Jose Cuervo Especial Reposado Tequila, 70cl

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Jose Cuervo Especial Reposado Tequila, 70cl

Jose Cuervo Especial Reposado Tequila, 70cl

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Agave harvesting: When ready to be harvested, the spiny leaves and roots are cut off the main plant body, called the agave heart or piña, which goes to processing. Like champagne, tequila production is a closely guarded secret and must be made and bottled within a specific area in Mexico. It can only be made from blue agave (unlike smoky mezcal which can be created from over 30 different varieties).

Creation and development : Agence MANIFIK - 9 Impasse de Mont-Louis - 75011 Paris (FRANCE) Tel. 01 70 81 45 85. But first, here's everything you need to know about tequila before buying. What is the smoothest tequila? Tequila blanco (or silver as it’s sometimes called) is clear in colour and unaged. As such you can expect a fresh, agave, citrus-spiked flavour. Reposado

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Reposado tequilas are rested for two months to a year before being bottled, and typically rested in oak barrels. As a result, they have a golden hue. Añejo Each was tried neat and blind, to avoid brand bias, allowing the full flavours — fresh citrus to warming oak — to shine through. They were on the lookout for smooth, easy-drinking styles, with well-balanced sweetness and added complexity. Request for information from MARIE BRIZARD WINE & SPIRITS FRANCE 3 months after receipt of the request The best tequilas are made with 100% agave, but the legal minimum is just 51%, with the rest allowed to be made up by a neutral spirit.

There are over 1300 registered tequila brands floating around the world, from some 150 producers, so curating a selection of the best is no easy task. Nevertheless, we’ve done just that to tell you the best tequila brands to look out for next time you’re at the bar or making yourself a delicious margarita.Añejo, an aged or vintage tequila that is stored in small oak barrels for a minimum of a year, but less than three years Unlike some wines, with their complex classification systems, tequila is simply categorised by age as follows: Blanco

You can obtain confirmation that personal data concerning you are or are not being processed and access this data. Crush the agave: Afterwards, the cooked hearts are crushed to release their sugary juices. This can be done by a mechanical crusher and grinder, or by the traditional way using a volcanic stone wheel called a tahona. Historically, a mule pulled the tahona, but these days an electric motor does the job. In theory, this slower practice of extracting agave nectar that will be fermented and distilled creates a more robust and complex flavor. Each user may make reproductions on paper, only in the case of private copy for non-collective use.In accordance with general data protection regulation and at the Data Protection Actyou can access and obtain a copy of the data concerning you, oppose the processing of these data, have them rectified or have them erased. You also have a right to limit the processing of your data and a right to the portability of this data. a longer retention period is imposed by virtue of a legal or regulatory provision to which the Company is subject.

you exercise, under the conditions provided below, one of the rights recognized to you by the applicable legislation on the protection of personal data; Aged for at least two months, up to one year, here the colour changes to more gold and amber tones. You should find a more well-rounded flavour and smoother finish with sweeter vanilla and oak notes. Anejo

Blanco: Blanco means “white,” but these tequilas are also known as plato (silver) tequilas. These tequilas are bottled right after distillation, or they are rested in wood barrels (both French and American oak barrels are used, but some companies even use old Spanish sherry barrels) for up to 60 days. The flavors and aromas of these tequilas can be herbal, floral, citric, and a bit fruity. Vegetal notes of poblano and green pepper can predominate. Our panel – made up of 10-accredited spirits experts and tequila-loving consumers – put 27 blanco, reposado and anejo tequilas to the test. Agave plants only have one piña, and plants take around seven years to mature. Because of that, tequila-making can be a very difficult and time-consuming business. What are the different types of tequila? Blanco



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