Patron Silver Tequila
Crystal clear color. Fruits & citrus aromas. Smooth & sweet taste. Light pepper finish. Patrón Silver tequila is the perfect ultra-premium white spirit. Using only the finest 100 percent Weber blue agave, it is handmade in small batches to be smooth, soft and easily mixable. This light, crystal clear tequila with fresh agave aromas and hints of citrus is a favorite of tequila connoisseurs worldwide, and mixes flawlessly into most any cocktail. Each bottle is individually crafted by a glass artisan from recycled glass and is hand-numbered. Color: Crystal clear. Aroma: Fruit & citrus. Taste: Smooth & sweet. Finish: Light pepper.
Wine EnthusiastHoney scent and super-peppery flavor, with some heat in the back of the throat. This lively Tequila would be best mixed with ice and juices, since it's crying out for sweetness to mitigate the burn.
Aha Yeto Blanco TequilaAppearance: Crystal Clear Aroma: Bold, agave aromatics. Perfume like floral quality, complimented by citrus and pineapple Palate: Crisp, smooth entry with a slight creaminess to the mid-palate. Butterscotch and wet earth ensues Finish: Peppery and pineapple-y, the finish is round and without harshness Other important technical and production information: All of Aha Yeto's tequilas are crafted through copper pot distillation. The bottles are hand blown glass, and each lot is noted on the bottle.
Cazadores Anejo Tequila100% Blue Agave, aged no less than 12 months, in new, small, American white oak barrels. The authentic, smooth flavor, comes from at least one year of aging in oak barrels. Best enjoyed as a sipping tequila.
Sauza Tres Generaciones AñejoThis Anejo (aged) tequila is considered the crowning achievement of the Sauza family distillery. Its delicate, natural, amber hue comes from more than three years aging in once-used bourbon barrels. The richness of 100% estate-grown blue agave is imparted with the subtle flavors of the hand-charred oak over its long resting period, giving it a smoky, smooth finish like no other.
Cabrito Blanco TequillaCabrito (Kid Goat) Tequila Blanco is a premium pour for its value. This 100-percent Agave Reposado is the seventh ranked brand in Mexico, as well as the No. 1 in volume in the 100-percent Agave category for the country. Born in Mexico's prestigious Arandas, Jalisco Tequila region, this quality drink makes its presence pleasanty known by its slightly sweet flavor revealing hints of caramel and camomile extending into a medium- length finish.
Patron XO CaféPatrón XO Cafe is a dry, low-proof coffee liqueur that's a blend of Patrón Silver and the essence of fine coffee. It's excellent for sipping, mixed in cocktails or as a dessert ingredient. Color: Dark, rich brown. Aroma: Fresh coffee, chocolate & vanilla. Taste: Fresh roasted coffee with notes of chocolate & light tequila. Finish: Smooth, yet dry.
Scorpion Mezcal ReposadoAppearance: Oak amber color in the bottle. If it was maple syrup it would be a medium amber - It is a beautiful thing! On swirling, it leaves a very light coating on the glass which belies its viscosity. Sitting in the glass it looks like a small puddle of sap or nectar. First Impression: Smoky and more understated and delicate than the Scorpion Silver. Dry, with a bouquet of lime, citrus, and cucumber - salt, and savory herbs, and on more warming: char, creosote, some spiciness. The oak aging even at only 6 months shines through. Taste: Dry and sweet at the same time somehow, with citrus, leather, dry smoke and lime, hints of cardamon, nutmeg. It is resinous on the tongue and mouth feel, whispers down the throat and then leaves a rather delicate warming considering the 80 proof. It has a smokey, spicy aftertaste like a mesquite campfire. This is amazingly complex stuff- very smooth and too easy-to-drink.
Don Julio 1942 Tequila NVCelebrated in exclusive cocktail bars, restaurants and nightclubs, the iconic Don Julio 1942 is the choice of connoisseurs around the globe. This special release tequila was created to celebrate the 60th anniversary (2002) of Don Julio founding his distillery when he was 17 in 1942. Produced in small batches and aged for a minimum of two and a half years, What sets 1942 apart is that its distilled a second time in a smal pot still this is where it gets it level of complexity. The process begins by hand selecting Agave plants that take seven to ten years to mature. The Agave is then slowly roasted for 70 hours in traditional masonry ovens and double distilled in a special alambique. This limited edition Tequila is crafted from the finest Agave and aged until it reaches the most extraordinary levels of flavor and character. Color: Brilliant golden hue. Nose: Rich, sweet aromas of caramel and toffee layered with a fresh vanilla fragrance and hints of red fruits like cherry mixed with caramel and almonds. Chocolate tones along with cinnamon and a light touch of wood. Taste: A silky, smooth character that coats the palate with roasted agave and vanilla flavors, sun-ripened tropical fruits and spiced undertones to create a wonderfully unique tequila experience. Finish: Beautiful, sweet agave-laced finish with lingering hints of oak and rich vanilla essence.