Siete Leguas Reposado

From TequilaGringo.com We were pretty excited to try this tequila after having enjoyed the anejo, and it was excellent, even if just a step short of it’s vaunted sibling. It’s a beautiful, pale, golden color for a repo. Interestingly, we found smoke in the taste, something we haven’t seen in too many repos. The rest…

Fortaleza Blanco

From Tequila Gringo: Here’s a great old school tequila. Stone crushed, just how they used to do it. Much more laborious than the way most tequilas are made today, but damn if the old way didn’t produce a better tequila. They take 8 yr old agave plants (8-10 is pretty typical) and cook for 33…

Casa Noble Extra Anejo

TequilaGringo.com:  Let’s just start with, “wow”. We were already huge huge fans of the five year, so we came into this with high hopes. The bottle is a very similar design to the 5 year, but with silver accents where on the 5 year there’s gold. Each bottle is also numbered and signed in a…

How to Taste Tequila Like a Pro

So, you wanna start figuring out which tequilas you like – well there’s only one way.  Fortunately, the way to do it is pretty damn fun.  It’s a lot like wine tasting if you’ve ever done that, only tasting 4 of em is effectively 4 shots so I recommend hiding the car keys, and I…