Open Bar with Alan Camarena of G4 Tequila

Open Bar with Alan Camarena of G4 Tequila https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5OD Mike Morales interviews Alan Camarena, son of Felipe Camarena, nephew of Carlos Camarena and representative of the 4th generation (G4) of tequila makers at El Pandillo distillery.Mike: Hi, you’re watching Open Bar, on Tequila Aficionado Media. I am Mike Morales. This is a special edition of Open Bar, because that young man there is Alan Camarena. Now, if that name sounds familiar to you, we’ve all heard from his father, Felipe Camarena, Ingeniero Felipe Camarena, and his uncle, Carlos. Well, the reason I wanted to talk to you Alan, is because we have heard such great, wonderful things about G4.

Alan: That’s great.

[chuckle]

Mike: And, it is on fire throughout the United States. The guys who are importing this into the US, Shawn and Jeff, those guys have been working their butts off.

Alan: Oh, I know yeah, yeah. They’ve been doing a great job. We’re really proud with our distributors, nobody that we’ve ever dealt with before has actually had such detailed attention with the customers. So, they really have their eyes on what the consumer is craving for, and they’re actually letting us know, so that we have time to prepare for those steps. They’ve been very attentive at actually getting in person to the bars that actually are doing great with our product, and we have been going there, just to talk about what we do and why we pursue it the way that we do it. So yeah, I would extend a thank you to all of the distributors and their team.

[chuckle]

Mike: Yeah, these guys, PRP Enterprises is the importer, the official importer of G4. Now, what’s interesting to me, Alan, is that you have, in our Sipping Off The Cuff last year, Felipe, Ingeniero Felipe, your father, took what we considered, Best In Show, because it is a rare thing to have three distinct brands coming out of the same distillery, with three distinct flavor profiles. And to do as well equally across the board, on the market and… Explain to me a little bit about how you got involved… ‘Cause, you’re also a DJ, right? You do…

Alan: Yeah, yeah, I produce a lot of music, I record, well, I make a lot of beats. But, going back to the tequila though, I’ve been with my father ever since he started building the distillery. So yeah, I’ve had my time to get bored over there and actually analyze everything in-depth. So, we handle a few different brands, although, all of them share the same quality, most of what has come in to play to make them different, that was like more of a necessary difference, or rather, more of a necessary name change for the difference that it made had to do with the water, because it did change the flavor so dramatically when we went from having a really… Well, I would say… It’s hard to say. It’s unfavorable, rainy season, we ran out of rain water and spring water, so we ended up producing our first batch with deep well water that is being pumped from 150 meters underground. So, when that happened is that well, we of course expected some profile change.

Mike: Right, right.

Alan: Because, of the water source. But, we didn’t expect it to be so dramatic. So, when we got to that point, the first thing that I said to my dad was, “Well, we need to change the name of this product.” “Why?” Because we don’t want people to say, “Hey this is not G4 anymore”, like, “What’s going on in there?” And…

Mike: Right. Yeah, because you know how the public is, they like their consistency especially.

Alan: Yeah.

Mike: Especially in the US. You can go to McDonald’s anywhere in the world, and you know what to expect.

Alan: It’s that for me, I accepted that it might feel shady when something like that happens, when you have a profile and you’re used to a profile, and then something else comes up, you can always think the worst.

Mike: Yeah. Yeah, and sadly, that’s the way the public is. There have been other brands who have rested their tequila, not as long, and then because they’re such small batch, that there’s a difference from batch to batch, and so…

Alan: Yeah.

Mike: You know, the Reposado doesn’t taste as good as the last batches, and people kinda, you know. You’ll get differing opinions on every batch.

Alan: Yeah.

Mike: And so, you guys did the right thing. Explain to people about the rain water; you use a combination of rainwater and well water, is that correct?

Alan: Spring water.

Mike: Spring water.

Alan: Yeah. There’s three water sources, one of them is rain, the other one is spring water, and the other one is the deep well. Although, in the G4 profile, we only stuck to… Well, just centering ourselves to the balance between rain water and spring water.

Mike: So, it’s a 50-50, right?

Alan: Yeah.

Mike: Okay.

Alan: For economic reasons, ’cause if you run out of the rain water, just doing like 100% rainwater, then how are you gonna make more G4, if you don’t have any more water to balance it out, right?

Mike: Right. Right.

Alan: While there is some space to play with it creatively, to eventually make like a 100% rainwater profile, we also acknowledge that as being more expensive because we cannot speculate with the rain. You know?

Mike: Yeah.

Alan: It’s always random.

Mike: It’s like trying to figure out the agave pricing. [laughter]

Alan: Yeah, it’s true. It’s true. It’s somehow chaotic, we do not know when people are gonna start offering their agave more cheaper, and… So, we always gotta hold ourselves to what we have immediately. And, try to keep it safe, instead of just sacrificing and try to play for the risks. ‘Cause otherwise, we’re gonna end up with half a batch of what we could have done.

Mike: And, that’s the beauty of what you’re doing, especially with the natural elements involved, the rain water. ‘Cause, having had all three of the profiles that currently that are coming out of El Pandillo, there is a very distinct difference in the flavor profiles. Some people call it a funkiness, with one brand, as opposed to another. First of all, explain to me, how do you feel being the fourth generation? La cuarta generacion, how did that come about? I’m sure you threw around a whole lot of names. So, how did you get your generation on this, and how does that make you feel?

Alan: Well, it makes me feel fine. It makes me feel great. ‘Cause, right now I’m getting a title that, I feel like, a lot of people, even though they deserve, they don’t really get until later on in their life. Right now, we’re getting introduced into it, we’re sliding into it. Although, my dad’s still in charge of most of the decision making in the distillery, we need to respect that, we are advancing ourselves in the ways that we believe, me and my brother, can make the product better.

Mike: Your brother Luiz, right?

Alan: Yeah.

Mike: Okay. So, are you two… You’re not twins, are you?

Alan: No, we’re not twins, he’s five years older than me.

Mike: Okay, so he would, technically… Is G4 for the both of you or for you?

Alan: Yeah. No, it’s both of us.

Mike: Okay.

Alan: Yeah, we are both the fourth generation of distillers in the family.

Mike: Okay. Here’s an interesting question. I know a family of sotoleros. And, of course, it’s a whole different beverage, but they’re a fifth generation, as well. Their a fourth and fifth. And, what they’ve told me is, when the fourth generation distills a batch, and then the fifth generation distills a batch, they say that they can tell the difference between one hand of the maker, and the other. Even though the recipe is the same. Are you involved in the distillation? Do you supervise that, have you done that on your own yourself?

Alan: Yeah, yeah. I’ve been in every step. Although, currently I’m not really involved. I do not get my hands on on the process, but I supervise it.

Mike: Okay.

Alan: So, yeah. Even at very technical details, me and my dad may differ, and we may actually argue about it. It may actually get pretty bad, ’cause you know how generations are, I think my stuff, he thinks his stuff.

Mike: Sure. [chuckle]

Alan: We still manage to get it all packaged. We try to get an element of every part of the discussion, and try to get the best out of each of the sides that we’d debate about. So, I can totally agree how that can happen. A fifth generation noticing that, even at the distillation process only, there can be a different from the fifth to the fourth.

Mike: Yeah.

Alan: Even despite the agave changes, ’cause it always fluctuates. It always tasted a little different, like every plant is still a different person.

Mike: Right. So, it is kind of interesting that you can actually taste the nuances, the differences between a batch that you supervise versus one that Felipe produces. Now, you’re a very young generation, and because you’re a DJ, you’re out in the public a lot, you’re a producer, you do a lot of that stuff, where do you see your generation headed for, when it comes to handcrafted tequila? Tequila quality, like G4, what are your observations in your generation, in your market, your generation your segment?

Alan: My observations, well, they may be a little crude, ’cause well, I see that first hand, but I…

Mike: Hey, yeah, yeah. Well, you’re in the trenches, you’re right there.

Alan: Yeah. The thing is, I don’t really see much of the interest in my generation like regarding tequila, even around the States. There’s so few of us that actually get our hands on it, or even talk about it, like discuss what tequila is about, around my circles and like the people that I know that produce tequila even though I don’t really talk with them that often…

Mike: Right.

Alan: Is that we are very deep in the cave, there is no spotlight down in the cave, it’s just like a endless debate about what’s going on. But, there really is not much of the public interest from Jalisco, regarding what is good about the tequila. There is more of an interest from people that can relate at a spirits level, you know, other people that also make their own distillates, there’s a lot more discussion that is, I would say, wholesome, from that aspect, people from all around the world that they make their own spirit, we can actually get it more in-depth and talk about stuff that we think we feel is much more important. ‘Cause, at a consumer level, a lot of it gets involved like in the marketing, you know?

Mike: Right.

Alan: How many flowers they put in the image of it.

Mike: Right.

Alan: And, all that kind of stuff. When you talk about like the technicals, you can actually get people bored about it, ’cause you’re talking about it in a different language, you know?

[chuckle]

Mike: Yeah, it is, and I can honestly tell you I’m one of those people, whereas, there are people in our circle, like for instance, one of our tasters, Rick Levy, is so into the science and the distillation and the degrees, and to me, ’cause I never took chemistry in high school, it wasn’t a requirement for the high school I was in. So, the chemistry part of it, loses me. For me there’s… And I guess, this is probably the way it is with most people, there are certain aspects of the process that are more interesting to me. For instance, for me, it’s fermentation. I love talking about the fermentation and listening to other people talk about fermentation because to me, that’s where the magic happens.

Alan: Yeah, yeah, I agree, I agree.

Mike: You know…

Alan: I agree, specifically, because we do, we take a long race when it comes to fermentation. We don’t like rushing things up, we don’t want it like as fast as 24-hour fermentation; we would rather wait like five days, and we still use the same strain that my grandfather used to use. So, we do date back to those things, but we also appreciate that there is some subjective value in that. A lot of people, they may not be so much about sustainability; however, there is still a lot of passioning to the crafting of it.

Mike: Right.

Alan: Like, the entire process, even though it may be super rudimentary, sometimes that is what you want, you know? Somebody is willing to pay top buck for something that is like handcrafted at a very difficult level, despite all the challenges that it involved. So, it can be perceived as something entirely different. You’re not just talking about the quality of a product you’re talking about more qualities that we’re involved in making that product that more than just the juice at the end.

Mike: Right. You know there’s lots of aspects that go into a recipe. It really literally is like cooking a souffle, if you mess it up, it’s gonna fall, so you don’t want it… And, in the case of tequila and distillates in general, you mess it up and it’s gonna cost you an arm and a leg.

Alan: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. It will. I mean, there’s always a little bit of a gamble, I mean. [chuckle] I’m sorry, I was thinking about quoting someone, but I don’t think it’s appropriate. Let’s just let it slide.

Mike: Okay.

Alan: There’s a lot of risk when you’re putting articular in a barrel for instance.

Mike: Yes.

Alan: ‘Cause you don’t know where the barrel’s been and you don’t know what kind of life the tree had and how rich it can be in its aromas, and what property you actually asked to the product that you want. So I feel like the consumer and the producer are both in the same race towards finding something that is very special ’cause the consumer may actually acknowledge that one of the products is special before we actually do it, ’cause we’re just making it. By the time it gets out there, we’ll… Sometimes you don’t get to pick, you know, the barrel was always there, you’re not gonna throw that away.

Mike: Right.

Alan: So I feel like when the producer finds out that is special, that they will definitely be like, “Yeah, I’m gonna hold this for myself.” They don’t really wanna give it away that easily, and I feel like it’s the same for the consumer. Sometimes they find something and it’s so bad, they just wanna burn it down.

Mike: Yeah, yeah, yeah. There’s no saving, there’s no saving it not even in a margarita or in a mix. They just… You wanna just dump it. So when getting back to your generational thing, for me, it’s interesting to me, because marketers… I see things from two different aspects, and I always have. One is from the consumer point of view, the average guy that goes to the liquor store. And then from the marketing aspect of it where the spin happens, and I’ve always felt that our job was to help our followers, our consumers, our readers to see beyond the marketing so that they don’t take that as gospel.

Alan: No, and I agree, I agree that we should find a way to make people appreciate things that are transparent.

Mike: Yeah.

Alan: Instead of having them pay for something that is so flashy and so easy to sell because of a back story that is entirely made up.

Mike: Oh, yeah.

Alan: But it can happen. I mean…

Mike: It’s happened lots of times throughout history.

Alan: I feel like it can be… I’m not trying to say that it’s acceptable, but it can be acceptable if you’re looking at it from a totally different angle. Maybe it’s a designer thing. Maybe the one responsible for putting the money and putting the product out there was thinking… Had a completely different vision that it wasn’t really that important for it to have that thing inside. It was more about everything that surrounded it like when they try to sell you the lifestyle which might be something that people would want like, “Ey, this thing is growing to something bigger, it’s starting to grow into festivals,” and this and that. That can actually happen, and I’m not really against that, but I try to sell my product as transparent as possible, not try to put all the covers in that, trying to sell what’s inside. So that’s what I sell, but all other people can sell other things.

Mike: Well, I love that this has the back story is you guys, you and your brother. For anybody who was with us last year, your… Felipe, your father, was with us at El Cholo in Pasadena, and I gotta tell you, he was a big hit, everybody wanted to spend time with him and have him sign their bottles and he’s a rock star.

Alan: Yeah, he tends to have that effect on people. [chuckle]

Mike: Yeah, yeah, he’s… And it was really wonderful because I had a chance to speak to him while we were setting up, and I didn’t even have a shirt on, because it was one of the warm days, it wasn’t… Not like this past year, but the year before was very warm. It was… The Dodgers were in the World Series. It was a big deal. And I’m standing there, helping set up, and I didn’t have my regular shirt on. So when he showed up, he showed up early and we started talking and the next thing I know there were people being let in, you know, we had spent like 40 minutes talking to each other. And it was just, to me, fascinating because I’d met Carlos before and I’d known Carlos for a while, but Felipe was kind of an enigma to me anyway. I know a lot of folks, a lot of the tequila circles that tend to gravitate toward these rock stars had already met him, but I’d never. And some of them have met you, and this is our first time speaking with each other. So, to me, it’s fascinating because you’re, like it or not, you’re the next generation of tequila.

Mike: What I wanted to find out was, you say that your generation, right now as where you’re standing, isn’t as enamored with what’s inside the bottle, so much as maybe an older generations, is that right? Am I reading this correctly?

Alan: Yes and… Well, I feel like it’s become a little difficult to even pursue as… Like, from an advertiser point of view, to try to sell them stuff, because people are very cynical nowadays. They are always thinking you are trying to sell them something before they actually hear the back end of it. But, at the same time, they’re always vulnerable to being bombarded with countless ads.

Mike: Yes. Yes, well there are some tequila producers out there, the big names, they spend more money on measured media, on measured advertising, than they do making their juice.

Alan: Yeah, and it happens. [laughter]

Mike: Yeah. And, it’s amazing to me. If you would take part of that marketing budget and maybe reinvest it in the community, or do something… Now, the reason I keep harping about your generation, is because of the millennial generation, every marketer in the world wants to market to millennials and the generation that is coming in after them. So, I just wanted to see what your point of view was, because everybody is trying to figure out that millennial marketing keys.

Alan: Like, how to sell it to a millennial? [laughter]

Mike: Yeah, exactly. Because, what’s important to me, and of course everybody’s different, what’s important to me was the handcrafting, and of course, the sustainability. And I am not talking about over-producing, ’cause I know you are all agave growers, as well.

Alan: Yeah. Over-processing, mostly.

Mike: Over-processing. Having to buy now, a mess, but also not over-producing and trying to… Some of the key points of millennials, is that they are more important in a story, they are interested in a story, they were interested in sustainability, and what you do for the environment. They wanna know that what they’re supporting is not only good for them and good to share with friends, but also that they’re not hurting anybody.

Alan: Yeah, well in that sense… I’d also like to clarify, I feel like the American market, and the Mexican market, can have very, very distinct points of view, when it comes down to it. When it boils down to what really matters to them. I feel like both Americans and Mexicans like to feel themselves involved in the story. They wanna be part of the story, and that’s what really can sell it to somebody else like, “Okay tell them, okay, you matter.” “Why?” “Because, you’re here, because this is the proof that you are here with us, that you are making this grow, and if it wasn’t for you, we wouldn’t be here.” That’s some of the stuff that we take very seriously. We try to make it as organic as possible, in the sense that, we’d rather have 10 loyal followers, than having 10 million followers that we can not even like reply to, who don’t know what they’re a fan of, and they don’t take the time to respond. And…

[overlapping conversation]

Mike: So, do you get a lot of fan mail?

Alan: Well, mostly work-related, regarding orders, and all that kind of stuff. And actually getting messages across to my father, ’cause sometimes… My Dad gets really, really deep into the fog of working and keeping his hands busy. So, if he’s not super busy, he’s actually trying to get away from the noise, ’cause he is always getting those messages. And sometimes it’s hard for us even to get them across to him, so that he can make a decision when it comes down to something that only he can decide.

Mike: Wow. Having met him, and like I say, it was only a brief moment and of most of the evening, although it was monopolized by a lot of the guests who had come in to meet him. He seems to be a very… His mind is always cranking, you know what I mean? It’s like he’s always thinking, and he can’t sit still. Is that the way he is?

Alan: Yeah, he is a running engine, and he doesn’t have many gears. He just goes, and that’s it.

[laughter]

Mike: Oh my gosh.

Alan: I’m sorry, Dad, if this offends you, but it’s true.

Mike: No, no. That’s really… I think it’s a great analogy, that he’s so focused, that he just wants to go forward. Tell me some of the challenges that, since you’ve been involved in the family business, that you have come up against and overcome. Are there challenges unique to you and your brother, that you guys had anticipate? Or, is this all pretty much everybody is in the same boat?

Alan: I’d like to say that everybody, including everyone in my generation, is involved in the same boat. The media doesn’t work the same way it worked 10 years ago. So right now, we’ve been, me living in a small town, where there’s not that quality internet that can be available in, I don’t know, Guadalajara, for instance.

Mike: Right.

Alan: You do learn to live with some type of austerity, which is media austerity. You don’t get bombarded by all that media, because you’re not even the target. So, when it comes to that, you also learn that you need to keep your relationships more personal, more like face-to-face, because over the net, nobody feels that they’re involved in anything. Just by posting things on Facebook, nobody actually feels like they relate to you, in any sense. So, it has had to do with, well, making our own trials, and finding our own errors. Like, try not to make the same mistakes again, in terms of how we get out there, and play it safe, in a way. Because, we’re not really gambling on a large budget, regarding the advertising. Our budget, we actually spend on the product. Everything that we do is, we try to make more of the same product, try to make it equal or better quality. Nothing less. My dad has always had that philosophy where, if you need to sacrifice the quality just to make more liters, then that’s a dead zone. You don’t go in there. And we, me and my brother, we both believe in that.

Mike: Excellent, excellent. So, that’s good. Are you guys ready to take over one day?

[chuckle]

Alan: Well, I don’t feel like I’m ready, because I’ve… Well, you know, it’s family struggles, you know? But I guess, when it comes, I’ll just know what to do, except you can never expect it, you don’t feel like it’s gonna happen next week. If I knew that it was gonna happen at some point, then I would look forward to it and I would start building up to that point, but since I really don’t well, I’ll just live day by day.

[chuckle]

Mike: So when… I know that Shawn and Jeff who are the importers of G4, they’ve had you out to do tastings, is that correct? Have you done a couple?

Alan: Yeah. Yeah, tastings, and to talk about the process. We are usually very forward when it comes to what we’re selling, to talk about the process, or how we do it.

Mike: So, what do you find is the common question from the American public, when you do these appearances?

Alan: Well, I don’t know, I tend to just take over the mic, because a lot of people don’t really know what to ask. And, I’ve seen a lot of people presenting, and they never have the angle that we have, and we are pretty straightforward. We’re not very… We’re not political, we don’t go around the bush. We’d rather say it like, “Cut the crap and let’s talk about the real thing.” And, overall, I feel like it’s been evolving with me, as I’ve been growing with the process. It’s like, at first, the first thing that I acknowledge is that we are doing things the way that they should be done, nothing special. It is the way that has existed since my grandfather, since my great-grandfather, and since even before probably. The only difference that we see from our brand, and a lot of other different brands, is that we are just trying to sell you that. We are not making a super fancy bottle, we are not expending ourselves in a super difficult cork that… We do try to go around those challenges, because we find no passion in having a nice cork.

Mike: Yeah, no, I agree with you. I think, it’s interesting to see the change in the logo and the look of each of the three brands that are coming, and you’re gonna have another brand coming out of El Pandillo, shortly.

Alan: Yeah, yeah, that is right.

Mike: What’s that process like? Because, I’m sure that you guys vet… First of all, I’m sure you guys get pounded by people that want you to make their tequila, right?

[chuckle]

Alan: Yeah, right, it happens so often.

Mike: It happens. So, it must take you a lot for you to say, “You know what, I agree with you. Yeah, we’ll work with you.” What is that process like? Because you must say no more often than yes.

Alan: Well, it does take time. It is a little time-consuming, because well, first off, you don’t wanna offend anyone that tries to work with you, that’s for starters. And second is, a lot of people don’t really have a notion of how much money it takes to make a brand, and also, how much we would be giving away by putting our liters in somebody else’s bottle.

Mike: Oh yeah, yeah.

Alan: So, for the long term, we are business people. If we can both come to an agreement where we both, where we both find the benefit, and I mean true benefit, not just numbers. Because when you talk about the numbers, it’s really easy to just focus on what makes you a profit, and you overlook the fact that… Well, here in Mexico, working with a brand, and actually it involves a lot of coming and going, and seeing a lot of legal fees, and discussing issues that, usually people that want us to make their brand, they’re not really willing to make that process themselves. They want us to do their, like their homework. So, it involves costs that are non-monetary, it’s more about the willingness of us to actually pursue that for them, and there can be a lot of misunderstandings. So, I believe that we are open people to negotiating, but it has to be both ends. And, I feel like it is the same for everybody. As long as they can find a win-win situation, they wouldn’t say no.

Mike: Well, there’s a lot to be said about maquiladoras, that have many successful brands that come out of there. But, El Pandillo is very… And, the Camarena name, has a cache that’s different, and so, it’s attractive, I’m sure. But, as I said, you guys probably wind up saying no to a lot more people, than you actually say yes to. So, what I find fascinating, is the fact that each of the three brands are being imported by three different companies. Who decides what one bottle will look like versus the other? Because the Terralta bottle, of course, is just the reverse of this one. With, of course, a different look and different graphics. And then, Pasote is completely out of left field.

Alan: Well, for Pasote, we’re not involved in design, which I love, I really love the design that they came up with for Pasote. Well, the G4 has its own story; we had been working with designers for a while, but at some point it became a little troublesome, because we weren’t landing any of the ideas. We were just like drawing with a lot of concepts, and we wanted to make a label that was elegant, not necessarily expensive, just elegant. Like, just classy, keep it classy, keep simple, not too expensive, and there you go. That’s what we came up with. But, we actually ended up we actually ended up outsourcing to more designers in order to get that done, from the pieces that the previous designer gave us, and he never actually gave us the full label. So, that that was our labor to just finish it up, in a way.

Mike: Wow.

Alan: Well, for Terralta, we worked with a different designer, and while we took some of the options, in a sense, the Terralta is a lot more minimalistic. It is stripped down from more of the flashy elements, and it just comes down to the clarity of the bottle. Since we already had our own bottle, which involves having a very large lot of bottles made, for it to be cost effective, it already saved us a step. So, we only played with the bottle, and we flipped it around, we added that label, and that’s how you get the Terralta.

Mike: Yeah. It’s the coolest thing. Now, what, who… Terralta that has six different expressions.

Alan: Yes, that’s right.

Mike: Do you see adding maybe two more expressions into G4?

Alan: I feel like it is being demanded, and I don’t even know why we haven’t done it before. But, that is definitely upcoming.

Mike: Here’s my question, is it gonna taste similar to Terralta?

Alan: No, no. Like…

Mike: Okay. So, in other words, your barrel strength in your 110 of G4, there are samples of those somewhere in your home in your lab, and you already have those and you know that they already tasted different, they taste more in line with the G4.

Alan: Yeah. Yeah, they don’t taste like Terralta.

Mike: Really, okay.

Alan: There’s a few steps that affect the taste. A lot of people may differ on which one is better, whether it’s the Terralta or the G4. I personally love the Terralta, because I’m a punk head, you know?

Mike: Yeah, I know.

Mike: I think we’re back, man. There we go.

Alan: Yeah, I had some problems, my phone ran out of battery in the middle of the conversation.

Mike: I know. So, you were saying you’re a punk, so you like the Terralta.

Alan: I like the Terralta…

Mike: Is that because it’s at a higher ABV, or what?

Alan: No, not related with the higher ABV. I actually like the lower proof because you get more of a water character in there.

Mike: Oh, no kidding? Okay.

Alan: Well, people that have tried tequila for a long time, well, they’re used to having some sort of flavor profile that they’re looking for, right? So, when it comes to Terralta, you get to notice that there is another note that just gets in there, that adds this noise, this dirty noise, it is like having a good tasting stone, like…

Mike: Yes. Yeah.

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Alan: Terralta falls in there.

Mike: It’s the minerality, right? That you…

Alan: Yeah.

Mike: See, I enjoy that. I personally like that a lot. And, I guess you run across a lot of people who have different preferences with all three of the brands.

Alan: Yeah, as for the purists, you cannot really tell them that which one’s better than which one.

Mike: No.

Alan: It really has to do with what you’re looking for, what you’re expecting. And, in that sense, it’s like, I would be wrong to say, “Well, no. Terralta is better. I just like it better”. I don’t know, I’m young and as I said, I’m more of a punk.

[laughter]

Alan: I don’t like stuff that’s just cookie cutter formulas.

Mike: Right. Yeah. You like you your tequilas to have character.

Alan: Yeah, exactly.

Mike: So, you prefer tequilas at a lower ABV, you don’t enjoy the higher proof ones, or?

Alan: This would only be in the case of the Terralta. Of course, I prefer the higher proof G4. Because, well, you get that character, that’s emphasized, it becomes so much stronger. Whereas, in the Terralta, when you don’t water it down as much, you don’t get that much from the water. So since that is the character Terralta, I prefer the 40, although, I can obviously drink the higher proof, although I feel like it sits somewhere in between, ’cause now there is more of the G4 character in there.

Mike: Yeah, yeah, yeah. So, is it true that Felipe, and maybe yourself involved, that when you seek barrels for aging, you’re looking for the oldest barrels around, is that correct? That’s the story we’ve been fed.

Alan: Yeah. It feels a little overly stated, but it is true. We don’t like the barrels that are young. Well, that have only been used maybe, once or twice.

Mike: Mm-hmm.

Alan: We like the barrels a bit aged, a bit seasoned, because then you can actually appreciate more of the agave character in a tequila once it ages. Because my father doesn’t like the profile of it being too similar to a whiskey. He doesn’t want it to feel that aged, so he just lets the tequila in the barrel, and as long as it remains in the barrel, that’s what we put on the label. Is it ripe or old? And then we don’t really specify in the label, how many months it’s been aged.

Mike: Right, right.

Alan: But yeah, it can also vary, ’cause we also do the tasting and the profiling, because in the end, you end up blending a bunch of barrels together, just get one consistent lot. Otherwise, it is more expensive to have a single barrel, because you need to certify each barrel, you need to get it approved, and once it gets approved, you need to pass it through the solid removing filters. Well, there’s some of that tequila that’s gonna get stuck in that filter, so you lose at least two, three liters per batch.

Mike: Oh, wow.

Alan: So, everytime you do a batch and you try to do it with a single barrel, there’s gonna be that added cost. It’s not too much, but the more dramatic cost that is being added for the certification, because each barrel that you try to release a single barrel you pay a flat fee for it to get approved.

Mike: Right, wow. So, yeah. This is all… It really is all about, not so much cutting corners, but making it cost effective for you, and of course, down the road the consumer, as well.

Alan: Yeah, of course. Because, the consumer really doesn’t want the prices to be out of hand. They want to be able to afford it. So, they will always ask, “Why is this more expensive than that?” There’s that reason, and also, the reason might be the scarcity. Because it’s not the same to blend a barrel with another barrel and expect to make it somehow sit in the average of both. Sometimes it doesn’t happen that way. Sometimes it’s more like a dysfunctional family, everyone’s yelling. [laughter] It happens like that. It is also a gamble, which barrels you wanna blend with which. ‘Cause it’s not that intuitive. At first, I thought it would be like that, but then I came to, what I would say, a strange idea, of trying to blend an extra Anejo with a Blanco. I tasted both separately, and then I tasted the mixture of both together, and it literally blew my mind. Because it accentuated some of the character in the extra, and also some of the character in the Blanco. So, it wasn’t like an average of what it was, it’s not like a de-aged tequila; it’s more of a mixture of two different things. So, when you blend them, you have to experiment with it. It’s very empirical, it’s nothing that you have theory.

Mike: Would you consider that then a G4 Joven?

Alan: Yeah, that would be a Joven.

Mike: Are we gonna see a G4 Joven one day, maybe?

Alan: I don’t think so. I think we’re gonna see the Blanco, and we’re gonna see the extra, and people may start to try that out. But, for us to want to make a Joven, it becomes like a… I don’t know.

Mike: Is it too gimmicky?

Alan: Gimmicky, and it also seems like a strange idea to want to blend two things that are perfectly fine. ‘Cause then, how would you price it? It would be crazy. You would also have to average out the price point of that thing. I think it’s possible, maybe it can be a thing. But, I would also like, for the short term, would have to discuss this with my father.

Mike: Of course. Of course.

Alan: When I get my hands on the decision, then I will have to check my bank account, and see how I’m doing.

[laughter]

Mike: Oh my gosh. So, here’s another question and another example, what do you think of the new Cristalino Anejos?

Alan: I think we’ve had the discussion over and over.

[laughter]

Mike: Because… The reason I ask of course, it’s becoming a thing. It’s a category, whether we like it or not. And because you age you’re tequilas in some of the older barrels, what would… I asked this of another master distiller that we interviewed not too long ago, I said, “Why? You’ve taken all this labor to age something beautifully, and then you’re gonna take it and strip it.” But, what he told me was, “Ultimately you are working for a customer, and if this is what the customer wants, then we’re going to try to perfect a version that would be favorable.”

Alan: It’s a fair product, however, it is not what… We’ve been going around it in the forums, and almost consensually it is not a product for somebody who is very passionate about the tequila process, it’s more about having a fancy product on your table. Because it is more expensive to make, and it doesn’t reach at that much other than the image of what it is. As far as I know, it could have been better before, it just looks a little nicer. ‘Cause now you get with this renewed image. It’s more of a designer thing. And if you like paying for designer stuff, then be my guest. But if you just want the thing and wanna pay the fair price just go for the extras, or go for the Anejos.

Mike: Yeah, yeah.

Alan: That would be my recommendation.

Mike: I totally agree with you. It’s just interesting for me to ask different people in the industry, especially those who are producing tequilas, not only for themselves, but for other customers, and to see where that category is fitting in right now. Before I let you go, we’ve spent some wonderful time with you, Alan, thank you so much. If there’s one thing that you want people to know about G4, or about El Pandillo, in general, what would it be? If you had like one thing that you wanted to tell people about about it, what would you say?

Alan: Well, one thing that I would like to say for everyone to hear is, our money is not being put in the advertising. So, yeah, you may not fall in love with the image of it, but just taste it and tell us what you think. So far, where we’re confident with that. The response has been mostly positive. People do think that it is worth it, that the things that we’re doing and the things that we’re omitting. ‘Cause, otherwise if we were to invest that much into the advertising you would see that reflected on the price of the bottle as well. ‘Cause, that’s how things happen.

Mike: Yeah. No, I totally agree with you. I love… You know, your father, Felipe, has been known as the mad scientist, because of the profiles, and the whole distillery in general. People can go online and they can visit El Pandillo.

Alan: That’s also very flattering, although, it actually came from people literally calling my dad, “Crazy guy.” ‘Cause he had all these ideas that nobody would implement, ’cause they wouldn’t take the risk of doing that. My father just talked them out. And he’s like, “Hey this is viable, let’s just do it.” And now, we’ve got Frankenstein, which is the Tahona that crushes the agave. Now we’ve got Igor, which is the thing that…

Mike: The Shredder?

Alan: Yeah, the shredder exactly. And, so these pieces didn’t exist, but now I’m seeing prototypes of new things that are based on that. I just saw another Tahona, I saw my first Tahona, that is based on Frankenstein.

Mike: Oh, really?

Alan: Yeah, I saw it first-hand, about two or three miles away from here. They were building it. The same guy that built it for us. So I’m excited to see that happen, and I feel like we’ve definitely built the road for others to walk through in terms of how they can process their own tequila in ways that are more creative, so to speak.

Mike: Well, I think that’s outstanding. I love… Please give your dad a big hug for me, and for you and your brother. I’m so glad that we had this time to kick around some ideas. And you took the time. And I know we’ve had some technical difficulties on both ends. But it turned out great, thanks again for being with us here on Open Bar. I’m Mike…

Alan: Thank you, thank you. It’s an honor for me to be here finally. I’ve been following your interviews in the past. So, yeah, for me to be here… I feel like it was my turn to be in the spotlight.

Mike: Yeah, it’s your turn to jump in the barrel. [laughter]

Alan: My time to jump in the barrel, for sure. [chuckle]

Mike: Yeah, man. Hey, thanks again for spending the time with us and please give my best you to your dad, Felipe, and your brother. And hopefully on our next trip out there, we’ll be able to swing by and see you guys if you happen to be in town, or maybe you’ll come up to Texas here to the San Antonio where I live.

Alan: Yeah, yeah. I’m down. I was there recently, but…

Mike: Yeah, you were, we were in California.

Alan: Our schedule was tight. We just went there. We made a couple of talks about it and then we’re back. I’m eager to come back, we’re not that far away. Just take a flight, go check it out.

Mike: Build bridges, instead of walls, pal. That’s what I care about. Thanks again for being with us on Open Bar. Thank you again for putting up with our technical difficulties. And again, have yourself a great rest of your afternoon, I appreciate the time, and as soon as this is up we’ll let everybody know. Okay? So, thanks again. Thank you, Alan, I appreciate it.

Alan: Have a nice day, Mike.

Mike: You too man, take care.

[chuckle]

Mike: Bye bye.

# End #

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Women In The Bacanora Industry: Adriana Torres

Women In The Bacanora Industry: Adriana Torres https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5OU

We first encountered Adriana Torres through Novel Spirits Collection, the US importer of her flagship bacanora brand, Pascola Bacanora.

The more we heard about her from Connie and Mel Abert, the owners of Novel Spirits, the more intrigued we became with her background.

You can read about her herculean efforts to revitalize Sonora, Mexico’s once thriving bacanora industry in her own words here.

Launching what we hope to be the first in a long list of Bacanora Boss Ladies, we induct Adriana Torres into our gallery of Women In the Tequila/Mezcal/Bacanora Industry series.

What follows are her answers to our customary handful of questions.

[Editor’s note:  For the convenience of our interviewee and our Spanish speaking audience, this article is in both English and Spanish.]

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 TA:  How would you describe your experiences as a woman in a primarily male dominated industry?  (What are the challenges you face when dealing with the male dominated Tequila/Mezcal/Bacanora Industries?)

(¿Cómo describiría sus experiencias como una mujer de alto rango en su posición en una industria dominada principalmente masculina?)

AT:  My experiences were difficult, primarily because when we began, we were the first to formalize a female owned company in the bacanora industry.

But, truthfully, in all this time, I’ve received lots of support from great men in the industry.

Women In The Bacanora Industry: Adriana Torres https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5OU

(Dificiles, principalmente porque cuando yo inicie en la industria del Bacanora, fuimos de las primeras en formalizarnos y era de mujeres.

Pero la verdad he que en todo este tiempo he recibido muchísimo apoyo por parte de grandes hombres relacionados con la industria.)

TA:  How have you been able to change things within the Tequila/Mezcal/Bacanora Industries?

(¿Cómo han sido capaces de cambiar las cosas dentro de su industria?)

AT:  The truth is, just doing the work.

Doing things right and being loyal to our principles and values.  Being consistent in what we say and do.

And, above all else, taking care of the little details.

(La verdad, solo con trabajo, haciendo las cosas bien y siendo leal a nuestros principios y valores. Ser coherentes en lo que se dice y se hace, y sobre todo cuidando los pequeños detalles.)

 TA:  What do you see as the future of women working within the Tequila/Mezcal/Bacanora Industries?

(¿Qué ves como el futuro de las mujeres que trabajan en la industria del Tequila, Mezcal o Bacanora?)

AT:  We’re growing.

It’s been 12 years since I became involved in this industry and my company was the only one that considered [employed] women.

Over time, many more businesses have incorporated women intoWomen In The Bacanora Industry: Adriana Torres https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5OU their processes [like] wives and daughters, as well as contracting women in the areas of design, management and sales.

We ourselves will be working with female vinateras (bacanora distillers).  The wife of one of our producers will begin to distill one of our own brands.

(Vamos en crecimiento, hace 12 años que me incorpore a esta industria mi empresa era la única que consideraba mujeres, al paso del tiempo varias de las empresas han ido incorporando mujeres dentro de sus procesos, a las esposas, las hijas, contratando mujeres en el área de diseño, gestión y ventas.

Incluso nosotras empezaremos a trabajar con mujeres vinateras, la esposa de uno de nuestros productores empezara a producir una de nuestras marcas.)

 TA:  What facets of the Tequila/Mezcal/Bacanora Industries would you like to see change?

(¿Qué cosas gustaría cambiado? )

AT:  To stop looking at the [bacanora] industry as just another source for profits.

We should value what the industry really stands for.

That bacanora won’t become like tequila or mezcal, but continues being an exclusive product, based on supply and not demand.

That bacanora truly becomes a driving force for the economy, the environment, and the culture of Sonora, Mexico and the world.

That is what we are striving for.

(Dejar de ver la industria como una Fuente de ingresos unicamente, valorar todo lo que la industria realmente representa, que el Bacanora no sea como el tequila ni el mescal, que siga siendo un product exclusivo, basado en la oferta y no la demanda, que realmente el bacanora se convierta en un motor de la economia, medio ambiente y cultura de Sonora, Mexico y el mundo.

Nosotros en eso estamos trabajando.)

TA:  Do you approve of how Tequila/Mezcal brands are currently marketing themselves?

(Esta Ud de acuerdo con la comercialización de marcas de tequilas o mezcales, hoy en dia?)

AT:  Of course!

They are ancestral distillates that represent us.  They are spirits with the flavor of Mexico from distinct regions of the country.

We must preserve the tradition.

(Claro, son destilados ancestrales, que nos representan. Son bebidas espirituosas con sabor a Mexico, de las distintas regiones del país.

Necesitamos conservar la tradicion.)

TA:  Is there anything you’d like to say to women who may be contemplating entering and working in the Tequila/Mezcal/Bacanora Industries in one form or another?

(¿Existe algo que le gustaría decir a las mujeres que pueden estar contemplando entrar y trabajar en la industria del Tequila, Mezcal o Bacanora en una forma u otra?)

AT:  We need to work in a united way.  We should care for the tradition, history, and culture of Sonora.

We should guarantee quality products, and motivate our producers to make their products like we care for our families.

Bacanora is a noble spirit.  It is a product that would allow us to recuperate many lost aspects in our state, from social, cultural, economic and environmental.

I invite them to conscientiously participate in the development of the industry.  That Bacanora achieves for Sonora what Tequila is for Jalisco, and Mezcal is for Oaxaca.

Women In The Bacanora Industry: Adriana Torres https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5OU

(Necesitamos trabajar de manera unida, debemos cuidar la tradición, la historia y la cultura de Sonora. Debemos garantizar productos de calidad, debemos motivar a nuestros productores a que realicen su producto como nosotras cuidamos a nuestras familias. El bacanora es un producto noble, un producto que nos puede permitir recuperar muchos aspectos perdidos en nuestro estado, desde aspectos sociales, culturales, económicos como los de medio ambiente.

Las invito a participar de una manera consiente en el desarrollo de la industria, lograr que el Bacanora se convierta para Sonora, en lo que el Tequila es para Jalisco y el Mezcal para Oaxaca.)

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Goza Reposado Tequila Review [Transcript]

We hope you’ll enjoy this replay of our Sipping Off the Cuff with Goza Tequila Reposado along with the new full transcript in English.

ALEX: You are watching Sipping Off the Cuff on Tequila Aficionado dot com. I’m Alex Perez.

 

MIKE: I’m Mike Morales here in San Antonio. Alex Perez is at the Area 51.

ALEX: (undeterminable comment)

Sipping Off the Cuff | Goza Tequila Reposado [Transcript] https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5LqMIKE: What’s that?

ALEX: Are you a cowboy?

MIKE: I’m a cow…? No.

ALEX: Antonio.

MIKE: I’m am not a cowboy, and I am not a spur!

ALEX: Oh!

(laughing)

ALEX: You’re probably watching us on Youtube, so please subscribe.

MIKE: Yes.

ALEX: WE are tasting, drumroll…..Goza!

MIKE: Goza, not to be confused with Gozer, that was a character in Ghost Busters. (laughing) Alex –

ALEX: NOM 14.

MIKE: We really enjoyed the blanco.

ALEX: Yes.

MIKE: …and as we may – if you haven’t seen our blanco, the blanco tasting-

ALEX: Vodka!

MIKE: These guys are, they’re 3 owners led by a Mr. Gluck, and they are based out of Atlanta.

ALEX: Ooh! Bubbles.

MIKE: So they’re taking Hot-lanta by storm, apparently. Which is, if anybody’s been watching the market, the Southern, the Southeastern market is really very cocktail-driven. They’re getting into tequilas, they’re getting into mezcals… and Goza is, these guys are just on top of it. Look at the logo, check that out. The Day of the Dead with the wings on it, and the cocktail, and… You know, they’re very much into that. And that’s where they’re driven as far as their social media. So you can find them on Facebook, you can find them on Instagram, I believe they’re also on Twitter. And tonight, Alex, we’re doing the reposado.

ALEX: Yeah, we’re doing the reposado. I actually poured. It had some bubbles. I actually had to look at the bottle a second time, because it is so light.

MIKE: I was gunna say!

ALEX: I thought I had poured the blanco again.

MIKE: Yeah. It’s very pale straw color.

ALEX: It’s almost the same color. It just has like a tinge of… I dunno if you can see it, but there’s like no color in there.

MIKE: I mean hardly any. I had to hold it up to- my light’s over to my right, your left, and I had to… and they say this is aged for 6 months, right?

ALEX: Aged for 6 months in white oak barrels.

MIKE: In white oak barrels, and what did they say? This is where the, where blanco meets añejo.

ALEX: Where blanco meets añejo.

MIKE: (laughing) that’s what their…

ALEX: blanco meets añejo.

MIKE: That’s what their brochure says, yeah.

ALEX: So I’m wondering if they’re filtering this too.. but it only says they’re doing it for the blanco.

MIKE: Yeah, so the blanco is filtered, double-distilled, triple-filtered, is that what they said?

ALEX: Yeah.

MIKE: Ohh, ohh! Wow. Ohh, ohh, oh, oh!

ALEX: Yeah, it’s got a neat nose. See the….

MIKE: Look at – (laughing) You’re using one of their table tents, right? Is that what you’re doing?

ALEX: Right.

MIKE: Yeah, so they do have the really cool table tents.

ALEX: (laughing)

MIKE: Chances are you guys have seen them at one of, you know, at a club somewhere in Atlanta, or somewhere in Georgia. Don’t be afraid to give us your opinion on Goza down here. Fill it out. Tell us what you think if you’ve had it before. I love this nose, Alex. For only 6 months it’s very little color. But the nose on it, is even – it’s even giving me, it’s like it’s one more layer on top of the blanco.

ALEX:  Right, it’s actually. That’s a good way to describe it. And, the nose? I am getting a little bit, just hints of caramel.

MIKE:  You’re just getting a little bit… It’s almost like it’s just been kissed by the barrel.

ALEX: It’s just a little, just a little, yeah. Just a little, little kisses of caramel, little kisses of honey, little kisses of vanilla. And the, in the palate it’s actually very nice. It’s actually very delicate. Very little heat…

MIKE:  Mmm! There’s no heat from the blanco anymore.

ALEX:  Oh.

MIKE: There’s just a pepper.

ALEX: Just a slight little pepper.

MIKE: Way on the back end. Maybe a little bit – it’s spicier now, now that it’s been in the barrel, than it was unaged in the blanco. Wow! This is really good, Alex.

ALEX:  It’s actually, yeah. And it’s different. It’s not… It’s not a typical reposado.

MIKE: No…

ALEX: It’s almost like they’ve really taken the time to really smooth out the edges…

MIKE: Yeah, and that’s exactly –

ALEX: A nice little intro. Yeah, it’s like – it’s a great intro into the aged category.

MIKE: I think they’re funny – even though the descriptors in there, in the brochure is really funny, I think they actually got it right; that really is an introduction into the aged, or the añejo category, if you’re not familiar with it.

ALEX:  It’s a very elegant reposado.

MIKE:  Yeah, it belies its marketing. It really is a worthy sipper, as was the blanco in my opinion. But the blanco I think would lend itself probably better to the cocktails. And like I say, right now in the Southeast, cocktail cultures very, very hot. There’s a lot of these secret hotbeds of tequila and mezcal, ya know, going on in Georgia, going on in North Carolina South Carolina… Florida has always been kind of iffy because of the Latin Hispanic influence… but they’re starting to really come around, Alex. And I’m impressed, man! These guys at Goza, they jumped on that band wagon at the right time. Wow…

ALEX:  Wow, please – go grab some Goza.

MIKE: Yeah!

ALEX: I think, another Brand of Promise, Mike.

MIKE: I think you’re right. I think we… you know, we’ve nominated it for packaging, of course all the bottles are generally the same, except for the color code. That’s how you find out what the blanco is, what the repo is, and the añejo. But um… I’m impressed, man. This is very, very good stuff. Again, from NOM 1479 for anybody who’s had Nuestro Orgullo tequila. But, go out and get you some! And, while you’re at it, if you’ve had it, give us the comments down below, okay? And subscribe to our Youtube channel. We are now affiliated with Disney, and Makers Studios of the Disney Company, so we’re a part of the Disney family. And we want to make you part of our family as well. So, subscribe… give us your thoughts, we just gave you ours. Brand of Promise nominee for 2016, on the reposado, that’s Goza. I’m Mike Morales here in San Antonio.

ALEX:  And I’m Alex Perez. You’re watching Sipping off the Cuff on TequilaAficionado.com, and as always, sip wisely.

 

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The Definitive Collection of Tequila Reviews

The Definitive Sipping Off The Cuff Collection https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5M5In honor of National Tequila Day in the U.S.A., we’re sharing with you the definitive collection of Sipping Off the Cuff from our very first podcast tequila reviews to the most recent.  Enjoy and Salud!

 

Sipping Off The Cuff | 1800 Mileniohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-1800-milenio/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 1921 Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/26/sipping-off-cuff-1921-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 1921 Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/25/sipping-off-cuff-1921-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 1921 Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/26/sipping-off-cuff-1921-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3 Amigos Organic Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21969
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3 Amigos Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21971
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3 Amigos Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21638
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3 Amigos Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21972
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3 Amigos Tequila Ramona’s Reservehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21973
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3 Amigos Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21970
Sipping Off The Cuff | 30-30 Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/11/01/tequila-30-30-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 30-30 Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/11/03/tequila-30-30-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3G Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/22/sipping-off-the-cuff-3g-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3G Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/18/sipping-off-the-cuff-3g-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 3G Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/20/sipping-off-the-cuff-3g-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 4 Canones Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-4-canones-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 4 Canones Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-4-canones-blanco-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 4 Copas Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/13/sipping-off-the-cuff-4-copas-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 4 Copas Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-4-copas-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 4 Copas Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-4-copas-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 888 Tres Ochos Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/18/sipping-off-cuff-888-tres-ochos-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 888 Tres Ochos Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/15/sipping-off-cuff-888-tres-ochos-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | 888 Tres Ochos Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/17/sipping-off-cuff-888-tres-ochos-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Abreojos Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-abreojos-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Abreojos Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/14/abreojos-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Aguila Real Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/05/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-aguila-real-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Aguila Real Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/05/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-aguila-real-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Alacran Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/05/30/sipping-off-the-cuff-alacran-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Alderete Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-alderete-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Alderete Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/19/sipping-off-the-cuff-alderete-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Alderete Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/23/sipping-off-the-cuff-alderete-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Alicantes Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/04/25/15959/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Allaire Privee Aged Crystal Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/17/sipping-off-the-cuff-allaire-privee-aged-crystal-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Alma de Agave Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/31/sipping-off-cuff-alma-de-agave-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amaras Mezcal Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-amaras-mezcal-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ambhar Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/25/sipping-off-cuff-ambhar-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ambhar Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/23/sipping-off-cuff-ambhar-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ambhar Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/23/sipping-off-cuff-ambhar-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amor Mio Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-amor-mio-anejo-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amor Mio Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/17/sipping-off-the-cuff-amor-mio-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amor Mio Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-amor-mio-extra-anejo-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amor Mio Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/20/sipping-off-the-cuff-amor-mio-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amorada Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-amorada-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amorada Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-amorada-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Amorada Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/29/sipping-off-the-cuff-amorada-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Aqua Riva Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/30/sipping-off-cuff-aqua-riva-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Aqua Riva Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/31/sipping-off-the-cuff-aqua-riva-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Armero Tequila First Flight Blancoshttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-armero-tequila-first-flight-blancos/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Armero Tequila Second Flighthttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-armero-tequila-second-flight/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Armero Tequila Third Flight | Light, Medium and Full Toast Barrelshttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/14/sipping-off-the-cuff-armero-tequila-third-flight-light-medium-and-full-toast-barrels/
Sipping Off The Cuff | ArteNOM 1414http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-artenom-1414/
Sipping Off The Cuff | ArteNOM 1580http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/10/sipping-off-cuff-artenom-1580/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Asombroso Tequila Ultrafinohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21968
Sipping Off The Cuff | Astral Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/24/sipping-off-cuff-astral-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Avion Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/28/sipping-off-cuff-avion-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Avion Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/27/sipping-off-cuff-avion-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Avion Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-avion-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Avion Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/26/sipping-off-cuff-avion-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ayate Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/31/sipping-off-the-cuff-ayate-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ayate Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/29/sipping-off-the-cuff-ayate-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Azuñia Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/04/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-azunia-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Azuñia Tequila Blackhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/04/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-azunia-tequila-black/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Azuñia Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/04/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-azunia-organic-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Azuñia Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/04/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-azunia-organic-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Bacanora Pascola Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21650
Sipping Off The Cuff | Bacanora Pascola Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21645
Sipping Off The Cuff | Bacanora Pascola Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21649
Sipping Off The Cuff | Baron Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/04/11/sipping-cuff-baron-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Besado Infused Agave Spirithttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/02/20/sipping-off-the-cuff-besado-infused-agave-spirit/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Blue Nectar Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-blue-nectar-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Blue Nectar Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/15/sipping-off-the-cuff-blue-nectar-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Blue Nectar Special Reservehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/19/sipping-off-the-cuff-blue-nectar-special-reserve/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Bonita Tequila Platinumhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/25/sipping-off-cuff-xzibits-bonita-tequila-platinum/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Briscas Mezcal Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-briscas-mezcal-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Briscas Mezcal Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-briscas-mezcal-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Briscas Mezcal Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-briscas-mezcal-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Bruxo Mezcal Pechugahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/03/sipping-off-cuff-bruxo-mezcal-pechuga/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabeza Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/30/sipping-off-the-cuff-cabeza-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabo Wabo Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/23/sipping-off-cuff-cabo-wabo-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabo Wabo Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/21/sipping-off-cuff-cabo-wabo-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabo Wabo Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/22/sipping-off-cuff-cabo-wabo-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabresto Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/20/sipping-off-cuff-cabresto-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabresto Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/19/sipping-off-cuff-cabresto-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabrito Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/10/sipping-off-the-cuff-cabrito-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cabrito Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/10/sipping-off-the-cuff-cabrito-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Calavera Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/10/31/sipping-cuff-calavera-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Calavera Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/10/29/sipping-cuff-calavera-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Calavera Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/10/30/sipping-cuff-calavera-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Caos Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/02/03/sipping-off-cuff-caos-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Caos Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/02/01/sipping-off-cuff-caos-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Caos Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/02/02/sipping-off-cuff-caos-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Casa de Reynosohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-casa-de-reynoso/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Casa Dragones Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-casa-dragones-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Casamigos Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/06/01/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-casamigos-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cava de Oro Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21979
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cava de Oro Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21980
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cava de Oro Tequila Extra Anejo Cristalinohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21981
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cava de Oro Tequila Platahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21977
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cava de Oro Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21978
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cazadores Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-cazadores-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cazadores Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-cazadores-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Centinela Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/09/sipping-off-cuff-centinela-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Centinela Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/08/sipping-off-cuff-centinela-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Centinela Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/09/sipping-off-cuff-centinela-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cerritos Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/23/sipping-off-the-cuff-cerritos-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cerritos Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/20/sipping-off-the-cuff-cerritos-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Circulo Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/22/sipping-off-cuff-circulo-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Circulo Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/23/sipping-off-cuff-circulo-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cobalto Tequila Organic Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-cobalto-tequila-organic-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cobalto Tequila Organic Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-cobalto-tequila-organic-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cosa Salvaje Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/14/sipping-off-cuff-cosa-salvaje-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cuestion Tequila #1http://tequilaaficionado.com/2011/08/16/sipping-off-the-cuff-cuestion-tequila-part-1/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Cuestion Tequila Part 2http://tequilaaficionado.com/2011/08/16/sipping-off-the-cuff-cuestion-tequila-part-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | De La Riva Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/13/sipping-off-the-cuff-de-la-riva-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | De La Riva Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-de-la-riva-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | De La Riva Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-del-la-riva-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | De la Tierre Maple Cinnamon Tequila Liqueurhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/15/sipping-off-the-cuff-de-la-tierre-maple-cinnamon-tequila-liqueur/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Demetrio Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/10/19/sipping-cuff-demetrio-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Demetrio Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-demetrio-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Demetrio Tequila Anejo, Take 2http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/22/sipping-off-cuff-demetrio-tequila-anejo-take-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Demetrio Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/10/17/sipping-cuff-demetrio-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Demetrio Tequila Blanco, Take 2http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/22/sipping-off-cuff-demetrio-tequila-blanco-take-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Demetrio Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/10/18/sipping-cuff-demetrio-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Demetrio Tequila Reposado, Take 2http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/22/sipping-off-cuff-demetrio-tequila-reposado-take-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Desmadre Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-desmadre-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Desmadre Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/23/sipping-off-the-cuff-desmadre-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Desmadre Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-desmadre-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Distinguido Tequila Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/30/tequila-distinguido-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Diva Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/07/18/sipping-cuff-diva-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Diva Tequila [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/30/sipping-off-the-cuff-diva-tequila-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Alberto Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/14/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-alberto-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Alberto Tequila Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-alberto-tequila-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Felix Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-felix-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Felix Tequila Platahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/22/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-felix-tequila-plata/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Felix Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-felix-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Fermin Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/11/sipping-off-cuff-don-fermin-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Fermin Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/12/sipping-off-cuff-don-fermin-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Julio Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/15/sipping-off-cuff-don-julio-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Lorenzo Reposado Reservahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-lorenzo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Nacho Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/21/sipping-off-cuff-don-nacho-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Nacho Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/18/sipping-off-cuff-don-nacho-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Nacho Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/19/sipping-off-cuff-don-nacho-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Pilar Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/05/don-pilar-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Pilar Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/04/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-pilar-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Pilar Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/04/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-pilar-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Pilar Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-don-pilar-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Saul Tequila Platahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/27/sipping-off-cuff-don-saul-tequila-plata/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Saul Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/28/sipping-off-cuff-don-saul-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Suenos Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/10/don-suenos-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Suenos Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/30/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-don-suenos-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Don Suenos Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21967
Sipping Off The Cuff | Donkey Piss Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/10/11/sipping-cuff-donkey-piss-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dos Almas Reposado Tequila Cinnamon Liqueurhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/13/sipping-off-the-cuff-dos-almas-reposado-tequila-cinnamon-liqueur/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dos Almas Tequila Platahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/09/sipping-off-the-cuff-dos-almas-tequila-plata/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dos Artes Anejo Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/17/sipping-off-cuff-dos-artes-anejo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dos Artes Reserva Especial (Extra Anejo)http://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/18/sipping-off-cuff-dos-artes-extra-anejo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dulce Dorado Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/06/27/sipping-cuff-dulce-dorado-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dulce Vida Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/06/20/sipping-cuff-dulce-vida-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dulce Vida Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/06/13/sipping-cuff-dulce-vida-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dulce Vida Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/06/09/sipping-cuff-dulce-vida-tequila-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Dulce Vida Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/06/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-dulce-vida-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ekeco Organic Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-ekeco-organic-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Afan Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/12/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-afan-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Afan Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-afan-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Afan Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/12/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-afan-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Arco Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/08/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-arco-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Arco Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-arco-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Consuelo Reposado [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/18/el-consuelo-repo-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Consuelo Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/02/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-consuelo-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Consuelo Tequila Anejo [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/29/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-consuelo-tequila-anejo-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Consuelo Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-consuelo-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Consuelo Tequila Blanco [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/14/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-consuelo-tequila-blanco-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Consuelo Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/02/23/sipping-off-the-cuff-el-consuelo-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Gran Jubileo Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2012/02/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-el-gran-jubileo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Mayor Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/22/sipping-off-cuff-el-mayor-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Mayor Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/20/sipping-off-cuff-el-mayor-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Mayor Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/21/sipping-off-cuff-el-mayor-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | El Silencio Mezcalhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/07/04/sipping-cuff-el-silencio-mezcal/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Embajador Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-embajador-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Embajador Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-embajador-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Embajador Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/29/sipping-off-the-cuff-embajador-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Embajador Reposado [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/21/sipping-off-the-cuff-embajador-reposado-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Embajador Tequila Anejo [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-embajador-tequila-anejo-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Embajador Tequila Blanco [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-embajador-blanco-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Epoca Dorada Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/30/sipping-off-cuff-epoca-dorada-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Epoca Dorada Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/29/sipping-off-cuff-epoca-dorada-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Epoca Dorada Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/29/sipping-off-cuff-epoca-dorada-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Escorpion Mezcal Arroqueno Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/24/sipping-off-cuff-escorpion-mezcal-arroqueno-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Escorpion Mezcal Arroqueno Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/22/sipping-off-cuff-escorpion-mezcal-arroqueno-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Escorpion Mezcal Barril Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/30/sipping-off-cuff-escorpion-mezcal-barril-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Escorpion Mezcal Barril Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/20/sipping-off-the-cuff-escorpion-mezcal-1-barril-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Escorpion Mezcal Pechuga Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/26/sipping-off-cuff-escorpion-mezcal-pechuga-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Escorpion Mezcal Tobala Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/28/sipping-off-cuff-escorpion-mezcal-tobala-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Espolon Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/11/07/sipping-cuff-espolon-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Espolon Blanco Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2012/03/22/sipping-off-the-cuff-espolon-blanco-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Frida Kahlo Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/12/03/sipping-off-cuff-frida-kahlo-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Frida Kahlo Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/11/30/sipping-off-the-cuff-frida-kahlo-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Frida Kahlo Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/12/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-frida-kahlo-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Fubar Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/17/sipping-off-cuff-fubar-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Fuenteseca Cosecha 2013http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/06/sipping-off-cuff-fuenteseca-cosecha-2013/
Sipping Off The Cuff | G4 Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/08/sipping-off-the-cuff-g4-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | G4 Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-g4-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | G4 Tequila Blanco with Transcripthttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/22/g4-tequila-blanco-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | G4 Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/10/sipping-off-the-cuff-g4-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | G4 Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-g4-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gaviota Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/02/06/sipping-off-cuff-gaviota-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gaviota Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-gaviota-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gaviota Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/02/05/sipping-off-cuff-gaviota-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ghost Infused Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/12/ghost-infused-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Giggling Marlin Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=22066
Sipping Off The Cuff | Giggling Marlin Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/06/03/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-giggling-marlin-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Giggling Marlin Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=22067
Sipping Off The Cuff | Giggling Marlin Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/29/sipping-off-the-cuff-giggling-marlin-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Goza Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/02/sipping-off-cuff-goza-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Goza Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/01/sipping-off-cuff-goza-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Goza Tequila Blanco with Transcripthttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/10/goza-tequila-blanco-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Goza Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/01/sipping-off-cuff-goza-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gracias a Dios Mezcal Espadin Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-gracias-a-dios-mezcal-espadin-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gracias a Dios Mezcal Espadin Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-gracias-a-dios-mezcal-espadin-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gracias a Dios Mezcal Tobala Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/05/sipping-off-cuff-gracias-dios-mezcal-tobala-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gran Orendain Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/16/sipping-off-cuff-gran-orendain-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gran Orendain Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/15/sipping-off-cuff-gran-orendain-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Gran Orendain Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/15/sipping-off-cuff-gran-orendain-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Grand Mayan Tequila Ultra Agedhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2011/12/23/sipping-off-the-cuff-grand-mayan-tequila-ultra-aged/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda del Sol Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/16/sipping-off-the-cuff-hacienda-del-sol-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda del Sol Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/14/sipping-off-the-cuff-hacienda-del-sol-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda Mercado Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/11/29/sipping-off-cuff-hacienda-mercado-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda Mercado Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/11/21/sipping-off-cuff-hacienda-mercado-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda Mercado Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/11/23/sipping-off-cuff-hacienda-mercado-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda Vieja Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/20/sipping-off-the-cuff-hacienda-vieja-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda Vieja Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/16/sipping-off-the-cuff-hacienda-vieja-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Hacienda Vieja Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/09/18/sipping-off-the-cuff-hacienda-vieja-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Herradura Directo de Alambiquehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/14/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-herradura-directo-de-alambique/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Herradura Tequila Scotch Cask Finish Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/02/sipping-off-cuff-herradura-tequila-scotch-cask-finish-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Huizache Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/04/18/sipping-cuff-huizache-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Huizache Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/04/25/sipping-cuff-huizache-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ilegal Mezcal Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/26/sipping-off-cuff-ilegal-mezcal-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ilegal Mezcal Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/24/sipping-off-cuff-ilegal-mezcal-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ilegal Mezcal Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/25/sipping-off-cuff-ilegal-mezcal-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Ixa Organic Silver Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/05/30/sipping-cuff-ixa-organic-silver-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Jarro Viejo Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2011/07/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-jarro-viejo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | JLP Craft Pomegranate Margaritashttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/12/08/sipping-off-the-cuff-jlp-craft-pomegranate-margaritas/
Sipping Off The Cuff | JLP Craft Strawberry Margaritashttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/12/07/sipping-off-cuff-jlp-craft-strawberry-margaritas/
Sipping Off The Cuff | JLP Pomegranate Margaritashttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-jlp-pomegranate-margaritas/
Sipping Off The Cuff | JLP Strawberry Margaritashttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/31/sipping-off-cuff-jlp-strawberry-margaritas/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Juan More Time Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/07/sipping-off-the-cuff-juan-more-time-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Julio Cesar Chavez Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/13/sipping-off-cuff-julio-cesar-chavez-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Julio Cesar Chavez Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/14/sipping-off-cuff-julio-cesar-chavez-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Jurado Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-jurado-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Kapena Infused Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/02/07/kapena-infused-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Karma Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-karma-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Karma Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-karma-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Karma Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-karma-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Kimo Sabe Mezcal Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/10/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-kimo-sabe-mezcal-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Kimo Sabe Mezcal Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/10/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-kimo-sabe-mezcal-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | La Tarea Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/31/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-la-tarea-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | La Tarea Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/02/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-la-tarea-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Los Osuna Agave Spirit Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-los-osuna-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Los Osuna Agave Spirit Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-los-osuna-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Los Osuna Agave Spirit Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-los-osuna-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Los Osuna Reposado Vanilla Liqueurhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/05/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-los-osuna-reposado-vanilla-liqueur/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Los Potrillos Mezcalhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21648
Sipping Off The Cuff | Lunazul Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-lunazul-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Lunazul Primerohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-lunazul-primero/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Maestro Dobel Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/16/sipping-off-cuff-maestro-dobel-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Malinalli Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/07/11/sipping-cuff-malinalli-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Malinalli Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/03/malinalli-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Malinalli Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/06/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-malinalli-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mamalon Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-mamalon-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mandala Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-mandala-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Maracame Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/24/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-maracame-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Maracame Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/16/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-maracame-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Maracame Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/20/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-maracame-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Maria Bonita Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/23/sipping-off-the-cuff-maria-bonita-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mestizo Mezcal Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-mestizo-mezcal-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mestizo Mezcal Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-mestizo-mezcal-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mestizo Mezcal Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-mestizo-mezcal-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mexican Moonshine Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/05/23/sipping-cuff-mexican-moonshine-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mexican Moonshine Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/05/09/sipping-cuff-mexican-moonshine-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mexican Moonshine Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/05/16/sipping-cuff-mexican-moonshine-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mezcal Legendario Domingohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-mezcal-legendario-domingo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mi Buen Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/07/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-mi-buen-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mi Buen Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/07/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-mi-buen-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Mi Buen Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/05/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-mi-buen-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Milagro Select Barrel Reserve Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/29/sipping-off-cuff-milagro-select-barrel-reserve-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Milagro Select Barrel Reserve Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/27/sipping-off-cuff-milagro-select-barrel-reserve-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Milagro Select Barrel Reserve Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/28/sipping-off-cuff-milagro-select-barrel-reserve-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Milagro Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-milagro-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Milagro Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/07/sipping-off-cuff-milagro-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Milagro Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/08/sipping-off-cuff-milagro-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Moda Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/08/09/sipping-cuff-moda-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Montalvo Blanco and the Vinturi Spirit Aeratorhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/21/sipping-off-the-cuff-montalvo-blanco-and-the-vinturi-spirit-aerator/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Montejima Agedhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/22/sipping-off-the-cuff-montejima-aged/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Montejima Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/04/26/15961/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Montejima Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/18/sipping-off-the-cuff-montejima-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Montelobos Mezcal Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/07/sipping-off-the-cuff-montelobos-mezcal-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Morales Mezcalhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21976
Sipping Off The Cuff | Morales Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21974
Sipping Off The Cuff | Morales Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21975
Sipping Off The Cuff | Muchote Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/10/17/sipping-off-the-cuff-muchote-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Nectar Blends Agave Winehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/05/sipping-off-cuff-nectar-blends-agave-wine/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Nobleza Azulhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2012/01/15/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-nobleza-azul/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Nocaut Reserva Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/08/sipping-off-cuff-nocaut-reserva-tequila-banco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Nocaut Reserva Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/09/sipping-off-cuff-nocaut-reserva-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | One With Life (OWL) Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/12/sipping-off-cuff-one-life-owl-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Orendain Ollitas Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/28/sipping-off-cuff-orendain-ollitas-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Orendain Ollitas Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/29/sipping-off-cuff-orendain-ollitas-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Orendain Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/29/sipping-off-cuff-orendain-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Padre Azul Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/12/padre-azul-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Padre Azul Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/05/08/padre-azul-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Padre Azul Tequila Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/30/padre-azul-tequila-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Papa Bueno Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/07/sipping-off-cuff-papa-bueno-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Papa Bueno Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/05/sipping-off-cuff-papa-bueno-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Papa Bueno Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/06/sipping-off-cuff-papa-bueno-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Paqui Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/07/09/sipping-off-the-cuff-paqui-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Partida Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-partida-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pasote Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/21/sipping-off-the-cuff-pasote-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pasote Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/02/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-pasote-tequila-anejo-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pasote Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/17/sipping-off-the-cuff-pasote-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pasote Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/02/22/sipping-off-cuff-pasote-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pasote Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/19/sipping-off-the-cuff-pasote-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pasote Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/02/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-pasote-tequila-reposado-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Peligroso Cinnamonhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-peligroso-cinnamon/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Peligroso Silver and Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/07/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-peligroso-silver-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Penasco Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/08/29/sipping-cuff-penasco-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Penasco Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/09/02/sipping-cuff-penasco-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Penasco Tequila Platahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/08/19/sipping-cuff-penasco-tequila-plata/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Penasco Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/08/26/placeholder-sotc-tequila-tuesday-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pepe Zevada Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-pepe-zevada-z-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pepe Zevada Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/09/sipping-off-cuff-pepe-zevada-z-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pepe Zevada Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/10/sipping-off-the-cuff-pepe-zevada-z-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Piedra Azul Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/03/28/sipping-cuff-piedra-azul-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Piedra Azul Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/04/04/sipping-cuff-piedra-azul-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pluma Negra Mezcal Espadinhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/18/pluma-negra-mezcal-espadin/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pluma Negra Mezcal Tepextatehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/22/pluma-negra-mezcal-tepextate/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pluma Negra Mezcal Tobalahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/26/pluma-negra-mezcal-tobala/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Por Siempre Sotolhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/04/29/sipping-off-cuff-por-siempre-sotol/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Puerto Vallarta Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/28/sipping-off-cuff-puerto-vallarta-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Puerto Vallarta Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/27/sipping-off-cuff-puerto-vallarta-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Puerto Vallarta Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/01/27/sipping-off-cuff-puerto-vallarta-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pura Vida Añejo Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2011/11/10/sipping-off-the-cuff-pura-vida-anejo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pura Vida Gold Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2011/10/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-pura-vida-gold-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Pura Vida Silver Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2011/08/20/sipping-off-the-cuff-pura-vida-silver-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Raicilla Estanciahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/04/28/sipping-off-cuff-raicilla-estancia/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Rancho La Joya Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/29/sipping-off-cuff-rancho-la-joya-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Rancho La Joya Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/30/sipping-off-cuff-rancho-la-joya-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Rancho Nuevo Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/09/sipping-off-the-cuff-rancho-nuevo-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Real Gusto Organic Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/02/sipping-off-cuff-real-gusto-organic-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Real Gusto Organic Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/01/01/sipping-off-cuff-real-gusto-organic-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Real Gusto Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-real-gusto-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Real Matlatl Mezcal Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-real-matlatl-mezcal-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Republic Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/08/sipping-off-the-cuff-republic-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Republic Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/10/sipping-off-the-cuff-republic-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Republic Tequila Platahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-republic-tequila-plata/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Republic Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-republic-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Revel Avila Agave Spirit Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/26/sipping-off-cuff-revel-avila-agave-spirit-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Revel Avila Agave Spirit Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/24/sipping-off-cuff-revel-avila-agave-spirit-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Revel Avila Agave Spirit Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/02/25/sipping-off-cuff-revel-avila-agave-spirit-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Riazul Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-riazul-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Riazul Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/12/29/sipping-off-cuff-riazul-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Riazul Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-riazul-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Route 66 Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/11/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-route-66-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Route 66 Tequila Reposado [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/30/sipping-off-the-cuff-route-66-tequila-reposado-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sangre de Vida Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21646
Sipping Off The Cuff | Santera Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/09/sipping-off-cuff-santera-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Santera Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/04/sipping-off-cuff-santera-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Santera Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/07/sipping-off-the-cuff-santera-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Santo Diablo Mezcalhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/13/santo-diablo-mezcal/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mescal Espadin [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-scorpion-mescal-espadin-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mezcal Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/15/sipping-off-cuff-scorpion-mezcal-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mezcal Barril Karwinski (aka Madre Cuixe)http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-scorpion-mezcal-barril-karwinski-aka-madre-cuixe/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mezcal Barril Karwinski [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/12/19/sipping-off-the-cuff-scorpion-mezcal-barril-karwinski-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mezcal Espadinhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/30/sipping-off-the-cuff-scorpion-mezcal-espadin/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mezcal Joven Blue Agavehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/29/sipping-off-the-cuff-scorpion-mezcal-joven-blue-agave/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mezcal Joven Blue Agave [Transcript]http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/04/08/sipping-off-the-cuff-scorpion-mezcal-joven-blue-agave-transcript/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Scorpion Mezcal Tobalahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-scorpion-mezcal-tobala/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Seleccion ArteNOM 1579 Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/06/30/artenom-1579/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Senda Real Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/08/15/sipping-cuff-senda-real-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Senda Real Silver Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/08/12/sipping-cuff-senda-real-silver-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Senor Rio Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/18/sipping-off-the-cuff-senor-rio-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Serpiente Emplumada Anejo Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/05/sipping-off-cuff-serpiente-emplumada-anejo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Serpiente Emplumada Extra Anejo Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/07/sipping-off-cuff-serpiente-emplumada-extra-anejo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Serpiente Emplumada Silver Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/03/sipping-off-cuff-serpiente-emplumada-silver-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Siempre Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/08/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-siempre-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sierra Norte Black Corn Whiskeyhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/26/sipping-off-cuff-sierra-norte-black-corn-whiskey/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sierra Norte White Corn Whiskeyhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/25/sipping-off-cuff-sierra-norte-white-corn-whiskey/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sierra Norte Yellow Corn Whiskeyhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/24/sipping-off-cuff-sierra-norte-yellow-corn-whiskey/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Soltado Anejo Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/04/27/sipping-off-cuff-soltado-anejo-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sombra Mezcalhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-sombra-mezcal/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sparkle Donkey Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/05/10/sipping-off-the-cuff-sparkle-donkey-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sparkle Donkey Blanco with the Vinturi Aeratorhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/05/15/sipping-off-the-cuff-sparkle-donkey-blanco-with-the-vinturi-aerator/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sparkle Donkey Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/05/17/sipping-off-the-cuff-sparkle-donkey-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Spice Note Tequila Cinnamon Infusedhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/28/sotc-spice-note-cinnamon/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Spice Note Tequila Cumin Infusedhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/25/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-spice-note-tequila-cumin-infused/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suave Organic Blanco Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/02/25/suave-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suave Organic Tequila Lunar Restedhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/01/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-cuff-suave-organic-tequila-lunar-rested/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suave Organic Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/04/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-suave-organic-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suavecito Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/29/sipping-off-the-cuff-suavecito-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suavecito Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/22/sipping-off-the-cuff-suavecito-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suavecito Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/11/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-suavecito-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suerte Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/05/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-suerte-tequila/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suerte Tequila 5yr Extra Anejo Batch 3914http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-suerte-tequila-5yr-extra-anejo-batch-3914/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suerte Tequila 5yr Extra Anejo Batch 4914http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-suerte-tequila-5yr-extra-anejo-batch-4914/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Suerte Tequila 5yr Extra Anejo Batch 6914http://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-suerte-tequila-5yr-extra-anejo-batch-6914/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Sweet Poison Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/16/sipping-off-the-cuff-sweet-poison-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tapatio 110 Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/07/sipping-off-the-cuff-tapatio-110-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | TC Craft Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/13/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-tc-craft-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | TC Craft Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/07/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-tc-craft-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | TC Craft Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/16/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-tc-craft-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | TC Craft Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/10/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-tc-craft-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 1921 La Cremahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/12/12/sipping-off-cuff-tequila-1921-la-crema/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 21 Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/18/tequila-21-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 21 Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/05/20/tequila-21-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 512 Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/10/24/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-512-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 512 Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/04/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-512-blanco-2/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 512 Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/09/03/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-512-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 512 Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-512-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 88 Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/08/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-88-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 88 Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/07/19/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-88-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila 88 Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/07/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-88-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila David Reyeshttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2012/01/01/sipping-off-the-cuff-with-tequila-david-reyes/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila David Reyes (2010) with Transcripthttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21955
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila David Reyes Silver (2018)http://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21992
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila Trianon Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/11/01/sipping-cuff-trianon-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequila Villa Lobos Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/03/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-tequila-villa-lobos-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tequilcello Licor de Limonhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/19/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-cuff-tequilcello-licor-de-limon/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Terralta Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/23/sipping-off-the-cuff-terralta-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Terralta Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/17/sipping-off-the-cuff-terralta-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Terralta Tequila Blanco 110http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/19/sipping-off-the-cuff-terralta-tequila-blanco-110/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Terralta Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/25/sipping-off-the-cuff-terralta-tequila-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Terralta Tequila Extra Anejo 110http://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-terralta-tequila-extra-anejo-110/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Terralta Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/08/21/sipping-off-the-cuff-terralta-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Terraneo Tequila Organic Silverhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-terraneo-tequila-organic-silver/
Sipping Off The Cuff | The Lost Explorer Mezcal Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/12/sipping-off-the-cuff-the-lost-explorer-mezcal-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tiny’s Tequila Orange Blossomhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/02/sipping-off-the-cuff-tinys-tequila-orange-blossom/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tiny’s Tequila Lime Lighthttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/03/02/sipping-off-cuff-tinys-tequila-lime-light/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Titanium Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/20/titanium-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Titanium Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/16/titanium-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Titanium Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/11/22/sipping-off-cuff-titanium-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Titanium Tequila Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/22/titanium-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Titanium Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/07/18/titanium-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Toro Dorado Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/28/sipping-off-the-cuff-toro-dorado-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Toro Dorado Platahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/05/31/sipping-off-the-cuff-toro-dorado-plata/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Toro Dorado Reposado is a Tequila Aficionado Brands of Promise Nominee!http://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/06/07/sipping-off-the-cuff-toro-dorado-reposado-is-a-tequila-aficionado-brands-of-promise-nominee/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tragos Amargos Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/07/sipping-off-the-cuff-tragos-amargos-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tragos Amargos Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/05/sipping-off-the-cuff-tragos-amargos-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tragos Amargos Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2016/09/06/sipping-off-the-cuff-tragos-amargos-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Trianon Reposado Tequilahttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/11/02/sipping-cuff-trianon-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Trianon Tequila Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/11/03/sipping-cuff-trianon-tequila-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tromba Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-tromba-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Tromba Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/27/sipping-off-the-cuff-tromba-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Understanding Armero Tequilas 7 Expressionshttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/06/09/sipping-off-cuff-understanding-armero-tequilas-7-expressions/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Uno Por Favor Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/03/22/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-uno-por-favor-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Villalobos Tequila Los Hombres 10-Year Extra Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2018/04/06/tequila-aficionado-sipping-off-the-cuff-villalobos-tequila-los-hombres-10-year-extra-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Viva 32 Tequila Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/14/sipping-off-the-cuff-viva-32-tequila-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Viva 32 Tequila Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2017/10/16/sipping-off-the-cuff-viva-32-tequila-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Viva Mexico Anejohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/15/sipping-off-the-cuff-viva-mexico-anejo/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Viva Mexico Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/08/sipping-off-the-cuff-viva-mexico-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Viva Mexico Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2013/10/11/sipping-off-the-cuff-viva-mexico-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Wahaka Mezcal Joven Ensamblehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-wahaka-mezcal-joven-ensamble/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Wahaka Mezcal Joven Espadinhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-wahaka-mezcal-joven-espadin/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Wahaka Mezcal Madre Cuishehttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-wahaka-mezcal-madre-cuishe/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Wahaka Mezcal Tobala Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-wahaka-mezcal-tobala-joven/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Wahaka Reposado con Gusanohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2015/03/26/sipping-off-the-cuff-wahaka-reposado-con-gusano/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Whispering Eye Reposadohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/11/21/sipping-off-cuff-whispering-eye-reposado/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Whispering Eye Tequila Blancohttp://tequilaaficionado.com/2014/09/05/sipping-cuff-whispering-eye-tequila-blanco/
Sipping Off The Cuff | Xicala Mezcal Jovenhttp://tequilaaficionado.com/?p=21647
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Embajador Blanco Tequila Review [Transcript en Espanol]

Spanish (English) Transcript of Sipping Off the Cuff with White Tequila Ambassador

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ALEX: I’m Alex Pérez.

MIKE: I’m Mike Morales.

ALEX: Y están viendo Sipping off the Cuff en TequilaAficionado punto com.

MIKE: ¿Qué tenemos esta noche?

ALEX: Parece que las botellas de tequila se están apoderando del set.

MIKE: ¿Te da la sensación de que estamos siendo invadidos por un poco de tequila hermoso?

ALEX: Nos está invadiendo.

MIKE: Échenle una mirada a la presentación, por cierto, esto es, Embajador Tequila.

ALEX: Hermosa presentación.

Sipping Off the Cuff |  Ambassador Tequila Blanco [Transcript in Spanish] https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5Lh

MIKE: Hermosa presentación, y para aquellos de ustedes que no sepan español, significa embajador Tequila.  A medida que avancemos en esta cata, les daremos una idea de qué se tratan los gráficos.  Pero miren, tenemos todas las 3 variedades, tenemos las 3 marcas; el blanco, el reposado, y el añejo. Vamos a hacer cada uno de estos individualmente, pero, queríamos darles una buena idea de cómo se van a ver las botellas.

ALEX: Concentrémonos en, El blanco.

MIKE: El blanco.

MIKE: Cada caja tiene una historia de dónde provienen los símbolos, de qué se tratan.  Esta es una marca familiar.  Todos los que hacen parte de esta marca son familia. He conocido a la joven pareja, Andrés García y su esposa, quienes están distribuyendo e importando.  Andrés tiene antecedentes con el alcohol, trabajó para un distribuidor en el sur de California.  La familia de su esposa está involucrada con este tequila.  Y entonces, él está de nuevo, desde las raíces con esta marca en particular. Pero, échenle una mirada a esa presentación.

ALEX: La presentación, es increíble. Es increíble.

MIKE: Es hermosa, ¿no? Una botella muy gruesa.

ALEX: Sí, una botella resistente.

MIKE: Un corcho sintético, y el blanco, solo para darles un poco de información, es de Atotonilco, por lo que es un Tequila de las Tierras Altas de NOM 1509.  Lo que entendí cuando hablé con la joven pareja, es que en un momento dado, estuvieron conversando con María Romero Mena, quien es una maravillosa Maestra Tequilera.  No estoy seguro si ella está trabajando con ellos o no, pero ella ha evaluado este Tequila; pensó que fue muy prometedor. Entonces hemos servido previamente el blanco.  Lo interesante es que es un blanco con doble destilado

ALEX: Con doble destilación.

MIKE: Lo reposan en tanques de acero inoxidables, por lo que reposa unos 40 días antes de que decidan embotellarlo.  Vamos a echarle un vistazo ahora.  Esta muy limpio. Es un blanco bien limpio. Como se puede ver con la botella, van a poder notar lo que se llevan, cuando apenas miren a la botella. Las calcomanías, los gráficos son, por supuesto, calcomanías aplicadas.  Y…

ALEX: Es lindo.

Sipping Off the Cuff |  Ambassador Tequila Blanco [Transcript in Spanish] https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5Lh
Embajador tequila.
MIKE: Muy buenas lágrimas, muy simple.  Oh sí, muy agradables.

ALEX: Huele bien.

MIKE: Tiene unas lágrimas ricas.

ALEX: Sí, disculpe, yo ya pasé lo de las lágrimas, pero sí.

MIKE: Se ve bien.

ALEX: Tiene una buena claridad.  Sí, tiene algunas buenas lágrimas densas.  Y el aroma de esto es muy …

MIKE: Uau, uau, uau, eso es diferente.  Es realmente aromático.  Pero, sabes que es un tequila de las tierras altas, así que será floral. Las notas nos dicen que es…

ALEX: Estás un poco perdido, Mike.

MIKE: Hay notas herbales, sí, estoy un poco perdido, pero creo que estoy encantado con las notas.

ALEX: Lo que es bueno, es que nos han mandado buena información.  Estaban muy bien preparados sobre lo que están haciendo.  Pero…

MIKE: Este es un tequila de Pago.

ALEX: Un tequila de Pago, es un aroma muy refinado. Hay algunos indicios de hierbas, uh, siento un poco de menta.  Y pues dicen que tiene algo de menta allí.

MIKE: Frutas, flores y hierbas, y al principio sentí cítricos y ahora estoy sintiendo algunas flores.

ALEX: Es una aroma realmente complejo, uau. Deberían probar esto cuando estén sorbiendo Tequilas especialmente en un vaso como este. Definitivamente quieren, ya saben, tiran el vaso de las tres formas y haces las cosas divertidas que Mike está haciendo en este momento.

MIKE: Voy del lóbulo izquierdo, al derecho, entonces, me verás cambiar de un lado a otro.

ALEX: Y realmente serán capaces de sentir los matices, porque a veces dirán, “sí, podemos oler esto” y se dirán, “¿qué?¨. Y eso es porque realmente estamos buscando cualquier tipo de matiz que podamos encontrar y anunciar.

MIKE: Este vaso que estamos usando, realmente se presta para poder girar casi planamente hacia los lados.  Porque a veces, es realmente lo que se necesita hacer para sentir algunas de las capas del Tequila dependiendo de la complejidad.

ALEX: Y eso es.

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MIKE: No tengas miedo de –

ALEX: Es una aroma muy refrescante.

MIKE: Sí, ¡uau!

ALEX: Como un aroma muy limpio y fresco.

MIKE: Es vívido.

ALEX: Cítrico, sí, cítrico.

MIKE: Es realmente vívido.

ALEX: Cítrico.

MIKE: Lo voy a probar.

ALEX: Sí, literalmente se me hace agua la boca. Uau, una escupidera.

MIKE: Lo siento, estamos escupiendo como es nuestra costumbre.  Estamos haciendo mucho de esto esta noche y si están haciendo vuelos en casa, les recomendamos que no tengan miedo de escupir, beber y escupir.

MIKE: Hombre, hay un circo herbal en mi boca.  Hay algunas cosas realmente buenas pasando allí.  La complejidad del aroma realmente se traduce en la boca.

ALEX: Hay muchas cosas sucediendo allí.

MIKE: Hay una complejidad con este Tequila.

ALEX: Estoy tratando de identificar los diferentes sabores que hay en mi boca. Es muy agradable, como que realmente cubre el paladar muy bien. Tiene casi como un sabor dulce.

MIKE: Un poco de canela, en el perfil de sabor.

ALEX: Por el lado candente.

MIKE: Sí, sí, sí.  No siento tanto pimienta, pero canela sí.

ALEX: Hay un poco de dulzura en mi paladar.  Un blanco muy, muy agradable.

MIKE: Uau, estoy impresionado.

Sipping Off the Cuff |  Ambassador Tequila Blanco [Transcript in Spanish] https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5Lh

ALEX: Es muy agradable, estoy emocionado de probar sus otros sabores.

MIKE: Sí, nuevamente, esto es un negocio familiar.  Una marca familiar. Todos los involucrados, desde Andrés y su esposa, hasta las personas que manejan sus redes sociales, son todos familiares.  Cada símbolo que ven en la botella representa algo que la familia ha usado como sus marcas registradas.  Por ejemplo, el ojo que ven aquí, justo ahí.  Quizás puedan verlo si puedo acercarme más.  Eso se llama, sí, el ojo es un símbolo de marca de hierro creado por el abuelo del propietario en la década de 1930 para marcar su ganado principal.

Entonces, ven las plumas aquí, las llaman “los pinachos”, es un sombrero hecho de plumas y es usado por los indígenas de México. Por lo que, distingue a las clases altas. Así que, de inmediato saben dónde quieren colocar este Tequila. Y, por supuesto, esta es la versión de Mayahuel en la parte de atrás y todos sabemos que ella es la diosa de, ya sabes, la fertilidad y representante del agave en general.  Amigos, esto es un Tequila 100% de agave. Es una buena presentación, bonita, una botella muy elegante, muy sustancial y el Tequila, creo que también es muy sustancial.

ALEX: Es un blanco excelente.

MIKE: Sí, creo que es una Marca de Promesa para Tequila Aficionado.

ALEX: Definitivamente.

MIKE: I’m very impressed, this is a, I think it’s really representative of the Atotonilco area. So, if you see this brand, I know it’s available, and hopefully soon in Southern California. I think it’s also available in Texas too and, if I’m not mistaken, in Arizona as well. So, it’s a growing brand. Support these people. Take a look at your Facebook and Twitter, have accounts on Facebook and Twitter. Really exciting, I’m excited.

ALEX: I like it.

MIKE: I’m pleasantly surprised, and I’m Mike Morales.

ALEX: And Alex Perez, look for Ambassador Tequila out there. And they’ve been watching Sipping off the Cuff on TequilaAficionado.com. And, as always, take wisely.

 

 

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Great Festival Chase Tour FAQs #GreatFestChase

Great Festival Chase Tour FAQs #GreatFestChase https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5LdWhen does The Great Festival Chase start?

Our tour begins on National Tequila Day, July 24th, as we depart from Texas and make our way to Mammoth Lakes, California.  It’s a 1600 mile drive just to get to our starting point and our driver (Lisa) needs breaks.

 

Can I still get in on this tour?

YES!  We need to depart Texas earlier this year in order to make it to the Mammoth Margarita Festival in Early August, but you still have time to get on board.

The tour information page & pricing is available here:
http://tequilaaficionado.com/2018-great-festival-chase/

If you’re interested in a lot more exposure to get your brand on the tip of every agave spirit lover’s tongue, Brands of Promise Nominees from this year, and any previous years, are also qualified for our Influencer Marketing Package (which includes the 2018 Tour). Details can be found here:
http://tequilaaficionado.com/tequila-pr/influencer-marketing/

 

How long do I have to decide?

If you choose to tour with us, we will need to know by June 15 and receive payment and 2 bottles of each expression by July 1.

 

How much does the tour cost?

The total cost to you for each expression that you would like to go on this tour is only $500.

 

Great Festival Chase Tour FAQs #GreatFestChase https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5LdWhat else do I get as a sponsor?

In addition to exposure at these shows, sponsors will receive a ridiculous amount of social media posts on behalf of Tequila Aficionado, on all of our social networks, to promote their brands. You can find the complete list of posts and items that we will be providing to all of our sponsor brands – for each expression – at http://bit.ly/greatfestchase.

 

Are you pouring at all of these shows?

No.  We will only be pouring at the El Cholo event.  If we were pouring at each event, we’d need to carry a lot more booze and our RV just isn’t that big.

 

Will I get exposure at all of these shows?

In early August the first stop on our tour will be the Mammoth Margarita Festival. While we aren’t pouring there, we will be auditioning tasters for Tequila Aficionado and using sponsor brands for those tastings.

Our next stop will be in Monterey where we will do a series of interviews at the Monterey Bay Tequila and Cuisine event. Sponsor brands will get exposure there by product placement in the videos.

Lastly, we will finish the tour at El Cholo in Pasadena at the end of October, where we will be pouring sponsor brands.

 

Great Festival Chase Tour FAQs #GreatFestChase https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5LdWill sponsors get to participate with you at the events?

If you’re available, the Mammoth Margarita Festival, Monterey or El Cholo will be great venues for interviews for our Open Bar show.  Please email Lisa@TequilaAficionado.com to let us know the most convenient venue to meet up.

Also, if you’d like to represent your brand at the El Cholo VIP tasting, we’d love to have you there.  (See below for details.)

 

What if I want to pour at Mammoth Margarita Festival?

Let us know and we’ll put you in contact with the organizers.

 

What if I want to pour & enter at Monterey Bay Tequila and Cuisine?

In order to participate in the blind tasting competition, exhibitor must have entry form and fee paid and submitted, no later than Friday, August 17th.

Blind tasting competition: Each exhibitor will be given one entry of one expression, either blanco or reposado to be entered in the blind tasting at no cost. MBTC organizers will purchase the expression online.  For additional expressions to be entered, MBTC team will purchase online, however, exhibitor is responsible for cost of purchase.

 

Great Festival Chase Tour FAQs #GreatFestChase https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5LdWhat if I want to pour at El Cholo?

Great!  As a tour sponsor, your brand is already participating in and will be poured during the VIP Hour at El Cholo.  If you or a representative of your brand would like to do the pouring and be available to discuss your brand with the VIPs, we’d love to have you there!  Please email Lisa@TequilaAficionado.com and let her know you’ll be there.

How do I get Tickets for Each Event?

 

Mammoth: Buy Tickets Here. 

Monterey: Buy Tickets Here.

El Cholo: Buy Tickets Here.

 

Can I just wait until next year?

You can, but our tour locations and itineraries change every year and you’ll miss out on the massive exposure these three big events on this year’s tour will bring to your brand.

 

What are you waiting for?

Click Here to get on the tour!

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Goza Blanco Tequila Review [Transcript]

Sipping Off the Cuff | Goza Tequila Blanco with Transcript https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5GA ALEX: You are watching Sipping Off the Cuff on TequilaAficionado.com. Also, probably Youtube, on our Youtube Channel. I’m Alex Perez.

 

MIKE: I’m Mike Morales, here in beautiful San Antonio, where the surf meets the turf. *laughing*

 

ALEX: Nice.

 

MIKE: And Alex, you just returned from Habana, is that it? Or…? *laughing*

 

ALEX: Uh… soon, soon.

 

MIKE:  Flor de la suerte. We’re not going to do any rum tonight, thank goodness, but we are doing Goza Tequila.

 

ALEX: Goza Tequila.

 

MIKE: Vamos a gozar esta noche. We are going to have a good time.

 

ALEX: (laughing)

 

MIKE: Look at the – look at the – look at this packaging, Alex.

 

ALEX: It’s a good-looking bottle, yeah.

 

MIKE: Yeah. They, they’re very – if you look at the Day of the Dead symbol there, you know. It’s got some wings on it. Beautiful coloring too, the blanco has blue you’ll see the repo and the anejo later on, we’re going to be doing those. These – this particular company, Alex, this brand is based in Georgia.

 

ALEX: Georgia?

 

MIKE: In Atlanta. Which – don’t laugh! The South, the South-East is becoming a quiet little hot bed for tequila.

 

ALEX: Really?

 

MIKE. We’re talking about Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, of course, and all points in between. So, these are – the owner is Mr. Gluck, I – did we say Jacob Gluck, I think? Is the gentleman who’s the CEO. Look at the POS on this too, isn’t that cool?

 

ALEX: Good looking stuff.

 

MIKE: Yeah, very nicely done, Jacob Gluck.

 

ALEX: Alright the cocktails, got some cocktails on there.

 

MIKE: Yeah, you got some cocktails. They spared no expense for some very, very nice point of sale material. And we’re going to be doing the blanco this evening. This is the distillery, just so we can get that information out. We – Alex, you and I have had tequila from 1479 before.

 

ALEX: That’s right.

 

MIKE: And you might remember this was early on in our SOTC we did Nuestro Orgullo Tequila.

Sipping Off the Cuff | Goza Tequila Blanco with Transcript https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5GA

 

ALEX: I remember that.

 

MIKE: And this is from the same distillery. We loved it! We love the blanco, I think at some point they may have had a problem with the reposado and the anejo, Nuestro Orgullo, but this is a brand-new recipe with Goza.

 

ALEX: Awesome.

 

MIKE: These guys, they’re 3 young guys who went out and just, you know, took the bull by the horns. You can find them online.

 

ALEX: Yep, they got a –

 

MIKE: Facebook, they’re also on Twitter and Instagram. Follow them on Instagram! There’s beautiful photography that they’re doing, and some really neat stuff.

 

ALEX: They got a nice-looking website too.

 

MIKE: Yeah, the website’s – everything that they’ve done has been first class, it really has. And they’re stuff is not boring to read. Off camera, Alex was reading: ‘Well, what do you know, somebody’s reading a brochure about tequila’. That’s how it starts.

 

ALEX: *laughing*

 

MIKE: So, these guys obviously have a sense of humor, right? And they have some nice table tents, too. If you’re ever in a restaurant down below. As a matter of fact, if you’re watching this, and you’re watching in the Southeast, and you’ve had Goza, don’t be afraid – subscribe to our YouTube channel down below and give us your comments. Tell us how you like this tequila, what you like about it, what you don’t like – if you’ve met the owners themselves. We’re going to tell you what we think right now.

 

ALEX: Yeah, or where you found it! We’d love to know where you found it; was your experience in a restaurant, bar.

 

MIKE: Was it a flight…

 

ALEX: Very cool.

 

MIKE: …was it part of a cocktail, you know.

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*smelling*

 

*MIKE: Wow.

 

ALEX: They got a good-looking cocktail on their website I’d like to try.

 

MIKE: Which one?

 

ALEX: It’s their Mayan Mule.

 

MIKE: The Mayan Mule?

 

ALEX: So, we’ve got Ginger beer, we’re obviously with some lime juice – with some juice of lime – or lime, some fresh squeezed lime.

 

MIKE: That’s easy for you to say! *laughing*

 

ALEX: Some tequila and a couple dashes of mangos, true or bitter. So…hey! Very nice!

 

MIKE: Mule! The Mule, sounds like it’ll have a kick to it.

 

ALEX: Yeah, it’s got a – obviously it’s clear.

 

MIKE: I really like the – when I, when we had Nuestro Orgullo from that same distillery, I really enjoyed the blanco, it was a real kick-butt blanco. And this one is almost as pristine. Nice legs too, Alex.

 

ALEX: Yeah, it really is.

 

MIKE: Nice legs on this one.

 

ALEX: It is chiny.

 

ALEX: And this one, as soon as I poured it, coming out of the bottle into the glass, you can get a real nice bouquet.

Sipping Off the Cuff | Goza Tequila Blanco with Transcript https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5GA

ALEX: The roasted agave, I get a lot of roasted agave on the nose.

 

MIKE: Yeah.

 

ALEX: And some hot pepper too… Or white pepper, I should say.

*smelling*

 

ALEX: So, it’s got a pleasant nose. You can tell there’s some good alcohol content in there too.

MIKE: Yeah, there is. It already, it already, it’s aggressive on the nose, and you know, I – it’s an aggressive nose so be aware of that.

 

*tasting*

 

 

ALEX: Mmm.

 

*growling noises*

 

ALEX: That’s nice, Mike.

 

MIKE: (spits) Excuse me. We do use spit buckets here, boys and girls. We do several of these a night, and to do this properly, you don’t want to drink anything. Not all the ones that we do all night long, so, spitting is allowed.

 

ALEX: It’s got a really nice mouth feel.

 

MIKE: It’s got a heavy structure, really, it really – the little bit that I tasted, it’s got… I want to say, like a caramelized agave? Maybe?

 

ALEX: I think you’re probably – it’s like a little hint of vanilla in there.

 

MIKE: That’s, maybe that’s what it is.

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ALEX: Right on the sides of my tongue.

 

**growling**

 

MIKE: Alex, it’s got a big strong finish, too.

 

ALEX: Yeah, which is unusual, because it’s not an aged tequila.

 

MIKE: No, no.

 

ALEX: It’s very pleasant.

 

MIKE: It’s double distilled. As they say in the back: a little goes a long way! They’ve been doing a lot of their own promo videos on Instagram lately. They’re rather funny. They interviewed 9 women. They gave them, they gave them bottles of Goza and the gals would tell us, they would tell them what tequila means to them, or what it makes them do.

 

ALEX: Ohh!

 

MIKE: And it doesn’t make them, you know, it doesn’t make your clothes fall off or anything like that. They’re actually very, very funny. So, you might want to check them out on their Instagram, and also probably on their Youtube channel as well.

 

*smelling & tasting*

 

MIKE: I like this, Alex. This is really a nice – you know, the fact that they have so many cocktails listed, and – you know, that seems to be if you look at the graphics, it seems to be where they were headed to begin with.

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ALEX: Right.

 

Mike: They were really cocktail-conscious. And really, in the South, from what I’ve seen from all indications, the cocktail culture is really leading the way in that area, and these guys just jumped on it, you know. Jacob and his partners jumped on that idea. They had the Goza Gimlet, the Blank Stare, wow. The Old-Fashioned-ish, Goza Nuts, and the Skinny Dip. These guys, I’m telling you, these guys have it right; they’re having fun. If you look at their, again, if you look at their Instagram or their Facebook, they do a lot of things. They’re having a lot of fun with their brand, and obviously Alex, that seems to break down a lot of barriers, you know, where that’s concerned. But really, it’s a first class look.

 

ALEX: Yep.

 

MIKE:  I want to nominate it just on looks alone, Alex. Just on the, on packaging for a Brands of Promise, I think they’re just gorgeous bottles. They’re frosted, they’re, you know – If you look at some of the pictures, they look great with a bottle glorifier on the bottom.

 

ALEX:  Oh yeah, that would look neat.

 

MIKE: Yeah, so…

 

ALEX: Let’s try it!

 

MIKE: Yeah – Let’s do it!

 

ALEX: *laughing* You knew I was going to do that.

 

MIKE: I know. Go! Do the music. You got to do the music! *laughing*

 

ALEX: I got the music. There you go!

 

MIKE: Check it out! ¡Mira!

 

ALEX: IPhone glorifier!

 

MIKE: IPhone glorifier!

 

ALEX: It’s a go! No trouble with you.

 

MIKE: This is a, it’s got really medium to long finish. But I – I’m enjoying it, Alex. I think that blanco on its own, because of the flavor profile, and it will lend itself – Yeah, they send us a lot of the extra stuff.

 

ALEX: It’s a, it’s a nice sipper, too Mike.

 

MIKE: Check it out, mira!

 

ALEX: I’d like – I’d like to nominate it as a Brand of Promise.

 

MIKE: The Goza shot glass. I agree with you, I think it is very worthy of a Brand of Promise. It’s a very, very strong contender.

 

ALEX: Actually, it’s evolving a little bit in the glass, too.

 

MIKE: I get all kinds of things in here. I was getting like I say, a caramelized agave, almost like a burnt agave a little bit.

 

ALEX: Like you said, on the palate you’re getting a little touch of vanilla, some fruit also. I can’t…

 

MIKE: Yeah.

 

ALEX: I can’t pinpoint it but…

 

MIKE: But then you’re right about the white pepper. Then that’s on the back end.

 

ALEX: Right.

 

MIKE: So, you’re getting that on the back end. It’s a, you know what, it’s a full bodied blanco, man.Sipping Off the Cuff | Goza Tequila Blanco with Transcript https://wp.me/p3u1xi-5GA

 

ALEX: Yeah.

 

MIKE: This is a full body blanco. Obviously, it will shine on any cocktail, but like you said Alex, I think it’s a very worthy sipper, so… Brand of Promise I think, Brand of Promise Nominee. I want to nominate it also for packaging. Because I think it really really lends itself to the club scene.

 

ALEX: My bottle lights up.

 

MIKE: Your bottle – yeah, well, some of us don’t have iPhones. *laughing*

 

ALEX: *laughing* Good stuff.

 

MIKE: Anyhow, I’m Mike Morales here in San Antonio.

 

ALEX: I’m Alex Perez, you’ve been watching Sipping Off the Cuff on Tequila Aficionado.com. You’re probably watching us on Youtube. Subscribe to us, let us know what you think about Goza Tequila. We’d love to hear about it. And as always, sip wisely.

 

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30-30 Blanco Tequila Review

 

In this episode of Tequila Aficionado’s Sipping Off the Cuff, Mike Morales and Dave Dinius taste and discuss Tequila 30-30 Blanco.

TEQUILA 30-30 Blanco is packaged directly after distillation. When you try it you will experience touches of fresh agave, herbs and lemon with a slight mint finish.

Tequila 30-30 Online

FTC Disclaimer: All samples are received free of charge but no payment is accepted by Tequila Aficionado or its agents for reviews. All reviews are the opinions of those participating in the tasting and positive reviews are never guaranteed.

 

 

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Distinguido Silver Tequila Review

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FTC Disclaimer: All samples are received free of charge but no payment is accepted by Tequila Aficionado or its agents for reviews. All reviews are the opinions of those participating in the tasting and positive reviews are never guaranteed.

 

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Cobalto Organic Reposado Tequila Review

 Twice Distilled, Cobalto is the carefully filtered. Completely chemical and addictive free from the field to the glass, the result is an exceptionally smooth tequila that maintains the natural essence of the agave and the land in which it was grown.

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How to Get Paid to Drink Tequila:

How you can turn your passion into profits and get paid to drink tequila as a blogger, vlogger, podcaster or author

 

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