Blanco tequila (also known as silver) is unaged or bottled right after the distillation process, making it a clear, uncolored spirit. Unlike an anejo tequila, it does not go through any kind of aging process after distillation. Since it does not age in oak barrels, this tequila gives you the best representation of the blue agave plant flavor.
It is typically distilled from 100% blue agave plant in stainless steel containers. Casa Mexico’s tequila is baked slowly in clay ovens, then naturally fermented and double-distilled to make it a remarkably smooth spirit. This variance of tequila is considered to be the purest form of tequila.
Delicious Alcoholic Drink You Can Make Yourself With Blanco Tequila
Blanco Tequila is a bold-flavored spirit that can be used to mix up various alcoholic beverages that are sure to please your taste buds. Whether you are in the mood for a simple margarita or tequila sunrises, Casa Mexico Tequila will make your cocktail more delicious and enticing.
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Use our online shop to get yourself a bottle of our unaged Casa Mexico Tequila to add to your home bar or liquor cabinet. Everyone will be talking about how smooth our tequila brands are at your next party or celebration.
Reposado is a fine tequila, well balanced between an aged anejo’s complexity and a young Blanco tequila’s tasty flavor. Some may say that it is the best of both worlds. A reposado is aged for 11 months in oak barrels.
This aging is the perfect amount of time to age tequila to attain an ideal balance between the notes from the oak barrels and the agave flavor.
It is very fitting that “reposado” means “rested” in Spanish since this tequila gets its deliciousness from having a long, relaxing rest in oak barrels.
How Do They Make It?
In order to make a complex reposado without losing the original agave flavor of silver tequila, we use new American Oak barrels to age our spirit, while other tequila brands may use French Oak barrels. In the process of aging the spirit, glycerin is slowly absorbed from the wood, which generates distinctive flavor notes that compliment the sweet profile of the agave. Aging in the oak barrels also gives this tequila its natural golden color without any artificial color being added.
The Best Way To Drink Reposado Tequila
Thanks to its aging, reposado tequila will develop a delightful flavor profile that you can enjoy served neat (straight out of the bottle). It is well-balanced and also goes well in popular mixed drinks and alcoholic beverages.
The complex flavor of this tequila mixes well in Palomas, Margaritas, Tequinis, Juan Collins, or even used as a tequila substitute for other liquors in well-known cocktail recipes.
Try using our Casa Mexico Reposado Tequila as a substitute for whiskey or cognac in a classic Manhattan by adding a bit of dry and sweet vermouth and viola!
Anejo to tequila is like bourbon is to whiskey. This tequila is thoroughly aged in oak barrels for at least a year to earn its name as an anejo. It is from this aging that the anejo gets its distinct, spicy, and warm flavor.
Due to aging, an anejo is great for sipping straight instead of mixing in a cocktail. The traditional Mexican style of drinking this tequila is in a rocks glass with the rim lined with salt and a lemon wedge to garnish.
Although Casa Mexico makes several different types of tequila, we do not currently produce a Joven tequila, mezcal, or extra añejo tequila.
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