Savvy tequila lovers prize this pure, non-aged style that embodies the flavors of the natural blue agave plant and the Mexican terroir, the soil, from which it flourishes.
Bright citrus with an earthy finish, the taste of Herradura Blanco is a reflection of the sincere regard to tradition in distillation. Established in 1870, Herradura is 100% true, authentic Mexico.
Earning many awards for excellence, this fine tequila is exceptionally smooth with floral aromas, fruit and spice flavor and just a hint of smoke.
A very smooth, clean and dry tequila. The crisp agave aromas blend perfectly with subtle and smooth citrus, lemon, lime and grapefruit with just a touch of black pepper.
A pure ultra-premium tequila. It’s soft and light, fresh and smooth taste, with pear and pineapple flavors with a hint of maple wood, pepper and caramel.
Triple-distilled this one has big florals and the agave flavor does ever so well in mixed drinks and special cocktail concoctions.
Gran Centenario Plata
Give this a try for something a little unusual. Creamier than many blancos, it shows a strong hint of vanilla and hint of oak.
Jose Cuervo Platino
Flavors of clove, cinnamon notes, green avocado mingle with a strong aroma of agave notes, hints of vanilla and apricot.
These tequilas are rested, as the name suggests, for anywhere from two months to a year on oak barrels for a smooth finish. Resting, or aging the tequila, also mellows the natural flavors.
Stored in a ceramic decanter, hand-painted by Mexican artisans, this is a classy tequila often sipped from a flute-style glass. Complex and smooth.
The aroma invites with mellow lemon citrus notes and spice layers. Soft flavors of dark chocolate, vanilla and light cinnamon ease you into a warm finish.
Cooked agave aromas mingle with wood, vanilla and cinnamon that lead you into a smooth, sweet flavor of the same. Very pure. Very smooth.
Aromas of fruit and wood lead towards complex yet perky flavors of sweet pears and spice. Great tequila for a margarita.
Aged for four months in three different woods (American oak, white oak and French oak) which produces unique flavors and aromas and a smooth finish.
Rested for two months in new, small American white oak casks, the flavors are intense, pepper and well-balanced.
The balance of fresh agave and oak wood with subtle fruit, citrus and honey notes makes it an ideal sipping tequila or excellent for a premium cocktail.
Aged in oak for 11 months, strong agave, pepper and vanilla complement a mellow and rich taste with subtle wood tones and a hint of sweetness. Perfect on the rocks.
This is a beginner’s tequila. It’s sweet and refreshing, light with slow-cooked blue agave, herbaceous, oaky flavors.
These tequilas are known for their rich, dark golden color and their smooth flavors of smoke, wood and lots of vanilla. Aged for at least one year and up to three in oak barrels no larger than 600 liters.
Savor this like a fine cognac. It’s an enticing, rare tequila that is carefully aged three years for a smooth and richly complex spirit.
Cool packaging is only one of many fine attributes. Sweet, smooth flavors with notes of toasted almond, fruit, custard and cocoa. Oh, yes.
Full-bodied and complex with pure expressions of cooked agave, wild-honey and oak-infused butterscotch. The finish is ever so bright and lively.
One of the world’s best sipping tequilas, this one is aged for up to three years which results in intense agave flavors.
Subtle scents of slowly cooked agave mingle with delicate oak after aging for two years for a Smooth spirit with a gentle smoke.
A nice aroma of vanilla, wood, ripe fruit and agave meld into flavors of vanilla and agave with hint of brown spice.
Light, simple and very pleasant.
Medium bodied and sweet with a light pepper finish, vanilla and oak are predominant flavors that make for good mixing.
The taste is oh so sweet. Hints of cinnamon spice and a nice medium length linger at the finish complements the spice that stays on the tongue.
Sauza Tres Generaciones
After three years aging in once-used bourbon barrels, the subtle flavors of hand-charred oak give it a smoky, smooth finish.
Smooth and sweet this one. Distinct oak wood is complemented by vanilla, raisins and honey, with a hint of melon, finishing with caramel and smoky notes.
Don Julio 1942
A limited edition, enjoy it while you can. Crafted from the finest agave and aged until it reaches beautiful levels of flavor complexity.
Named after the year aged tequila was first aged in oak casks, it’s characterized by spice, wood, pepper and a dry finish.
Jose Cuervo Reserva
This is Cuervo’s finest. A long and silky finish is preceded by rich oak, toasted almonds, apples, vanilla and cinnamon flavors.