Lunazul is estate-grown, small-batch Tequila distilled and bottled at Tierra de Agaves state-of-the-art facilities in Jalisco, Mexico. Lunazul Añejo is 100% Agave Tequila, bottled at 80 proof and aged for 18 months.
100% blue agave, aged no less than 12 months, in new small, American white oak barrels. The authentic, smooth flavor, comes from at least one year of aging in oak barrels. Best enjoyed as a sipping tequila.
Sauza 100 Anos Blanco is crystalline and bright in color with silver shades. There is a subtle cooked agave aroma, fruity and fresh body, and a moderately bitter finish.
Deep amber. Inviting aromas of cinnamon and butterscotch. Soft hints of caramelized oak balanced with layers of spice and refined dried fruit with a touch of red berries. Smooth vanilla and a hint of clove.
Jose Cuervo Cinge is a blend of Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila and an infusion of the finest cinnamon & other natural flavors. Perfect for a spicy and fiery shot of cinnamon and citrusy blanco tequila.
Fruity and citric, a touch smokey and slighty woody. Sweet, slightly honeyed flavor with a smokey hint of black pepper. Aged for 6 months in white American oak ex-bourbon barrels.
Sauza 100 Anos Reposado - Rich in color, and rich in taste, this reposado contains hints of agave, oak, and spice. Great for drinking straight and blended in a margarita or other cocktail.
Smooth, fresh, sweet, American oak, vanilla, butter, mushroom, fresh fruits, very light spice notes of ginger, light caramel, long-lasting taste, cooked agave, citrus, balanced alcohol note.
Crystal clear. Fresh citrus and crisp agave. Opens up with a rich complexity driven by notes of coconut and fresh citrus with a hint of lime. Warm brown spice and vanilla finishing with unparalleled smoothness.
Crafted with true Mexican spirit, Exotico® 100% Agave Tequila is especially for the true aficionado or master mixologist.
Lunazul Blanco has a spicy nose and hints of hot pepper combined with a very smooth mint eucalyptus freshness.
100% blue agave and 100% estate grown in the Los Altos region east of Jalisco. This Blanco was introduced in Mexico in November 2003.