tequila Archive

Don Julio 1942 – Fine Tequila in a Tall Bottle

“If you don’t like this, it’s safe to say there’s no tequila you’re going to like,” said one magazine editor to another who was skeptical about the spirit. “Oh, that’s quite good,” he replied, banishing all memories of shots with salt and lime in his college days. In reviewing the best go-to choice in any […]

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Don Julio Tequila Review – Reposado and Anejo

As I’ve mentioned before on this site, if you want to bring a gift to impress to a Mexican who drinks, the safest bet you can make is Don Julio tequila. You could spend more on Clase Azul and create a bigger impression because of the hand-made porcelain bottle, but Don Julio Reposado or Anejo […]

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Cazadores Tequila in a Revamped Bottle

The iconic tequila brands of Mexico tend to differ quite a bit from what you commonly see abroad and one of the most popular throughout Mexico is Cazadores—“the hunters.” With its distinctive buck head with antlers on the bottle, it’s long been easy to pick out from the other side of the bar. The design […]

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Tequila Huizache Origen Review

We’ve been slacking off in our tequila reviewing duties lately, but a recent trip to central Mexico presented a nice box on the shelf that I haven’t seen before. Huizache Tequila is a bit of a tongue twister, but it won’t make your mouth do any contortions when you sip it. The text on the […]

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The Top-10 Luxury Travel Blog Posts From Latin America

Here on this luxury travel blog we write about travel in Latin America, vacation or retirement real estate, and hotels. When it comes to what’s really popular though, apparently our readers like to drink. The perennial favorites you see in our 10 most popular posts in the sidebar (or scroll down on mobile phones) are […]

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1800 Anejo Tequila: a Premium Bargain

There are always a lot of great values in the tequila aisle of the liquor store, even if you’re not in Mexico. One of the best values is a bottle that normally sells for $35 to $45 but out-tastes some that sell for twice as much. The 1800 Añejo (aged) tequila is a fine sipping […]

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