The current world record holder for largest cocktail is Nick Nicora and his 10,500 gallon Calarita Margarita. Before Nicora broke the record in 2012, Jimmy Buffett's Las Vegas Margaritavilla held this record.
Your hangover might be attributed to the percentage of agave on the tequila bottle. The purer (look for 100 percent!), the less painful of an experience it's likely to be.
This is particularly important since, to be labeled tequila, a bottle only needs to be 51 percent agave.
Though most opt for the easy salt-tequila-lime sandwich as a chaser, another (slightly less popular) option is the sangrita. Meaning "little blood," you can learn to make it at home (note: actual blood is involved).
Tequila is also the name of a region in Mexico, in the state of Jalisco where most blue agave plants are found.
We know people generally have a dysfunctional relationship with tequila, but see 10 reasons we're showing it some love today in the slideshow below.