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100% Blue Agave. Under Mexican law, tequila must be made from only the blue Weber agave plant from the highland Tequila region in the state of Jalisco. 


Silver - Blanco - Platinum: 
Blue Agave spirit in its purest form. Clear and typically un-aged, where the true flavors and the intensity of the Agave are present, as well as the natural sweetness. 


The first stage of "rested and aged". The Tequila is aged in wood barrels or storage tanks between 2 months and 11 months. The spirit takes on a golden hue and the taste becomes a good balance between the Agave and wood flavors. 


Tequila aged for at least one year in barrels that do not exceed 600 liters. This aging process darkens the Tequila to an Amber color, and the flavor can become smoother, richer, and more complex.


Extra Añejo:
Tequila aged more than 3 years in barrels that do not exceed 600 liters. The Tequila becomes much darker, more of a Mahogany color, and is so rich that it becomes difficult to distinguish it from other quality aged spirits. After the aging process, the alcohol content must be diluted by adding distilled water. These Extra Añejo’s are extremely smooth and complex.



A distilled alcoholic beverage made from the maguey plant native to Mexico. The word mezcal means "oven-cooked agave" and has a strong smoky flavor. Grown in the lowland region of Oaxaca, just south of the Tequila region of Mexico.



A customary partner to a shot of straight tequila. A non-alcoholic accompaniment that highlights tequila's crisp acidity and cleanses the palate between sips. (orange, lime & pomegranate juices, with chili powder).


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