Tequila, probably Mexico’s most recognized beverage worldwide, is a distilled liquor from Jalisco, made from blue agave plant, mainly in the surrounding areas of the beautiful town of Tequila, 40 miles northwest of Guadalajara.
Also known as silver. Its main characteristic is that it’s colorless, bottled almost right after being distilled. It contains soft notes with a citric taste.
Similar to silver tequila, but in this case, the liquor rests in oak barrels for 2 months. This type of barrel provides a light woody flavor to the body of the beverage. The key is not letting it sit in the barrels more than a year.
This version is aged for more than a year, letting it mature in brand new barrels. They are usually 3 years old, with a strong oaky taste.
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