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Sipping off the Cuff: Ambhar Tequila Reposado

Ambhar Tequila AMBHAR is the name of our legacy and the label of perfection. The name suits our spirits perfectly and matches the natural color of tequila. Like the precious gemstone appreciated for its antiquity, our tequila is comparable to a valuable treasure as a beverage that is highly appreciated as part of Mexico’s rich, […]

Sipping off the Cuff: Demetrio Tequila Reposado, Take 2

Revisiting Demetrio Tequila Mike & Alex revisit @DemetrioTequila Reposado after major changes to the brand Click To Tweet Sipping Off The Cuff™ Sipping Off The Cuff™ began as an audio podcast in 2006 and is Tequila Aficionado’s first and longest running tequila review program. Sipping Off The Cuff(TM) is broadcast every Friday (and occasionally Tuesdays) […]

Sipping off the Cuff: Demetrio Tequila Blanco, Take 2

Mike & Alex revisit @DemetrioTequila Blanco after major changes for the brand Click To Tweet   Sipping Off The Cuff™ Sipping Off The Cuff™ began as an audio podcast in 2006 and is Tequila Aficionado’s first and longest running tequila review program. Sipping Off The Cuff(TM) is broadcast every Friday (and occasionally Tuesdays) on YouTube and […]

Sipping off the Cuff: Goza Tequila Anejo

In this episode of Tequila Aficionado’s Sipping off the Cuff, Mike Morales and Alex Perez taste and discuss Goza Tequila Anejo.     Goza, Atlanta’s only tequila producer, makes headway Courtesy of Atlanta Magazine When Jacob Gluck decided to build a tequila brand, he was living in Washington D.C and working in finance, but he […]

Sipping off the Cuff: Lunazul Blanco

Mike & Alex taste and discuss Lunazul Tequila Blanco and why they feel it is a Brand of Promise.   About Lunazul Blanco Crystal clear, un-aged tequila that allows its 100% agave flavor to shine. This is tequila at its simplest. Tasting Notes Exceptionally smooth and balanced with bright color and silver highlights. Aroma: Refreshing […]

Sipping Off The Cuff: Amaras Mezcal Joven

Mike & Alex taste and discuss Amaras Mezcal/Amores Mezcal Joven and why they feel it is a Brand of Promise. The main objective of Mezcal Amaras/Amores is to raise awareness around mezcal and its culture, to inspire through our philosophy and to achieve a broad up-to-date perception of Mexico around the world. For Amores producing […]

Matt Metras Reviews Tequila 21 Silver

Our friend Matt Metras graciously provided a guest review of Tequila 21 Silver for Tequila Aficionado. Have you tried Tequila 21 yet? If so, what did you think of it?  If not, would you try it based on Matt’s review? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!   With observations like “smooth” […]

Barrio Café por Avión at PHX Sky Harbor International Airport.

Barrio Café–A Tequila Oasis

[In an industry of cookie-cutter airport cantinas, it was refreshing to experience a little bit of the local flavor at Barrio Café during a recent layover at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport’s Terminal 4.] *Yawn!* Frequent flyers are a highly sought after target market.  Just ask any company that pays top dollar to advertise in in-flight magazines.  They’ll admit that […]

Embajador Tequila Supreme Añejo Review by Steve Coomes

Compared to its siblings, Embajador Supreme Añejo is a big, big brother.  Rested for 18 months—a full 10 months longer than its Premium Reposado—Supreme is a veritable post-grad student compared to its primary school brothers. Yet, for all that age its color is surprisingly pale gold.  Not that color determines everything, but 18 months is […]

Embajador Tequila Premium Reposado Review by Steve Coomes

Premium, the second of three Embajador Tequila offerings can be described as the good middle child of the bunch– Eager to please, never offending, yet losing a tad of its uniqueness sandwiched between its siblings. According to the distiller, it’s rested for eight months in American and French Oak barrels, meaning the final product is a […]

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