Tequila
Anejo Tequila Article
The 12 Hottest New Añejo Tequilas for 2014   February 25, 2014

For a tequila to be classified as an añejo, it must by law have been aged in oak barrels—typically charred American oak barrels—for a minimum of a year up to a day less than three. More>>

Tequila and Mezcal Cocktails Article
2014 Recipe File: Tequila & Mezcal Cocktails   February 25, 2014

Tequila and mescal cocktails often bring about thoughts of warmer weather so give your customers a little hope and wishful thinking with some of these delicious beverage recipes.More>>

Tequila Article
Tequila Learns A Lesson From Whiskey   October 29, 2013

Barrel finishes have been tried with great success in Scotland, Kentucky and Canada for years. Only recently has the trend been tackled in Mexico, and now Herradura is back with their second try. It's a sign of changes in Jalisco. More>>

Pink Lion for National Tequila Day Article
Frozen or On the Rocks for National Tequila Day?   July 24, 2013

National Tequila Day is today, July 24th, so we have put together a list of drink recipes with, you guessed it...tequila! More>>

Tequila Cocktail from Mayahuel Article
Tequila, Anyone?   July 1, 2013

Many bar-goers are saying yes to tequila, as this 76-80 proof agave-based distilled beverage is being incorporated into menus way beyond tequila bars and Mexican restaurants.More>>

Chipolte Margarita Article
Chipotle Throws Down The Margarita Gauntlet   April 29, 2013

Today, the popular fast casual chain launches its all fresh Margarita program. What will the impact be?More>>

Tequila Sunrise Article
Hot New Tequilas for 2013   December 18, 2012

It should come as no surprise to industry observers that tequila sales are red-hot. It continues to be the fastest growing category of spirits. So, here’s our take on the top contenders.More>>

Tequila Article
Magnificent New Añejo Tequilas   October 9, 2012

World-class añejo tequilas are often described as noble, elegant and sophisticated. By law, these spirits are aged in oak barrels—typically charred American oak barrels—for a minimum of a year and up to a day less than three.More>>

Tequila Article
Sizzling New Blancos    August 28, 2012

The surest way to assess the attributes of a tequila, mezcal, sotol or bacanora is to sample the distiller’s blanco, or unaged version. So in case you’ve missed the initial fanfare over their release, here is our take on new blancos destined for the fast track. More>>

Manny’s Sparkler Article
Celebrating National Tequila Day   July 18, 2012

National Tequila Day on July 24, means paying homage to a spirit that tastes just as good alone as it does mixed with fresh juices and liqueurs. More>>



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