Why shoot the bad stuff when you can sip on the good stuff?
Tequila has a historically bad rap of reminding us of sweaty college bars, lime and salt, and nights out where unspeakable things happen. But proper premium tequilas have arrived in Canada and are making their presence known in a big way. Premium doesn’t automatically mean more expensive, it just means that you’re drinking a 100 per cent agave spirit just the way tequileros intended. The spirit is split into three sub categories, differentiated by how long the tequila is aged: blanco (zero to two months), reposado (two to 11 months) and anejo (one to three years); they all have unique flavour profiles and appeal to different people. We’ve rounded up six of the best. There’s a tequila for everyone — available in all the NEXT Three Cities!
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