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Kimo Sabe Named Official And Exclusive Mezcal Of SXSW

Kimo Sabe, the new face of mezcal, has signed a three-year deal to become the official and exclusive mezcal sponsor of SXSW. The deal commences with this year's South By Southwest® Conference, where Kimo Sabe will hold numerous high-profile activations, including hosting numerous happy hour...

Grand Mayan Tequila Names M.S. Walker United States Importer

M.S. Walker has today announced its appointment as the U.S. importer for Grand Mayan Tequila. Based in Guadalajara, Mexico, Grand Mayan's portfolio of very special, premium, 100% Blue Agave tequilas are meant to be enjoyed on any occasion that calls for a smooth crafted spirit or a refreshing...

A Celebration of AGAVE AND EEEEEATS

Every foodie knows a thing or two about sharing their favorite food and drink experiences with the social world, but there's something even more special about sitting with a group of individuals and sharing food, together. In celebration of all things delicious, delectable, mouth-watering and...

US Spirit Company Kimo Sabe Building Bridges With Mexico

Zacatecas, Mexico Governor Alejandro Tello Cristerna announced today an agreement with Kimo Sabe, the award winning Mezcal, to create sustainable, organic, varietal agave ecosystems in Zacatecas, which will be able to supply the necessary natural ingredients for Mezcal, the world's fastest growing...

Patrón Tequila Announces Global Search for 2017's 'Margarita of the Year'

Today is International Margarita Day, aptly named because the popularity of this holiday's namesake cocktail continues to accelerate across the world. So to celebrate this worldwide occasion, today marks the launch of Patrón Tequila's 2017 global search for the "Margarita of the Year."

Padre azul Tequila Launches in the US

Padre azul Tequila, owned by beverage company Tradition Mexico, is now imported to the United States by Park Street Imports, with current distribution in the Georgia Market. Padre azul Tequila is the number-one specialty tequila in many global markets and currently sold in over 16 countries.

Latest Reviews

Thursday, March 16, 2017 Simon Blanco
So I bought a new bookcase recently...the idea behind it was to make more of a display of my tequila collection. Books? Don't be daft. The result of all this was that I found bottles that had been tucked away behind others that I'd really been meaning to sit down and review. Don Alvaro Tequila Blanco is just one of the many that will be making their way online in the not too distant future. Okay, let's get the official description out of the way, and then we'll get in to it: Don Alvaro Tequila Blanco exudes a brilliant silver color, distinctive fresh aroma, clean crisp flavor and spicy smooth finish. Carefully handcrafted from one of the Cetto family's original recipes, it is perfect for the most refined and exacting palates.
Sunday, June 08, 2014 John Extra Añejo
Originally released in the year 2000 to celebrate the new millennium, under the name 1800 Tequila Edicion del Nuevo Milenio, 1800 Tequila have this year (2014) released a second edition of this cognac-finished extra anejo to compete in the 'ultra-premium' market that seems to gaining consumer interest at the moment. Sporting an elegant pyramid-shaped bottle, deviating from the classic 1800 bottle design, and package in a tall rectangular box that opens in a clam style movement this tequila certainly puts out the luxury feel.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 Simon Blanco
I get excited about most new bottles of tequila than come to the office, but from the moment this bottle of Chamucos Tequila Blanco Especial arrived I was desperate to get it open and get at that sweet agave juice inside. The quirky design of the cardboard box containing the the bottle reflects just how much thought and time has gone in to packaging alone. Adorned with a hand drawn pop-out devil (or Bogey Man if your translate Chamucos to English) you just know that if as much thought and care has gone in to the contents inside of the bottle...there is no way you could be possibly disappointed.