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Tequila Features and Reviews

Spice up your night with El Jimador Tequila Blanco! Perfectly paired with chips and guacamole

There are many types of tequilas, from clear blancos to dark brown anejos, but they are all made from the blue agave, a plant that takes eight to twelve years to ripen. Read our reviews to find the best selections of this exclusively Mexican spirit.



FARM-TO-TEQUILA
A Visit to Casa Herradura
How is Tequila made? What is blue agave? We went to Jalisco, Mexico and saw firsthand how Casa Herradura makes Tequila from the field to the bottle.

A jimador in Herradura’s blue agave fields


The Jose Cuervo Distillery in Tequila, Mexico
TOURING TEQUILA
Tequila, Mexico Photo Gallery
Explore the landmark town of Tequila, Mexico, where the popular spirit was born. Take a photo tour of the Jose Cuervo Distillery, agave fields during harvest time and more.

Casamigos Tequila comes in Blanco and Reposado styles
George Clooney and Rande Gerber Launch Casamigos Tequila
Clooney in bed with Cindy Crawford? And her husband? It's all part of an ad campaign for Casamigos Tequila, which Clooney is launching with Crawford's spouse Rande Gerber.

Gran Patron Burdeos, one of our Top 10 Tequilas
100 PER CENT BLUE AGAVE
Top 10 Tequilas
While many people enjoy their tequila followed by chasers or mixed in a margarita, we prefer to sip ours straight. Check out our selection of premium tequilas.


More Tequila Reviews

Agavero Tequila Liqueur
Casamigos Tequila
Don Eduardo Reposado Tequila
El Diamante del Cielo
El Grado Añejo Tequila
Familia Camarena Tequila
Gran Centenario Rosangel Tequila

Gran Patrón Burdeos
Herencia de Plata
Jose Cuervo 250 Aniversario
Maestro Dobel Tequila
Milagro Unico Tequila
Partida Agave Nectar
Tequila Tezon
Tequila Ocho

Spirits
Top 10 Spirits

 
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Celebrate the arrival of spring with the season's finest special releases, including a grapefruit DIPA, a smoked beer and a sour saison ale.

Enjoy the recent rye Renaissance by downing these fine whiskeys straight or hearken back to their heyday and mix them in an Old-Fashioned.