Sippable Blanco Tequilas

Take your time sipping these blanco tequilas instead of shooting or mixing them. Have some sangrita or an ice cold cerveza on the side to take it to the next level.
May 02, 2017
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    Fruity & Floral
    Carlos Camarena and Dale Sklar join forces to bring us Villa Lobos Tequila. Originally produced for the UK market, there was no way that they could keep a new offering from Carlos Camarena from the US. Produced via old school production methods using only the ripest of agave, it is aged for 6 months in steel tanks after distillation.
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    Herbal & Spicy
    Distilled exclusively from agave grown on Carlos Camarena's family estate, this tequila has been a cult favorite in Mexico for more then 75 years but is a recent arrival in the US. Uniquely, it is distilled to its final bottling proof, rather than being distilled to a higher proof and then diluted with water. "Tapatío", by the way, refers to someone or something from Guadalajara, the Camarena family's ancestral home. (SRP $40)
  • 3
    Released in September 2016, this blanco tequila is San Matias's first tequila made entirely with the tahona process. They use a tahona (large stone wheel) to "gently" crush the cooked piñas which were slow-cooked for 48 hours in brick ovens. The juice is fermented in pine vats before it is double-distilled in copper pot-stills. Bottled unaged at 40% ABV.
  • 2
    Casamigos is a tequila brand created by friends George Clooney, Rande Gerber, and Mike Meldman. They have chosen NOM 1416 (Productos Finos de Agave) to be where this tequila is made and agaves from the Highlands of Jalisco are chosen for distillation. Their blanco rests for 2 months in stainless-steel before bottling at 80 proof.
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    Floral & Mineral
    1 2 3 (to be pronounced “Uno, Dos, Tres”) is a tequila brand that was founded by David Ravandi. It is certified organic by both the USDA and the EU. The unaged “Uno” uses 100% blue agave sourced from the Tequila Valley (Lowlands). The bottles are made from 100% recycled glass, with the labels printed on 100% recycled paper. Soy ink is used for the printing.