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From the famous tequila producers, Sauza, Tres Generaciones Añejo is aged in American oak for 12 months before bottling.
KAH's Tequila Blanco is sweet and spicy, and comes presented in a white ceramic skull, inspired by the calaveras (sugar skulls) used in Day of the Dead rituals.
A simple gold tequila from the El Torito range, good for cocktails and mixed drinks. El Torito means "The Bull", and as such it's got a rather energetic-looking bull on the label.
A 100% Premium agave, Sierra Tequila Milenario Extra Anejo is double distilled and benefits from the Triple Selection Process at the Distileria Sierra Unidas in Mexico.
Sierra Tequila Milenario Extra Anejo is then aged in holm oak barrels in the old...
This crystal-clear tequila is made from 100% blue agave, without barrel ageing, to select a fresh tequila flavour.
Robust notes of sweet agave, green peppers, citrus and a hint of herbs and spice. Taken together, these notes provide a smooth complex, and prolonged presence.
A bold tequila expression for true tequila lovers.
Guillermo Sauza's family have a rich tequila-making history, with Don Cenobio a key figure in establishing tequila as we understand it today.
The entry-level, unaged edition of Dulce Vida's organic tequila.
This fresh, tequila is made in the traditional way high in the Jalisco mountains of central Mexico. Hand-trimmed blue agave is gently steam-baked and distilled to give this tequila elegant smoothness and a clean flavour.
Sauza's flagship brand, commemorating three generations of family control since the foundation of the company in 1873 and representing the pinnacle of the distiller's achievement.
A triple distilled premium tequila from the folks at Sauza, named for the three generations of their family who have been crafting their tequila since 1873.
Presented in a charming bottle inspired by the traditional Calaveras used in Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations in Mexico, Kah Blanco Tequila would make a haunting handsome addition to
The entry level expression from Feliciano Vivanco's Viva Mexico range. Tasty blanco Tequila, great for using in cocktails and the like.
A good value-for-money reposado Tequila from the Viva Mexico range, produced by Feliciano Vivanco. Rather flavoursome stuff, and should give your cocktails a hearty whack of aged agave awesomeness.
Have you ever looked around your place of residence and thought to yourself, "We need more skulls"?
Blanco Tequila from the Perfectomundo range. Wonderful name, and tasty tequila to boot. It has it all.
This is a blanco tequila from the excellent Arette, bottled at 50.5% ABV.
Made of 100% agave from Los Altos, high up in Jalisco, Mexico, Olmeca Altos Plata is a blanco tequila, perfect for margaritas.
An award winning Reposado, including a gold medal at the International Wine & Spirit Competition. Plus, let's face it, the bottle is pretty spiffy!
Brand new tequila on the market, La Certeza Reposado is an extraordinary reposado with vanilla sweet, cinnamon led spiciness.
Prized for its enticing layers of flavours and softness, Don Julio Anejo is best appreciated when enjoyed neat, over ice or as a mixed cocktail.
Colour: Light amber.
Nose: This alluringly fragrant, aged tequila has a fresh blend of lime, grapefruit...
Agave juice is fermented and they have an alcoholic wash known traditionally as pulque, which is then distilled.At the XQ distillery they use traditional copper pot stills and put the spirit through three times, using only the 'heart' of the distilla...
Fuerte (strong) is a high-strength blanco Tequila from Arette. Big, rich and bottled at 50.5%, this is superb in cocktails.
Dangerous Don claims to be the world's first coffee-infused mezcal. A blend of double-distilled agave spirit and Noam Quiem organic coffee beans from Mexico, this is a uniquely smoky coffee liqueur.
Fortaleza Blanco is made by the fifth generation of the Sauza family. Made using traditional methods, this is exceptional with notes of black pepper, earth and butter.
The Fortaleza range is an top-quality range of Tequilas. The Añejo is aged for 18 months in American oak, resulting in an unrivalled richness and notes of butterscotch, toffee, citrus and hazelnuts.