they will take 15% off your check.

The cost is only $46 per person (includes tax and gratuity) and space is limited. Get your tickets today!