President Donald Trump announced his method Thursday for paying for that border wall he commissioned Wednesday: a 20 percent tax on all goods imported from Mexico.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the plan would generate $10 billion a year and “easily pay for the wall,” according to the Associated Press.

Later, Spicer said the 20 percent tariff was just one of several options available to the administration to pay for the wall.

The announcement set off a firestorm on Twitter. Users were quick to point out the many things imported from Mexico that would balloon in price if the tax is approved by Congress, like cars and car parts ($24 billion worth, according to CNN Money), telephones ($11.9 billion), refrigerators ($4.1 billion), tomatoes ($1.8 billion) and beer like Corona, Modelo and Dos Equis ($2.8 billion).

But you know what else comes from Mexico?

Topo Chico.

You know what Texans love?

Topo Chico.

The wonderful mineral water drink started trending on Twitter in Austin shortly after Trump’s tax announcement. Users were passionate, to say the least.

@texasdemocrats#trumptaxpic.twitter.com/iuPTTYwsm4

— Kate S (@TheLoneStarKate) January 26, 2017

Keep your tiny hands off my Topo Chico!!

— KAstros (@KAstros) January 26, 2017

My life is 30% avocados and Topo Chico. Ya boy is gonna hurt. https://t.co/7dXFtrta96

— It E (@tejas_e) January 26, 2017

Just realized this could make Topo Chico more expensive and now I’m even MORE pissed. https://t.co/ID8rp1uylv

— (._.) AustinBloggy (@AustinBloggy) January 26, 2017

if guacamole, Topo Chico, and tequila prices went up 20%, Austin would have to shut down. https://t.co/2qonDPz1hg

— Bruce Levenstein (@BruceLevenstein) January 26, 2017

Other users were dispirited about the taxation of other alcohols such as tequila, Corona and Dos Equis. Republican South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham called the plan “mucho sad.”

Border security yes, tariffs no. Mexico is 3rd largest trading partner. Any tariff we can levy they can levy. Huge barrier to econ growth /1

— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) January 26, 2017

Simply put, any policy proposal which drives up costs of Corona, tequila, or margaritas is a big-time bad idea. Mucho Sad. (2)

— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) January 26, 2017

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I'm gonna stock up on the fancy tequila now. Oh and Modelo & Topo Chico. https://t.co/bhojyj1eDQ

— Serena (@StLouisCardsGal) January 26, 2017

If this makes tequila shots more expensive so help me god.

— Tyger Huckabeatz (@TylerHuckabee) January 26, 2017

The positive: Less vegatables to have to choke down.

The negative: Less beer/tequila to help you escape from reality.

— Evil MoPac (@EvilMopacATX) January 26, 2017

It was all fun and games until Trump started talking about making tequila 20% more expensive! When's the next march?

— Trevor Moore (@itrevormoore) January 26, 2017

Avocados aside, be prepared to see a 20% hike in your favorite vehicles, shoes, appliances, electronics, coffee, beer, tequila… #Mexico

— Grace Parra (@GraceParra360) January 26, 2017

FREE THE AVOCADOS, DONALD. FREE THE TEQUILA. MAKE MARGARITAS GREAT AGAIN.

— Dante Atkins (@DanteAtkins) January 26, 2017

maybe, if Trump supporters were not moved by racism, sexism, homophobia, and xenophobia, they will be swayed by more expensive Corona

— sonia saraiya (@soniasaraiya) January 26, 2017

What about you? Do you think the tax plan will get approved? What item would you hate to see get taxed?