In addition to her part on the television programme “Desperate Housewives,” Eva Longoria has built a successful multifaceted career out of the spotlight she gained from the show. She has started a production business, established a foundation, developed a clothing line, and authored a cookbook. She is also a model.
Aside from that, Ms. Longoria is the creator of a political action committee as well as the founder of Poderistas, a media platform for Latinos. In addition, she served on the board of directors of Time’s Up, the anti-harassment group founded in the aftermath of the #MeToo movement.
Casa del Sol Tequila is her most recent endeavour, and it is a tequila brand. Given the large number of celebrities who are supporting that specific cause these days, it may seem like Ms. Longoria is a little late to the party.
According to the business, in order to make the product more sustainable, the agave used to produce Casa del Sol tequila is irrigated organically throughout the rainy season and collected only after seven years. For every agave that is removed, a new one is planted, which is an essential trade considering the agave shortages that have resulted from the increasing popularity of tequila in the United States and elsewhere. Market research firm ReportLinker predicts that the sector will expand at a rate of about 4% over the next few years.
In a brief break from editing “Flamin’ Hot,” her feature directorial debut, Ms. Longoria, 46, spoke about inclusive hiring, the abortion ban just enacted in Texas — she produced the documentary “Reversing Roe” — and her political aspirations in the coming years.