Mike Morales and Dave Dinius taste and discuss Amorada Tequila Anejo and why it must remain hidden from Dave.
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Aged for a minimum of 18 months in both White Oak and French Cognac and wine barrels. Ample vanilla and oak are prevalent when first sipping this complex Anejo but only linger for several seconds before transitioning into tobacco and caramel. As these flavors dissipate, rich butterscotch takes over and coats the glass.
To the founder of Amorada Tequila, Terray Glasman, tequila is not just another distilled spirit… it is representative of her culture; having many family gatherings with food, drinks and laughter. The beauty of the culture that has been cultivated for many generations fascinated her to a point where she decided to make it an integral part of her life.
Her journey began many years ago, where she met with several distilleries in Mexico in an attempt to find the perfect Tequila – one that would reflect the same passion she felt for it. Having finally secured a relationship with a small family owned distillery whose passion matched hers, they crafted the perfect recipe that would result in the ultra-premium Tequila known today as Amorada, which is made with only 100% Weber Blue Agave and nothing else.
“I may not be the most interesting woman in the world but my Tequila sure is!”
– Terray Glasman, CEO of Amorada Tequila