Tequila is generally aged in oak barrels previously used to mature bourbon, which means they are already 'seasoned'. Reposado tequila (meaning 'rested') is aged between 2-11 months. This ageing period sees the barrel contributing flavours such as vanilla and creme caramel to Tequila's earthy, spicy, herbaceous, vegetal character.
A step up from the standard issue Olmeca, the name 'Altos' refers to the highlands of the tequila-producing region in Mexico, where the best 100% agave tequilas are made. IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Tequila
Caramba Pink Reposado Tequila gets its colours from being aged in Bordeaux wine casks for at least six months, With exotic fruit notes, this works just as well on its won as it does with fruit juices and other mixers.
Sauza's super-premium tequila, Tres Generaciones is named for the three generations of the family that have helped develop their range. They triple distill their spirit and the reposado is aged in American oak for a minimum of 4 months.
Chamucos, which means devil or demon in Mexico, is made from 100% Weber Blue Agave under the watchful eye of master distiller Wilfrido Ortega Casas. A number of techniques are applied to bring the best out of these Agave plants including "playing Classical music during distillation".
A very special luxury tequila, blended using reposado, anejo and extra anejo 100% agave tequilas. The blend is then subject to a proprietary filtering process that removes the colour while at the same time making the tequila exceptionally smooth and creamy in texture. Maestro Dobel Diamond looks set to take the premium tequila market by storm.