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Color: Dark amberAroma: Intense cooked agave and spice, toasted oak and nutty notesTaste: Very smooth with cooked agave and dried fruitFinish: Smooth, creamy finish
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Color: Light strawAroma: Green and cooked agave with herbal and slightly woody notesTaste: Agave, woody notes and slightly citric flavorFinish: Smooth, clean and warming
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Yellow color; medium bodied; reminiscent of lemon, honey, grass, and vanilla; soft, smooth texture; citrus is key on the palate; rich, long finish.
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Crafted by Master Distiller Maria Teresa Lara, Casa Herradura uses the finest blue agave, traditional production methods and a proprietary fermentation from naturally occurring wild yeast to create a tequila ...
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Herradura silver has smokey herb flavors with a touch of citrus and a long rich finish. Only the finest blue agave, harvested at their prime after nine to ten years of careful cultivation, are used in Herradura. ...
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Herradura Reposado Tequila - This spirit has the best reputation, acceptance and is well known in Mexico. It is aged in American oak barrels for 11 months. The soft flavor of the wood is combined with the ...
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This year Herradura is doing something different. Not only is the tequila not finished, it’s not aged at all. It’s a silver tequila, “Directo de Alambique,” and it’s designed ...
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Tequila Herradura is all natural estate grown and estate bottled. Aged for 45 days in white oak barrels this 100 percent blue agave tequila is a phenomenon unto itself. This bright tequila is magnificent ...
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Full-bodied, thick, creamy, and silky. Delicate smell of boiled agave, a dried wood presence with cinnamon, rose lips and a vanilla touch. It possesses a very dark amber color, showing its barrel aging. ...
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This straw-hued Tequila is highly aromatic, with floral and butterscotch notes. At first, it’s relatively dry and smoky, but winds down into a long, juicy, caramel-tinged finish. Mouthwatering.- K.N. (5/1/2011). ...
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Made from the blue agave plant, the extracted juice is fermented in vats and distilled. Much like the restrictions placed on whisky labeled as Scotch, there are certain requirements for tequila to deserve the term. Tequila is restricted to the distilled liquor made predominantly in Jalisco, Mexico and a few other specified areas.

Tequila, as with other spirits, can be aged to bring out a different flavor profile and appearance. Silver tequila can be pumped into wooden barrels for the mellower flavor of tequila reposado. Añejo, or aged tequila, must be matured for months to take on the flavors from the wood. We would never stop you from drinking tequila as a shooter, but remember there are other options. Instead of kicking it back, take a moment to note the aromas and flavors the way you would with wine. Tequila can range from peppery notes to honey, vanilla, and floral tones.

Once you appreciate the more complex side of tequila, think about cocktails and mixing agents to bring out its natural profile. We recommend fresh ingredients to bring out the full potential of tequila as a sipping drink or cocktail. Margaritas are a traditional favorite, but bring other tequila cocktails into the mix, too. Try a variation of the Paloma or the matador, or substitute tequila in your martini for an extra kick.

Buy tequila online at Wine Chateau to appreciate the other side of this Mexican spirit. We offer traditional silver tequila as well as many of its variations. Find your favorite brand or branch out with a new variation of añejo. Whether you're looking for a special edition or just enough to get you by for a celebration, visit us to purchase tequila online.