Favorite Sipping Tequila: There are essentially two “types” of Tequila (Highland Tequila and Lowland [Amatitan] Tequila.) Highland Tequilas are softer, fruitier and highly floral, while Lowland Tequilas tend to be crisper, more vegetal, earthy with clear black and white pepper spice Flavors. My favorite Lowland Tequila is Cantera Negra – all expressions.
To be considered an Añejo, a typical Tequila must be in a barrel for no less than one year. Many other premium Tequilas age their Añejo for 15-18 months. Artfully blended in with ours is also Añejo aged for no less than 30 months. To develop our remarkable touches of cinnamon, smoke and vanilla, we also delicately blend in a small amount of bourbon-cask and cognac-cask aged Tequila. The result is an Añejo of perfect, rich smoothness. We think this is a standout spirit for relaxing with your choice of premium cigar.