Tequila is made exclusively in Mexico and comes solely from the blue agave plant. Whether served neat, as a shot with a lime, or in a Margarita, tequila’s versatility makes it a general crowd pleaser.
The Mexico region most famous for tequila production is Jalisco, where blue agave grows the richest. Depending on the elevation of where it is grown, the blue agave can take on differing taste profiles. If a product is made with only blue agave, it is termed a “100% Blue Agave Tequila.” There are many types of tequila, each unique flavor is based on the aging of the spirit. The longer the tequila ages, the more color and tannins the final product will have. There are five main types of tequila:
Taste Profile: Has the liveliest agave presence.
Taste Profile: Smooth, slightly sweet taste.
Taste Profile: Deeper in flavor and richer due to the oak influence.
Taste Profile: The flavor leans more toward bourbon thanks to the oak.
Taste Profile: More body than the blanco style with hints of caramel and vanilla.
2 oz. blanco tequila
1/2 oz. orange liqueur
1 oz. lime juice
1/2 oz. agave syrup (50/50 agave nectar and water)
1 lime wedge
Combine the tequila, orange liqueur and agave syrup and shake. Add the lime juice over ice. Strain into a rocks glass over ice. Garnish with a lime wedge.
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