People have only just learned what the sombrero on Sierra Tequila is for - and it's a 'game changer'
People have just discovered the real use for the sombrero on the top of Sierra Tequila bottles and they say it's 'game-changing'
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The latest tidbit doing the rounds online has to do with bottles of Sierra Tequila, or more specifically the little sombrero that sits on top of them.It turns out a number of tequila fans didn't actually know about the real use for the sombrero and have simply binned it after opening the bottle, or used it as a cute little party hat for their cat.
But apparently the sombrero has several handy uses, including being a lime squeezer and the ideal item to measure out the right amount of tequila for a shot.But most interesting of all its purposes, is that the rim of the sombrero can also be used neatly salt your glass.
Yes, really!This "game-changing" fact was shared on Twitter by Jack Mull last week.He wrote: "I was today years old when I realised the sombrero on the top of the bottle of tequila was so you could salt your glass."The post went viral, garnering more than 1,000 likes and hundreds of retweets.
Jack later added: "Don't even lie, you know you all thought it was just a cute little sombrero for your bottle."Game changer, blew my mind."Bizarre social media trends Other people shared their shock in the replies.One said: "You have changed everything."
Another commented: "WHATTTTT NO THIS CHANGES THE ENTIRE GAME.""I'm shook," responded someone else.A fourth proclaimed: "I thought it was just a cute sombrero to put on your pet rat or something.""I had no idea," added a different user.Read more: Daily Mirror »
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