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Better known as Cuervo Silver, this new Tequila is the epitome of smooth. The Master distillers at Jose Cuervo have made this unique blend with Tequila aficionados in mind. Try this sweet and smooth libation ...
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We age our Blanco a full eighteen months in specially made American and French oak barrels to make Trianon Añejo. Because that’s how long it takes to strike the perfect balance between the ...
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Sweet, fruity and fresh citrus, complemented by cooked Agave, vanilla and woody notes.Sweet with citric with a robust yet pleasant body, with Agave, vanilla and woody flavors.
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Pale amber color. Traditional bright yellow Reposado appeal.The nose is delecate and fruity offering aromatics reminiscent of baked or grilled pineapple, but is best identified as pure, baked agave.Lush ...
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Siembra Azul has the charming little marketing slogan worthy of Oscar Wilde: The future of tradition. The Vivanco family has owned their own orchards of blue agave for three generations. Siembra Azul anejo ...
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Agave-infused tequila that goes down smooth and heats things up. Tijuana Sweet Heat hurts so good that it’s worth whatever it takes to find it. Take a shot and see what we mean.
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This tequila is aged two to three years in oak barrels and has a beautiful silky smooth character that does anejo right: rich, but not cloyingly sweet. Guillermo Erickson Sauza, a fifth-generation family ...
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Pale yellow in color, the nose is spicy, earthy and delightfully vegetal. The body is somewhat delicate, with a long smooth finish. Irresistible and deliciously smooth. Literally, paradise-a skillful blend ...
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Siembra Azul (Blue Harvest) is a small-batch, artisanal tequila made from 100% blue agave. Grown and produced in the town of Arandas, in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, Siembra Azul is the result of a ...
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Mexico- The first sniffing’s find very delicate scents of dill, sage, and olive brine; in later whiffs a fine creaminess is discerned. The palate entry is crisply astringent and vegetal; at midpalate ...
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Lunazul Tequila Blanco is 100% Blue Agave Tequila produced at Tierra de Agaves. To the spirit of the wolf: A drink to the heavens, our good friends and foes. To the good and bad times, a toast we propose. ...
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Tequila Cazadores Blanco is 100% Blue Agave and is a smoot, easy-going Tequila. It tastes as clean as it looks, and plays well with others. The slightly sweet taste and soft finish make it highly versatile ...
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Mexico- The initial nosings discover interesting scents of chalk/slate, green vegetable, and grass... The palate entry is pleasantly peppery and off-dry; by midpalate the astringent vegetal taste is underpinned ...
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Mexico- Medium, Semi-Sweet, Vanilla, Oak, Balanced. This imported tequila is perfect for adding zest and life to any party. It is light gold in color with a smooth taste and notes of oak and vanilla. Ideal ...
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The Anejo has a beautifully pure and refined complex aroma with soft caramel and vanilla notes. It’s the perfect balance of sweetness from the blue weber agaves, layered with barrel oak and subtle hints ...
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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.

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