WELCOME TO WET WENDY'S in COZUMEL, MEXICO!
KNOW YOUR TEQUILA
Blanco ("white") or plata ("silver")white spirit, un-aged and bottled or stored immediately after distillation, or aged less than two months in stainless steel or neutral oak barrels;
Joven ("young") or oro ("gold")is the result of blending Silver Tequila with Reposado and/or Añejo and/or extra Añejo Tequila;
Reposado ("rested")aged a minimum of two months, but less than a year in oak barrels;
Añejo ("aged" or "vintage")aged a minimum of one year, but less than 3 years in oak barrels;
Extra Añejo ("extra aged" or "ultra aged")aged a minimum of three years in oak barrels. This category was established in March 2006.
THE LEGEND of WET WENDY
hile the exact dates and details of Wendy's adventures are hard to verify, we can tell you a little bit about her. Wendy's full name was Gwendolin Anna Garcia. Born in Hungary in 1789 to parents from Switzerland and Hungary who were missionaries. It was because of the parents line of work that caused them to travel to the Caribbean. When reaching 16 she dressed as a man and took work on one of the many merchant vessels travelling around the Caribbean at the time. At some point one of the ships she was working on was taken over by a Mexican pirate named Juan Diego Poot Garcia. Soon Juan discovered that Wendy (traveling under the name of Andy Garcia) was in fact a woman (with very generous bosoms) and was intrigued with her. They had a marriage at sea and she was respected by their crew for her bravery and ability to consume more liquor than any man on the ship. The details are fuzzy but Juan died in battle during a Spanish raid and she assumed command of the ship.