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TEQUILA


Blanco ("white") or plata ("silver")

It is a white spirit, either un-aged and bottled or stored immediately after distillation, or aged less than two months in stainless steel or neutral oak barrels.




Joven ("young") or oro ("gold")

Joven is blanco or silver tequila with caramel or food colouring added. If caramel flavouring is used (versus food colouring) to create the 'Gold' colour in the Tequila, the Gold tequila is less harsh when drunk as a 'shot'; as the small amount of caramel flavouring slightly tones down the harshness of the liquid in the mouth and throat; when compared to the silver or blanco tequila.

Reposado ("rested")

It is aged for a minimum of two months to less than a year in oak barrels of any size.




Añejo ("aged" or "vintage")

It is aged for a minimum of two months to less than a year in oak barrels of any size.




Extra Añejo ("extra aged" or "ultra aged")

This variant is aged for a minimum of three years in oak barrels.

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