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Voiced by: Bill Hader

A bottle of Tequila threatened by Douche to find Brenda and Frank.

  • Affably Evil: Calling him 'bad' maybe stretching it since he was forced to lead Brenda and her friends to their doom, but he is rather goofy with his intoxicated mannerisms.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: While he did nearly lead Brenda and her friends into danger, you cannot help but feel sorry for him because he was coerced into it by Douche.
  • Alcohol-Induced Idiocy: This trope's taken Up to Eleven given that he's a living bottle of alcohol and isn't the brightest bulb around.
  • All For Nothing: Tequila's efforts to sell Brenda out to Douche get torpedoed when Teresa warns Brenda and her friends of the danger they are in.
  • Blatant Lies: "I am to be trusted!" Brenda, Sammy, and Lavash do end up taking his word for it though.
  • Desecrating the Dead: When Douche kills Tequila, he drinks the remaining alcohol in his head before throwing said head at El Guaco's codpiece.
  • Dirty Coward: He ultimately decides that letting some innocent foods die at the hands of Douche is better than getting killed himself.
  • Evil Counterpart: He is one to Teresa as while he would be willing to sell out innocent food to be killed in exchange for his life, Teresa would gladly give her own life for others. This becomes evident where Teresa leads Brenda and her group out of the Mexican Aisle while Tequila is bringing Douche to the aisle in order to give the group to him.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Implied as none of the other Mexican food try to stop Brenda and her group from leaving when Tequila brought them to the Mexican Aisle and cause him to fail Docuhe, but they react with horror when the latter kills Tequila.'
  • Meaningful Name: He's a bottle of Tequila with the name of Tequila.
  • Minion With an F in Evil: He ends up botching his job to lead Brenda to Douche by leaving her and her friends unsupervised.
  • Precision F-Strike: When he brings Douche over to the Mexican Aisle to sell out Brenda, he shouts "SHIT!" when he sees that she and her friends have escaped.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He only appears for 5 minutes in the movie, but his actions lead to the main characters to have a new ally that helps them defeat the Gods in the climax.
  • Speech Inpediment: He always talks in a slur, which is fitting given that he's an alcoholic drink.
  • Too Dumb To Live: He leads Brenda and her friends astray to the Mexican aisle in order to sell them out to Douche, but leaves them without assigning his fellow mexican delicacies to keep an eye on them to make sure they don't escape, which they do with Teresea's help. He also falls for Douche's false forgiveness, which ultimately gets him killed.
  • You Have Failed Me: He is on the receiving end of this trope when Docuhe murders him for his failure.