Articles Tagged: Anejo

Brugal Añejo Rum Review

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Brugal Añejo is a Dominican rum that’s a blend aged three to five years in American white oak casks. The first thing I noticed when they sent me a bottle for review was the gold net over the bottle, which made me think of pirates … for some reason.

But once I cracked it open, I found a pleasing rum that’s a good value at $20 a bottle. The nose is almost all wood and … Read more

The Prickly Margarita

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Courtesy of Cabo Wabo Tequila.… Read more

The Rockin’ Paloma

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Courtesy of Cabo Wabo Tequila.… Read more

PaQui Tequila Review

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Meaning “to be happy” in Aztec, PaQui Tequila embodies the phrase. Dubbed a “luxury” tequila, PaQui is hand crafted in small batches from 100% pure blue agave. Made through a process called “selective distillation,” the makers of PaQui Tequila separate the heart of the distillate only use the best part in the final product.

We take you through the PaQui Tequila below:

PaQui Silvera Tequila

(100% Blue Tequila), 40% Alcohol, Tequila, Mexico

Clear. Aromas of … Read more

National Tequila Day Roundup

We tried several brands that have arrived in the last week or so and a few little bottles procured from the media schwag room at Tales of the Cocktail …Read More

Charro Negro

The month of October begins preparation for one of Mexico’s most celebrated and historic holidays, Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) which falls on November 1 and 2. Tequila Herradura, one of the world’s most revered and storied premium tequila, is featuring the Herradura Charro Negro, referring to the traditional cowboy of Mexico who sometimes dresses in black when mourning a loved one, as its drink of the month in recognition of the … Read more