1800 Reposado Aged Mexican Tequila 700ml

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1800 Tequila is premium reposado tequila distilled by Casa Cuervo in Jalisco, Mexico. Produced by the same makers of Jose Cuervo, 1800 Reposado Tequila enjoys a similar reputation, regarded as one of the most loved Mexican Tequilas available.

Named after the year tequila was first sold and not a tequila delivery hotline, 1800 Reposado Tequila is today the number one selling premium tequila in America, enjoyed by lovers of the best tequila around the world. 1800 Reposado - meaning 'rested'- has been contained in French oak casks for a number of months, resulting in tequila with a mellower taste and a wooded, golden hue. Its distinctive smoothness means 1800 Reposado is perfect to be enjoyed neat with lemon and salt, or as the base for tequila cocktails such as a tequila sunrise or margarita.

Tasting Note: Sweet, sugary and intoxicating nose that mellows the senses. Mellow palate is full of caramel velvetiness. A tough finish of long-lasting sweetness tops of the experience with perfection.

Additional Details

SKU:
10004-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Mexico
Alcohol %:
38
Region:
Mexico
Style:
Reposado
Varietal:
Tequila

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