Sometimes tequila is distilled and bottled. Sometimes tequila is matured in oak barrels. The more time it sits in the barrel, the more dark it gets and the more flavor explosion you experience.
Has the most raw natural tequila 'bite'. This is a more harsh taste compared to the aged tequila.
Never sees the inside of a wood barrel, which is why it’s white.
Develops sweetness from sitting in a wood barrel and has less of the 'bite' you taste in the blanco.
Turns to a yellow/gold color. Different brands have varying shades of this yellow color.
Develops even more sweetness with the extended barrel time. Matures with hints of caramel honey type flavors.
Turns to a dark yellow, orange, or light brown color.
Develops a highly unique flavor profile and silky smoothness.
Some extra añejos are filtered and/or redistilled. This removes the color it gets from the barrel, as well as adds extra flavor & silky smoothness.
Excellent cost for quality value tequila. Enjoyable straight with some practice.
Has a really nice full taste on the sweeter side. Loses a lot of the tequila bite. An excellent choice for the whiskey drinker.
Not your average tequila. This is a blend of reposado, añejo, and extra-añejo tequilas. The end result is absolute deliciousness.
Double filtered for an incredibly smooth and flavorful experience. A favorite of Mexicans!
An extra añejo with a wonderful flavor profile. Lots of natural tasting sweetness from it's long aging process mixed with the tequila flavor we all know and love.
This bad boy goes down real smooth. It's a very unique flavor that other brands can't touch.