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Tom Brady gets custom tequila for his birthday

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TAMPA, Fla. -- What do you get a seven-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback who seemingly has everything for his 44th birthday?

Shadow Lion, a production company Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has invested in, came up with the perfect gift to honor its namesake (Brady first called himself the Shadow Lion in a 2017 Super Bowl hype video).

The company sent Brady his own custom "litTle avoCado tequila" bottles for his special day, poking fun at Brady's Super Bowl LV boat parade shenanigans, which he blamed, in a tweet, on the beverage.

The label includes an illustration of the infamous photo of Brady being restrained by teammate Ryan Griffin after a booze-infused cruise down the Hillsborough River left him wobbly and intoxicated.

The drink is touted as having "aged 43 years" and being "LV proof." It also boasts being "electrolyte packed" and "hydrating," because no Brady beverage would be complete without health benefits.

Brady's camp said the beverage will not be for sale, but the company included a note saying Brady couldn't open the bottles until February, which is when he hopes to be vying for ring No. 8.