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- Title Tequila! - Best Of Sauza-Song-Contest
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Sauza Tequila is made from 100% agave. Browse the tequila selection including reposado, añejo, sparkling, blue silver, silver, and gold tequila. But what you’ll find in every bottle of Sauza® is the most natural, fresh, crisp agave flavor possible. Sauza® Signature Blue Silver. 100% agave tequila complemented by herbal notes. Sauza® Signature Blue Reposado. 100% agave tequila that features an extra hint of cooked agave and vanilla. Enjoy crisp, refreshing agave flavor.
Best New-Brand Tequila: Siembra Azul Valles Blanco. Best Tequila to Taste Terroir: Tequila Ocho La Magueyera. Mezcal – A spirit made using various types of agave, which is cooked in a pit underground and traditionally mashed using wooden mallets. All tequila is mezcal, but not all mezcals are tequila. Blue Agave – A succulent native to Jalisco, Mexico. He’s not allowed to use the Sauza name anymore –a Spanish corporation bought the distillery and its name in 1976 - but he still owns some of the original family lands. It’s 100-percent tahona-milled. Guillermo was going to do the same thing Patrón does, where they make a blend using some agave that was tahona-milled and some that went through the more modern mechanical shredder.
Some of the best tasting tequila options are not the most expensive on the shelf as our top pick list will show you. Traditionally, this spirit is enjoyed as a sipping drink. No salt, no lime, no shots in sight. This tequila made from 100% agave is one of the best tequilas for 'beginners' as it has heavy aromatic and citrus flavours which leave a pleasant aftertaste and smoothness in your mouth. This is the perfect tequila for adding to a classic Margarita and although it's not the best tasting in the eyes of a Tequila connoisseur, for those who are entering into the world of tequila this is a decent quality spirit for those who aren’t too keen on drinking spirits neat.
What Makes a Tequila Exceptional. According to the law, to bear the name tequila, a spirit must be made in the region outside of Guadalajara, or in segments of four various Mexican states. For it to be good, it must be 100% Blue Agave, though this is split into several categories: Tequila Silver, Blanco, Plata, White; Tequila Platinum; Tequila Gold, Joven – Oro; Tequila Reposado; Tequila Añejo – aka extra aged between one and three years – and Tequila Extra Añejo – aka extra, extra aged, which is a relatively new category that is anything aged more than 3 years.
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Sauza tequila will release three spiked Sauza Agua Fuerte Tequila sparkling waters made with Sauza Silver Tequila, just in time for summer park hangs, BBQs, and the need for some darn refreshment from the heat. Designed to be sipped from Champagne flutes not shot, within weeks of coming to market Tequila Enemigo was already winning awards. We spoke with the brand's 28 year-old co-founder and co-director Robin Clough to understand more about the story behind the brand and where they're looking to take it. forbes.
While Tequila Fortaleza was officially founded in 2005, owner Guillermo Sauza comes from a long line of tequila makers. In 1873, his her Don Cenobio founded the Jalisco distillery that would later become famed Sauza Tequila Import Company. To Sauza’s dismay, his grandfather sold the family business in the 1970s. Now, with Fortaleza, Sauza returns to his roots making authentic tequila: traditional methods include using a Tahona stone mill to crush agave, and small copper-pot stills to distill the agave. Goza Tequila Reposado. Goza Tequila ReposadoMatt Taylor-Gross.
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