Aniston and Clooney ‘party in Cabo’

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux spent the weekend “partying with George Clooney”.

The couple attended a special event celebrating George’s Tequila brand Casamigos Tequila on Sunday, which was strictly invitation-only.

Other guests included Jimmy Kimmel, Howard Stern, Rande Gerber (a Casamigos partner) and Cindy Crawford. Olympian Michael Phelps was also a guest.

"It was for members of the club and special guests," a source told E! News. "They had a tequila tasting.”

Jennifer and Justin also spent time with George before the New Years, at an intimate bash at his home. The couple arrived in Mexico just after Christmas, as did the Ocean’s Eleven star.

“George got down to Cabo around Christmas and had a party a couple days before the new year at his home. It was an intimate dinner with close family and friends," the source added.

The Casamigas Tequila Facebook page posted a picture of George on Sunday, showing the Oscar winner making a Bloody Mary.

"George mixing some 'Bloody Amigos' for some friends at the 4th hole," read the caption.

The 52-year-old is clearly very proud of the product, with business partner Rande saying it’s a tequila they have been drinking for years.

"I don’t think we’re going to be following all the rules,” he told 213 Nightlife. “We know we have a product we love and we drink, and other people will enjoy. The product speaks for itself.”

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