Tequila 101 [infographic]

April 17, 2014 |  by  |  Entertainment, Food, Lifestyle

I’m one of the few people that can actually handle tequila. Perhaps its my hispanic background that allows me to consume any type of tequila with out it completely annihilating my personhood the next day. Whatever the form or drink, I’m usually the only person to willingly request tequila. I usually take it in shot form (the lime and salt just give it the smoothest flavor!) or I’ll take it easy and request extra in my margarita.  Even though my favorite liquor is tequila, I’m sad to say that I don’t really know much about it.

Thankfully, this infographic has enlightened me on my favorite liquor. After checking out today’s infographic, I have determined that my favorite type of tequila is tequila oro. However, I am now curious of how tequila anejo and tequila extra anejo taste. Perhaps I’m not the tequila lover I boasted myself to be… Either way, I’m inspired to try out these new tequilas during these next few spring months. I encourage you to do the same! [via]

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  • lisapietsch

    Hispanic or not, I find that most women, when introduced to fine tequilas, quickly become passionate about them just as I did years ago. I would strongly recommend against spending your money on a “gold” as that is the typical Jose Cuervo mixto that is NOT made with 100% agave and, instead, uses cheap sugars in the distilling process.
    You may want to ease into the 100% agave tequilas with a nice highlands reposado. My first favorite was Cabo Wabo Reposado. When I opened the bottle, it was as though they’d bottled Mexico. I could smell the sun and the ocean and it made a delightful margarita. Years later, I rarely have a mixed tequila drink and enjoy all of my tequilas (blanco, reposado, anejo, and extra anejo) straight and sipped.
    If you want to learn more about tequilas, check us out at http://www.TequilaAficionado.com. We’re starting some features for women who are just discovering tequilas that you might enjoy.