4.46 / 5 based on 191 Reviews
Tecate beer with natural lime flavor, spice flavors and caramel color.see more...
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Exactly what it is trying to be. It is by no means a replacement for a real Michelada but hits the spot on a hot day. It’s have a pretty generic, but tasty flavor and cheap and pretty easy to find. I usually get mine at the local international market across the street.
My favorite Michelada drink for those days when I don’t feel like making a Michelada from scratch. The flavor is on point and it tastes great, sometimes all I need to add is some extra chili powder and lime.
SUMMER DRINK THAT I LOVE! This is a wonderful beer for BBQ's and mexican food cookouts. I love that the Michelada is already made for you even though its more of a bloody red beer. Serve summer cold or it tends to taste gross. Gently roll the can before serving.
Micheladas (or chavelas where I live) are very popular, but it's a bit of a hassle to make them in bulk. These take the work out and leave the great flavor. Starting with an already good beer really helps! I suggest giving the can a very slow rock upside down before opening to make sure the flavors are all mixed well - just not too hard or you'll have a mess when you open it!
When I am too lazy to make micheladas I just buy these, ready in a can for me to enjoy. I do add a bit of lime and hot sauce but that’s just me cus I like my micheladas really spicy. My boyfriend likes them just how they are
I’ve had the actual beer from Mexico plain and the michelada style ones. I don’t care for the plain ones, I care for the ones that are prepared like the ones pictured. I absolutely love these in a cold mug chilled mixed with a saladito and a lime. Mix with a few green olives and you have a beauty in a cup. :) Tastes like a michelada you’ve made from scratch almost. :)
Yum yum yum!! Can I say poolside summer brunch! The best part is I didn't have to mix it myself! Yet is also delicious with a shot of tequila or vodka in it for that extra Saturday punch. A little pricey for everyday but I'd try it at least once if I were you!
This michelada is a tomato, spice, lime beer. When you open it up it has like a tomato beer smell. The Taste is pretty decent for coming out of a can instead of making it yourself. It doesn't have a overly lime aftertaste. And the tomato is in it to strong.
Love it very nice taste as if I made it at home. Has the right amount of spice to it. The beer is a great beer by itself but recommend drinking this if u want a change
Q & A
Anyone around NYC area has seen this? Please tell me! Dying to find this around
Are these better than the Modelo cheladas?
Seems like a good mix drink
Where are these sold? I live in mn and have never seen them before. I would like to try them. How do they taste or compare to bud light michelada?