Tequilas

Handcrafted Spirit And Availability

Tequila is a handcrafted spirit and, as such, is subject to availability. We regret if a particular selection is temporarily unavailable. We would be pleased to help you find a new favorite.

Brands We Carry

1800, 100 Años, 7 Leguas, Asombroso, Avion, Azulejos, Cabo Wabo, Casamigos, Casa Noble, Cazadores, Chinaco, Clase Azul, Corralejo, Cuervo Tradicional, Don Julio, Herradura, Hornitos, Hornitos Black Barrel, Jimador, Maestro Dovel, Milagro, Ocho, Partida, Revolucion, Sauza Blue, Sauza Tres Generaciones, Patron. 

Plata (Silver) 8.00

Also called blanco, is tequila as it comes from distillation. Silver tequilas are marked by flavors of pepper, spice, herbs and citrus.

Reposado (Rested) 10.00

Aged in wood barrels from two to twelve months. The wood imparts nuances of caramel and butterscotch.

Añejo (Aged) 12.00

Aged in oak casks for a minimum of one year. The oak imparts an amber color and woody flavor.

Extra Añejo & Reserva (Premium)

Tequila that has been aged for at least three years in oak. These sipping tequilas compete with the best cognacs and brandies of the world.


Azulejos 25.00

Casa Dragones 50.00

Cuervo Reserva de Familia 30.00

Clase Azul 25.00

Corralejo 25.00

Don Julio 1942 30.00

Don Julio Real Añejo 35.00

Gran Centenario 50.00

Gran Marnier Cuvee du Centenaire 25.00

Herradura Suprema 50.00

Hijos de Villa 25.00

Jimador Limitada 20.00

Patron Gran Burdeos 50.00

Patron Gran Patron Platino 18.00

XQ 25.00

Agave, Tequila & Mezcal

Agave

The agave is not a cactus as rumored, but belongs to the  Lily family. The Weber Blue Agave plant takes 8-12 years to reach  maturity and canweigh up to 200 lbs.

There are more than 200 known varieties of agave. Agave is a genus of monocots native to the hot and arid regions of Mexico and the Southwestern United States. Some agave species are also native to tropical areas of South America.

Every tequila is a mezcal, but not every mezcal is a tequila.

Tequila

Tequila was first distilled in the  1500’s in the state of Jalisco, México. This is where the agave plant  grows best.


Tequila can only be made from Blue Agave plant. There are two basics types of tequila,  100% Blue Agave tequila and Mixto. The 100% Blue Agave Tequilas are  distilled entirely from the fermented of the agave. All 100% blue agave  tequilas have been distilled and bottled in Mexico. The tequila “Mixto”  may have been created from as little as 51% agave juice with other  sugars.


Tequila can be made in five Mexican states:

Jalisco, Michoacán, Guanajuato, Nayarit and Tamaulipas.

Mostly Known Tequila Types

Blanco (Silver) Tequila

100% agave tequila that is unaged and untreated with additives. Served best in margaritas or mixed drinks.


Reposado (Rested) Tequila

100%  agave, “rested” tequila aged in oak barrels between two months and one  year. Drink straight up or in sophisticated cocktails.


Añejo (Aged) Tequila

100% agave, tequila aged for at least 12 months in oak barrels. Sip slowly and apréciate like a fine scotch or cognac.


Extra Añejo & Reserva (Premium)

Tequila  that has been aged for at least three years in oak. These sipping  tequilas compete with the best cognacs and brandies of the world.

Mezcal

Technically  speaking, mezcal is any distilled spirit which is made from the agave  plant. Mezcal is a bold spirit with the character of the agave, the  earth, the water, the woods and rocks used to cook it, and the  generation after generation methods leveraged during the production give  mezcal their unique flavor in every drop. Mezcal was first produced around mid-late 1500s. Prior to mezcal, the indigenous people drank  pulque, a fermented beverage made from the sap of the agave plant.  Mezcal can be made from 50 varieties of agave.


Mezcal can be made in eight Mexican states:

Oaxaca, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas, Zacatecas and Michoacán.