Largely dependent on U.S. bars and restaurants, Mexico’s craft distilleries are in trouble, and trying to find new ways to connect with consumers.
Lou loves to talk about the 10-year Arette Gran Clase Extra Añejo, 110 proof tequila.
Instead of sampling tequila in its birthplace, I reached out to six of the top tequila experts in Mexico to unearth their favorites.
Last year was a busy time in the tequila world. Here's what we expect to see in 2020, and beyond.
VinePair asked bartenders around the country which bottles and brands aren’t getting the love they deserve.
Blind tastings are the best way to find out what you really like, free of marketing hype, bias, and previous experiences. They also give you the opportunity to experience tequila in a whole new way—using only your senses.
This video produced by Mexican Tequila company, Tequilla Arette, takes you behind the scenes as they skillfully produce the alcohol. The cinematography and alluring voiceover expose a side of tequila you've most likely never seen or imagined.
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.
This year the list is peppered with 100% agave brands that talk of terroir, single estates and tahona wheels. Now recognised selling points, these would have been confusion points in years gone by.