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Tequila

Named for its town of creation in Jalisco, Mexico, tequila is an amazingly complex spirit with delicious flavours from smokey, sweet to caramel & everything in between.

Our blanco tequilas are served with a choice of our house made sangrita, a delicious mix of orange, grapefruit & tomato juices with spices, seasonings & jalapenos to add a nice bite.

Alternatively our house made verdita is a sweet & spicy mix of pineapple juice & mint with a few jalapenos added for good measure.

Tequila can only be produced in the state of Jalisco and limited regions in the state of Guanajuato, Michoacán, Nayarit and Tamaulipas. It’s divided into 2 main categories: Lowland and Highland (Los Altos).

The lowlands reflect less sweet, more herbaceous profiles whilst the highlands tend to be more sweeter and floral in flavour due to the blue agaves being larger in size.

Blanco

(PLATA, PLATINO, SILVER, CRYSTAL)

For the tequila purists. Aged for up to 59 days, however predominately not aged at all, most blancos have strong tastes of spiced agave with good acetone burn on the nose.
Almost perfectly clear and served either straight up or in a caballitos to bring out the aroma, this is tequila in its most purist form.

REPOSADO

Reposado can be aged for up to 1 year, with the majority being aged 4-7 moths in oak barrels. Here we start to see more flavours from the aging process. You start to find more spice such as cinnamon, black pepper and vanilla. The flavour will generally be smoother than their blanco counterparts.

AÑEJO

Now we’re getting serious. Añejos are aged from 1 year up to 3 or 4 years in barrels limited to 600 litres. They will impart flavours of caramel, toffee, butterscotch or coffee and possibly even more spice or smoke. The barrels used are a mix of white American oak, French limousin or German oak and this has a huge impact on the flavours attained. Some distilleries use old bourbon casks or char their casks to add different flavours.

EXTRA AÑEJO

A relatively new category that must be aged over 3 years but predominately 4-6 years with huge flavours even more complex. Here we are talking dark chocolate, Christmas cake, sweet caramel or a smoky vanilla warmth depending on your choices. Designed for the connoisseur, or those with some cash to splash. Served with a palate cleanser and spiced fruit for the true appreciation of these fine spirits.

Blanco

Lowlands / Tequila Valley

123

15

1800

10

Arette 101

17

Arette

12

Arette Suave

16

Arte NOM 1549

16

Cabeza

11

Cabo Wabo

12

Corzo

13

El Jimador

9

Fortaleza

16

Frida Kahlo

16

Gran Centenario

16

Herradura

10

Herradura 110 Proof

25

Jose Cuervo

18

Los Azulejos

15

Los Azulejos 'skeleto'

18

Partida

14

Sesion

14

Siembra Valles

15

Reposado

Lowlands / Tequila Valley

123

17

1800

12

Arette

16

Arette Suave

17

Cabo Wabo

12

El Jimador

9

Fortaleza

18

Frida Kahlo

18

Gran Centenario

18

Herradura

13

Herradura Cognac Cask

22

Herradura ‘Banana Infused’

13

Herradura Double Barrel

15

Jose Cuervo Tradicional

12

Los Azulejos

18

Los Azulejos Skeleto

18

Sesion

14

Añejo

Lowlands / Tequila Valley

123

19

1800

13

Arette

19

Arette Suave

35

El Jimador

14

Fortaleza

23

Frida Kahlo

23

Gran Centenario

18

Herradura

14

Los Azulejos

20

Los Azulejos Skeleto

22

Tres Generationes

16

Extra Añejo

Lowlands / Tequila Valley

Arette Gran Clase

33

Herradura ‘Ultra’

25

Herradura ‘Seleccion Suprema’

65

Reserva de la Familia

65

Blanco

Highlands / Los Altos

ArteNOM Selecion 1580

16

Avion

17

Calle 23

11

Casamigos

15

Cazadores

11

Clase Azul

22

Centinela

13

Chamucos

15

Deleón Platinum

15

Don Fulano

13

Don Fulano 100 proof

14

Don Julio

13

Espolon

9

El Charro

13

Excellia

14

Herencia Mexicana

15

Milagro

12

Milagro ‘Barrel Select’

17

Ocho

15

Siete Leguas

15

Tapatio

14

Tapatio 110

20

Tromba

11

Reposado

Highlands / Los Altos

ArteNOM Selecion 1414

17

Avion

18

Calle 23

13

Casamigos

18

Cazadores

11

Chamucos

25

Clase Azul

26

Centinela

14

Deleón Reposado

17

Don Julio

15

El Charro

14

Espolon

10

Excellia

15

Herencia Mexicana

18

Milagro ‘Barrel Select’

21

Ocho

16

Siete Leguas

18

Siembra azul

18

Tapatio

16

Tromba

14

Añejo

Highlands / Los Altos

ArteNOM Selecion 1146

18

Avion

19

Calle 23

16

Casamigos

20

Cazadores

13

Centinela

16

Chamucos

32

Clase Azul

60

Don Julio

18

Don Julio '1942'

25

El Charro

15

Excellia Añejo

16

Espolon

20

Herencia Mexicana

20

Milagro

16

Milagro ‘Barrel Select’

22

Ocho

17

Oro Azul

20

Siete Leguas

18

Tapatio

18

Tromba

17

Extra Añejo

Highlands / Los Altos

El Tesoro ‘Paradiso’

26

Espolon

30

Don Fulano Imperial 5 year

26

Ocho

30

Siete Leguas ‘D’Antano’

55

Siembra Azul

24

Tapatio

40

TAMAULIPAS

Blanco

Chinaco

22

Reposado

Chinaco

24

Añejo

Chinaco

26

GUANAJUATO

Blanco

Casa Dragones

20

Corralejo

14

Reposado

Corralejo

16

Correlejo Triple Distilled

15

Correlejo 99,000 Hors

30

Añejo

Corralejo

18

Gran Corralejo

24

Get to know

Mezcal

For a long time, tequila was essentially a type of mezcal.
While tequila is made exclusively from a single variety of agave tequilana weber azul or blue agave – Mezcal can be made from 28 different species.

They are also made in different regions of Mexico than tequila and the agaves are usually cooked for several days in underground pits lined with hot coals, adding their distinct sweet, smoky character that is utterly unique.

Agave de Cortes Joven

11

Agave de Cortes Añejo

13

Agave de Cortes Extra Añejo

20

Alipus 'San Andres'

16

Alipus 'San Balatazar'

16

Alipus 'San Juan'

16

Amores Espadin Joven

16

Amores Cupreata

18

Amores Reposado

18

Burrito Fiestero

12

Bruxo No.1

15

Bruxo No.2

16

Bruxo No.3

16

Bruxo No.4

17

Del Maguey ‘Chichicapa’

18

Del Maguey Minero

20

Del Maguey ‘San Luis del Rio’

18

Del Maguey ‘Santa Domingo’

19

Del Maguey ‘Tobala’

40

Del Maguey ‘Vida’

14

Derrumbes

16

Don Amado Rustico

16

Don Amado Reposado

17

Eterno Joven

15

Eterno Añejo

20

El Jolgorio ‘Arruqueno’

45

El Jolgorio ‘Barril’

18

El Jolgorio ‘El cuixe’

18

El Jolgorio ‘El Mexicano’

18

El Jolgorio ‘Espadin’

17

El Jolgorio ‘Madrecuixe’

18

El Jolgorio 'Pechuga'

30

El Jolgorio 'Tepeztate'

32

El Jolgorio ‘Tobala’

23

Ilegal Joven

16

Ilegal Reposado

18

Ilegal Añejo

20

Meteoro

14

Mezcal de Leyanda ‘Oaxaca’

16

Mezcal de Leyanda ‘Puebla’

22

Mezcal de Leyanda 'San Luis Potos'

19

Mezcal de Leyanda 'Durango'

20

Mezcal de Leyanda ‘Guerrero’

18

Mezcal Enmascarado 45%

18

Mezcal Enmascarado 54%

23

Mezcal Gin

18

Montelobos

14

Mina Real Silver

13

Nuestra Soledad ‘La Compania’

12

Nuestra Soledad ‘Matatlan’

12

Nuestra Soledad ‘San Baltazar’

13

Peloton De La Muerte

12

Pierde Almas ‘Blue Weber’

21

Pierde Almas ‘Tobaziche’

30

Vago ‘Elote’

19

Vago ‘Espadin’

16

Wahaka ‘Espadin’

16

Wahaka ‘Tobala’

25

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