Sierra Gold Reposado Tequila 700ml

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Sierra Gold is a Reposado (rested) tequila from Jalisco, Mexico. Distilled in copper pot stills according to a traditional method, Sierra Gold rests for nine months in toasted oak casks, giving it an incredible gold-looking colour. The freshness and irresistible fruitiness of the Reposado label is complemented by delicate notes of vanilla, caramel and wild herb aromas.

Sierra Tequila Reposado boasts a particular complexity, which comes to the fore when enjoyed pure or in fresh and fruity margaritas and other tequila cocktails. 

Tasting Note: The freshness and irresistible fruitiness of the Reposado label is complemented by delicate notes of vanilla, caramel and wild herb aromas.

Additional Details

SKU:
11580-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Mexico
Alcohol %:
38
Region:
Mexico
Style:
Reposado
Varietal:
Tequila

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