BEYOND ORDINARY TEQUILA Tanteo® Tequila is the original 100% agave spicy tequila. Tanteo infuses artisanal blanco tequila with fresh peppers by hand in the hills of Jalisco, Mexico. The result is an award-winning artisanal product that is anything but ordinary. Tanteo Tequila 40% ALC. by VOL. Imported by Tanteo Spirits LLC. Miami, FL.
Patron Reposado may be considered an intermediate-aged tequila, compared with the darker, more aged Patron Anejo, which is aged a minimum of 12 months. Taste The aging of Patron Reposado gives it an oaken character, compared with the fresher, clean taste of the unaged Patron Silver.
Tequila Cabeza – $33. Tequila Cabeza is the brainchild of The 86 Co., a group of producers that collaborates with bartenders to create exemplary mixing spirits. At $33 for a 1 liter bottle, Tequila Cabeza is a bargain. This tequila is bursting with straight up agave and some green pepper flavor.
Making the world’s best tequila is all about the details. It’s about doing things the right way. Our recipe is equal parts passion, and skill. It’s why we age our tequilas until they’re ready, and not a moment less. And it’s what pushed us to craft the world’s very first Reposado tequila back in 1974.
8. Cimarron Blanco Tequila – $18 – BEST ON A BUDGET. This tequila offers true bang for your buck. Created by tequila pioneer Enrique Fonseca, Cimarron Blanco is made from agave plants with exceptionally high sugar content. The tequila gleaned really makes a statement: it’s lively and distinct – especially for a blanco. In addition to Tequila Cabeza, this is a great tequila to have at home on hand for whatever.
Long Island Iced Tea recipe at International Bartenders Association A Long Island Iced Tea is a type of alcoholic mixed drink typically made with vodka, tequila, light rum, triple sec, gin, and a splash of cola, which gives the drink the same amber hue as its namesake.
Margaritas are simply too agreeable to ever be out of trend. And we’re pretty happy about that. While store-bought margarita mixers might do in a pinch, for the ideal margarita, use fresh juice, real orange liqueur, and of course, quality tequila. Now, as we mentioned before, the margarita may be a classic, but that doesn’t mean its uniform.
Stir or shake together tequila and orange juice. Fill a chilled 12 ounce glass with ice cubes; pour in orange juice mixture. Slowly pour in the grenadine, and allow it to settle to the bottom of the glass (be patient). Garnish with a slice of orange, and a maraschino cherry ...