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The Nightcap

Anteel Tequila on Fox Soul's "The Nightcap" Making A Tequila Sunrise Mimosa

Anteel Tequila co-founder Nayana Ferguson joins The Nightcap's host Carolina Sanchez to make a tequila sunrise using the multiple award-winning Anteel Coconut Lime Blanco tequila. It's very easy to make and takes you on a vacation to a tropical breakfast

Travel Noire

Anteel Tequila: The 'World's Only Coconut Lime Blanco Tequila' Is Black-Owned

Nayana Ferguson is the beauty and brains behind Anteel Tequila: the first tequila brand to be partially owned and led by a Black woman in the United States and the only company to distribute the world’s only coconut lime Blanco tequila.

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Cancer Survivor Makes History as the First Black Woman to Launch Her Own Tequila Brand

Nayana credits her battles with cancer for preparing her to deal with the challenges of starting a new business.

PR%F the Magazine

Heart & Soul: Award-winning Anteel Tequila embodies the finest qualities

The PR%F award-winning Anteel Tequila embodies the passion, heart, love, and taste of founders Nayana and Don Ferguson.

Emoir Magazine

How Nayana Ferguson Made History With Anteel Tequila

Anteel Tequila isn’t just hitting shelves across Michigan, Oklahoma, and New York but it’s touching hearts as Nayana Ferguson is a pioneer to many cancer survivors and Black Women entrepreneurs, who look to her growing brand as inspiration.

Click On Detroit

How she became the first black woman to own a Tequila company

She asked, “Why not?”


Meet The Only Black Women To Operate A Tequila Brand

Nayana Ferguson's lack of experience didn’t stop her from launching Teeq Tequila, a premium tequila based in Detroit with her husband Don Ferguson and Co-founder Mike Rowold in August 2018.

The Tasting Panel Magazine

Not Your Spring Break Tequila

Anteel offers a premium sipping spirit for the masses.


She Wanted A Healthier Spirit, Now She’s The First Black Woman To Lead A Tequila Brand

After starting out as an occasional tequila drinker, Nayana became an enthusiast due to the low-sugar content of tequila. Now she's an entrepreneur successfully selling the spirit.