"Don Julio is one of the most iconic tequila brands in the world today, and their 1942 bottling is especially unique. Expect dark chocolate, caramel, vanilla, tobacco leaf, green tea, and a soft, smooth and silky mouthfeel/texture."
"Vida is the flagship product from Del Maguey, designed for easy sipping and mixing. Expect a big hit of barbecue smoke, dried meat, citrus and bold fruit notes on the palate. A delectable, versatile, and thoroughly enjoyable tipple."
"Named “World’s Best Tequila” by Forbes and the Ultimate Spirits Challenge, Ocho Blanco is a favourite of tequila aficionados and bartenders across the world. Cooked agave, honey sweetness, white pepper, crisp minerality, and lively citrus notes."
"Sherry cask aging is not common in the tequila world. Patrón Añejo Sherry Cask shows that this aging technique, most likely borrowed from Scotch whisky, can be applied to tequila with great result. Good segue into the tequila category for sherried..."
"Fortaleza is a favourite of tequila aficionados the world over. This tequila is produced in a small batch manner/fashion, right down the the handblown bottles. A great example of 100% tahona-milled tequila."
"Tequila Ocho aims to retain as much agave flavour as possible in their aged expressions. Note the light colour in Ocho’s aged expressions: this is natural colour from the barrel – Ocho is one of the few 100% additive-free tequilas in the market."
"Tapatio’s soft, round, fruity and sweet flavour profile is considered characteristic of the Highlands of Jalisco, the region from which all of the agaves for production are sourced. Enjoy this tequila neat or as the base in a Margarita. "
"Tequila Ocho’s goal is to keep a balance between agave flavour and wood notes. Rich cacao, coffee, cooked agave, make this tequila the perfect post-prandial sipper, with or without a dessert (I’d recommend this paired with a dark chocolate mousse)."
"An innovative release within the mezcal category, the dry coffee notes plays beautifully off of the mezcal’s subtle smoke flavour. Works equally well sipped neat or as the base in cocktail – try it in a Mezcal & Tonic (sounds unusual but trust me,..."
"The tobalá is a very special agave variety, and this mezcal is best enjoyed sipped and savoured. Big and bold, expect mineral, vegetal and earthy flavours. Great value for money for a top-quality distillate. Limited production, so get it while you..."
"Originally created around 2012, Curado Blue Agave was the first tequila to infuse the distillate with pieces of cooked agave. The infusion adds sweetness, colour, and even more cooked agave flavour. A true innovation within the tequila world."
"The infusion adds sweet cooked agave flavours, as well as vegetal notes and hints of smoke from the pit-roasted Cupreata agave used for the infusion. The Cupreata agaves are sourced from Michoacán, one of the few states that allow both tequila and..."
"One of my all-time favourite mezcals, expect a big hit of fruit accompanied by green vegetal notes (think grilled green peppers) and subtle smoke. All the flavours are well integrated and balanced in this superb ensamble mezcal."
"Although purists will assert that mezcal should not be oak-aged, I think Ilegal is a great example of a favourable outcome of aging mezcal. Enjoy it neat, or use it as a base in aromatic cocktail like the Sweet Manhattan or Old Fashioned. "
"A great example of an Añejo tequila that walks the line between retaining the tequila’s agave flavour and overpowering it with too much oak aging. Tapatio Añejo is a great addition to your home tequila selection, both for neat sipping as well as a..."
"The agave notes in Fortaleza are bold enough to be able to withstand heavy oak aging, resulting in a tequila that is still able to balance vanilla, sweet spice, and tannins from the wood with cooked agave notes."