One hundred percent. The term seems straight forward enough. You see it listed on labels constantly. But in the case of 100 percent blue agave tequila, you shouldn’t be so sure.
Heads up! Lou says these bottles will be a collector's item soon. He explains why.
Lou talks about El Tesoro Paradiso Extra Añejo, in 90 seconds or less!
Some tequila producers are laying the groundwork for sustainability, but bartenders and conscientious consumers can fight the good fight, too.
Tequila distillers are increasingly using the historic tahona wheel to crush agave and influence the flavor of their spirits.
The first thing you notice upon entering the Distillery La Alteña, set just shy of 6,890 feet above sea level in the highlands of the Mexican State of Jalisco, is the smell...
The revered tequila brand’s master distiller on family, sustainable practices and his quest to preserve tequila’s traditional methods.
Tequila distilleries can differ from each other in many ways. So we used our database to find out which distilleries are creating tequilas that score highest among users of the Tequila Matchmaker app.
Some people, when talking about essential bottles for a well-stocked bar, leave out tequila (unlike, say, bourbon or scotch). Some people think that the only thing tequila is good for is making margaritas. Some people are wrong.