Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico - Country music icon Tanya Tucker has conquered the music industry for more than five decades and is now adding a new credit to her resume by launching Cosa Salvaje Tequila with founder Elle France.
Cosa Salvaje is a silver spirit distilled by the family-owned Partida Distillery in Jalisco, Mexico from very mature Blue Agave plants, which results in a smooth, crisp taste.
Every Cosa Salvaje bottle is handmade out of recycled glass. "Cosa Salvaje bottles are truly a work of art and we're changing the face of the tequila drinking experience. Cosa Salvaje is smooth enough to sip and the taste is perfect for even non-tequila drinkers. We're ecstatic to be in business with a global icon like Tanya Tucker," CEO/Founder Elle France said.
At the age of 13, Tanya captured the attention of the world with her breakout hit "Delta Dawn," and soon became a household name as the youngest female to grace the cover of Rolling Stone. The headline, "You're Gonna Hear From Me," bolstered her into international stardom as she blazed a trail in entertainment as the original female country outlaw.
Dubbed as 'the female Elvis,' Tanya Tucker achieved mainstream chart-topping success over five decades with 15 No. 1 hits, 41 top 10 hits and 23 top 40 albums. A 10-time Grammy® nominee, Tanya's accolades include two CMA Awards, two ACM Awards, three CMT Awards and the prestigious ACM Honors Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award.PRNewswire