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Tequila is extraordinary because its production still hinges on the centuries-old knowledge of jimadores - farmers who harvest the blue agave plant, and who are able to tell when it's ready to be harvested. Once the spiky leaves are trimmed away, the core of the plant is baked, mashed, and then the juice is fermented and distilled. Depending on the method and time, tequila can be silver (or blanco), joven/oro (flavoured or blended silver tequila), reposado (rested/aged), anejo (aged) or extra anejo. Silver tequila is pretty harsh, but makes a great base for cocktails; while reposado and anejo can make great sipping tequila - in Mexico, it's normally consumed neat, and the differences in quality are easily tasted.

 

And what's the difference between tequila and mezcal? Well, tequila is always made from blue agave, while mezcal can be from any type of agave. The more you know!

  1. Tequila Don Ramón Punta Diamante Reposado is double-distilled and rested in white oak, resulting in a smooth, subtle taste and robust profile.

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  2. Tequila Don Ramón Punta Diamante Silver is double-distilled for a smooth and clean taste and pure profile.
  3. Tequila Don Ramón Punta Diamante Añejo is double-distilled and aged in American oak barrels for 12 months, resulting in a smooth, richer taste and robust profile.
  4. Aromas of citrus, and rich cooked agave fill your nose in this unique and very special blanco tequila. Also present: butter, olive, earth, black pepper, and a deep inviting vegetal complexity
  5. Caramel, vanilla, butterscotch and cooked agave aromas practically jump from the glass in this highly-praised and perfectly-aged añejo. This tequila is so rich and complex that some people are even able to detect pineapple, peach, orange blossom, nutmeg, and raisin in the nose.
  6. Aromas of citrus, caramel, butter, cooked agave, and sage are the beginning of a pleasingly balanced and very unique tasting experience. Fortaleza Reposado has it’s own distinct character, and is not like any other tequila.
  7. Herradura Anejo Tequila has a deliberately smooth taste with cooked agave and notes of toasted oak and dried fruit.This Tequila has a dark amber color that hints at its warmth and oaked aging.The aroma is cooked grave blended with spice and floral notes.
  8. The Original Reposado. Tequila Herradura introduced the world to Reposado in 1974 and has been setting the standard ever since. Aged 9 months longer than industry standards, Reposado has a rich amber color with notes of cooked agave, vanilla and butter. This additional time spent resting in charred American White Oak barrels creates a smooth, sweet finish with a slight taste of spice.
  9. Herradura Silver owes its distinctly sweet taste of agave and subtle oak notes to resting for an impressive 45 days beyond the industry standard in American White Oak barrels. The prolonged aging process creates a light straw color with a unique, robust aroma of cooked agave, vanilla and wood that leaves your mouth feeling smooth and refreshed.
  10. Named after the farmers who grow and harvest the agave plants, El Jimador Reposado is a 100% agave tequila aged for 3 months before bottling.
    $43.95 Bottle

    special $40.95

  11. El Jimador Tequila Blanco is a great choice for Tequila cocktails. Citrusy, herbaceous and smooth.
    $43.95 Bottle

    special $40.95

  12. 100% ESTATE BOTTLED. 100% BLUE AGAVE. 100% NATURAL

Tequila

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Tequila is extraordinary because its production still hinges on the centuries-old knowledge of jimadores - farmers who harvest the blue agave plant, and who are able to tell when it's ready to be harvested. Once the spiky leaves are trimmed away, the core of the plant is baked, mashed, and then the juice is fermented and distilled. Depending on the method and time, tequila can be silver (or blanco), joven/oro (flavoured or blended silver tequila), reposado (rested/aged), anejo (aged) or extra anejo. Silver tequila is pretty harsh, but makes a great base for cocktails; while reposado and anejo can make great sipping tequila - in Mexico, it's normally consumed neat, and the differences in quality are easily tasted.

 

And what's the difference between tequila and mezcal? Well, tequila is always made from blue agave, while mezcal can be from any type of agave. The more you know!