Review: YÉYO Tequila Silver

YEYO Trio of bottlesI first noticed YÉYO on the "Local Spirits" shelf at the liquor store. I did not purchase it for a long time and now I regret not picking up this ultra premium tequila sooner.

Review: Tequila Tamer Sangrita

Tequila Tamer
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Tequila Tamer is a tomato-based sangrita produced in San Diego, California. You might be surprised how good this bottled sangrita is. Though some may argue that authentic sangrita contains no tomato juice, Tequila Tamer's flavor makes you forget all about the authenticity arguments. It has everything you want from a sangrita - it's sweet and spicy taste complements tequila ultimately enhancing your tasting experience.





Review: El Espolon Tequila Blanco & Reposado

El Espolon Tequila Blanco & Reposado
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El Espolón has an eye-catching label that tells a story, and a reasonable price point. So I grabbed both the blanco and reposado and crossed my fingers.

Review: Viuda de Sanchez Sangrita

Viuda de Sanchez Sangrita
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I found Viuda de Sãnchez Sangrita online. It says "LA ORIGINAL" on the label. I ordered two bottles and waited for some authentic sangrita to arrive.

Review: El Mayor Tequila Blanco

El Mayor Trio - Blanco, Reposado, & Anejo
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When you name your tequila El Mayor, “the greatest” in it Spanish, you'll need to pay attention to every detail, and leave nothing to chance. They claim they do just that with this premium tequila.

Review: 901 Tequila Silver

901 Tequila Silver
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901 Tequila Silver. It's the ultra premium, triple distilled tequila from Justin Timberlake. Time to forget Patron, this is the new tequila for nights out.

Review: Ilegal Mezcal Anejo

Ilegal Mezcal Anejo
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I had to drive an hour and a half, and drop over a bill to get the last bottle in the state. Still Ilegal Mezcal Anejo was a no brainer.

Ilegal Mezcal is an artisanal mezcal produced in Tlacolula, Oaxaca, Mexico. Destilled by Destileria Tlacolula NOM (O01X) and imported by John Rexer, the owner of the tequila/mezcal bar, Cafe No Se, in Antigua, Guatemala.