Elon Musk Recently launched a Tesla-branded liquor called “Tesla Tequila” for $ 250 per bottle. But Musk originally wanted to call it ‘Teslaquila’ Tesla And ‘Quila’ from Tequila. But right here Musk got into legal problems with Mexico and was forced to rename it Tesla Tequila.
The reason is simple, the word “Teslaquila” should not be branded because it is similar to the word tequila, the Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT) said. And tequila can only be used by those who are making a real tequila Agricultural business According to the report, this is the original designation Margin.
Said Martin Munoz, head of certification at CRT Margin, “Teslaquila may cause confusion or misunderstanding of the origin of the product, and the Mexican Industrial Property Law refuses to trademark. Originally, “Teslaquila” triggered the word tequila, so it could not be registered as a brand,
Musk’s legal team tried to get a name Teslaquila Registered but Mexico refused permission.
The liquor is described in the Tesla online store: “Tesla Tequila is being introduced, special, premium 100% D Agave French oak barrels feature an aged tequila azejo, dry fruit and light vanilla nose with a balanced cinnamon pepper finish. 40% ABV / 750 mL ”. According to the company, the liquor is produced by Nosotros Tequila.
The store says the deliveries are “expected to start at the end of 2020” and are now out of stock. Tesla Tequila can only be shipped to select areas of the United States.