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1800 Tequila Review

post iconSummer is officially here, and one of the first things I reach for behind the bar is tequila. Whether you like to sip a nice aged anejo neat or prefer your tequila crystal clear and frozen in a margarita while at the beach, its definitely the spirit of summer. With so many brands to choose from, every little gimmick counts and so you may have noticed advertisements for 1800 Tequila in the past featuring Soprano’s star Michael Imperioli. One of the coolest features of 1800 Tequila that was highlighted in its ad campaign was the bottle’s ability to pour a shot when turned upside down. In this case the top doubled as a shot glass. …Read More

Tequila Don Julio 70 Añejo Claro Review

post iconhe Don Julio 70 has been in the works for a while and was launched with two purposes. The first was to celebrate Don Julio Gonzalez’s (the man behind Don Julio) 70th anniversary as a distiller. The second was to introduce the world to a new class or type of tequila—a tequila that has been barrel aged without the wood dominating the tequila’s flavor. …Read More

Corzo Silver Tequila Review

post iconThe Corzo Tequila (Tequila Silver) arrived in a fantastically attractive bottle—minimalism at its best. Carzo hired a famous French designer that modeled the bottle after modern Mexican buildings. The end result is a unique bottle, a tall, rectangular bottle with a square angular spout that would look great in any bar. …Read More

Tres Agave Tequila Blanco Review

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We recently attended a special event held by our friends at Nirvino where Tres Agave Tequila Ambassador Eric Ruben demonstrated the the fine art of the perfect margarita.  Eric keeps his Margaritas simple: 2 parts tequila, 1 part agave, and 1 part lime juice. Shaken and served on the rocks.

Tres Agave Tequila comes to us from the San Francisco Tequila Bar of the same name. The Company produces their own 100% agave tequila as … Read more

Tequila Avión Review

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We recently had the pleasure to taste Tequila Avión, a new brand produced of Blue Weber Agave found in the highest regions of Jalisco, Mexico. The brand, launched in July, by the founder of MarquisJet, is a labor of love. Not a product of Entourage, the HBO series, where Avión has been featured this season. The folks at Avión met an Entourage producer and the rest is history. It was cool to see Mark Cuban … 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

Give the Gift of Tequila

Why give a boring bottle of wine this year, with so many great spirits out there go crazy. We’ve assembled a variety of fine Tequila for easy gift giving.

Perfect for sipping and savoring, Cabo Uno Tequila will last beyond the holiday party and throughout the holiday season, to be cherished and enjoyed for years to come. Acknowledged as one of the finest 100% blue agave tequilas in the world, Cabo Uno is aged in … Read more

Cabo Wabo Tequila Review

Had a huge shot of this the other night. Maybe it was lack of salt & lime, but I didn’t think that Cabo Wabo measured up to other premium tequilas. Sammy must be hoping that being the “Red” Rocker can add $10 bucks a bottle, but for my money I’d rather drink Patrón!

For more, visit CaboWabo.

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