Archive for the ‘Blanco’ Category

T1 Tequila Uno Selecto

Tasting Tequila Uno with Germán González (5)

Tequila Uno–Selecto Germán González, distiller of T1 Tequila Uno and Tears of Llorana, shares his views on T1 Selecto, and how he balances alcohol and water to obtain the right amount of agave elements. Selecto Flavor Notes Hand selected maduro (mature) agave goes into this blanco at just the right ABV (alcohol by volume) to release an […]

Tequila Peñasco Plata Review by Steve Coomes

As an old journalist, I fancy myself a decent researcher, but gathering good intel on Tequila Peñasco is difficult. Its website is buggy and provides scant information about what appears to be a young brand. The oldest press releases there date back to 2013 and its distribution in the American market is only to seven […]

Guest Review of Pura Vida Silver Tequila by Jerry Nettik

Jerry was the first brave soul to submit a guest review for Tequila Aficionado and earn himself a Vinturi Spirit Aerator.  We have a feeling he’ll be tasting a lot more tequilas with it once it arrives on his doorstep!  Want to submit a review of your own?  We’d love to read it!  Click here […]

Suerte Blanco

Suerte Blanco Review & Tasting Notes

The Spanish word “Suerte” translates to “luck.” The bottles of all three Suerte expressions are decorated with a marketing-friendly rabbit designed by a tattoo artist in a native Mexican (Aztec/Mayan) style. It’s accompanied by a Partida/spirit bird-style origin story. This time, tequila was discovered by a farmer’s wife who saw a rabbit getting tipsy on […]