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Herradura Reposado Tequila, 70 cl
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- This 100% agave tequila is aged for 11 months which gives this tequila its deep copper colour and exceptionally smooth taste with notes of sweet cooked agave, vanilla and cinnamon
- Aged for 11 months in American oak casks
- Made in Mexico
- It was awarded Gold medal by San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2009 and Silver medal by The SIP Awards 2010
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Light gold in colour. Aroma of oak, cinnamon and spice, mild on the palate with a light and dry finish.
The first commercially available Reposado introduced by Herradura in 1974.
Herradura Reposado - Double Gold Medal Winner at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2006
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Herradura Reposado, 100% Agave Tequila 70cl
Carefully crafted using traditional methods, Herradura is produced and estate bottled in the heart of Mexico's tequila region, using locally grown, high quality 100% blue agave. Aged for 11 months in virgin american white oak barrels to give a light golden colour with vanilla and cinnamon notes on the finish.
Herradura Reposado 70cl
The Hacienda Fizz
CASA HERRADURA Origins
Tequila Herradura was founded in 1870 by Feliciano Romo, who established the location of the estate in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains – where Feliciano stumbled across a ray of light shimmering from a horseshoe on the ground – he sought to establish his dream based on this fortuitous find and named the brand Herradura, Spanish for ‘Horseshoe’.
CASA HERRADURA Production
Located and produced in the tiny town of Amatitán, in the heart of tequila region, near Tequila Mountain, about 40 minutes from Guadalajara. Herradura Tequila is made from the finest blue agave, with an unrivalled patience and meticulous care. 100% blue agave, all- natural, estate grown and estate bottled.
Reposado, means “rested”. This distinctive tasting reposado has unique flavours of vanilla, dried fruit and cooked agave. Aged for 11 months (9 more than the category standards) which gives this tequila its deep colour. A full, thick and silky body. Aroma: baked agave, clear cinnamon and vanilla notes and definitely wood smooth feel, floral aroma, and creamy oak finish. Taste: confirms cooked agave and balanced wood, vanilla and cinnamon notes.
Hacienda fizz (long serve): 50ml Herradura Reposado, 20ml lemon juice, 15ml orgeat, 20ml egg white. Top with soda, shake & strain and serve in a hi-ball with cubed ice. No garnish. The Herradura Spritz is light, refreshing and very simple: 20ml Herradura Plata, 5 mint leaves, 50ml White Wine, top with Grapefruit Soda. Or try a Chocolate & Chilli Old Fashioned with 50ml Herradura Reposado, 2 dashes chocolate bitters, 2 dashes jalapeño shrub bitters, build & stir. Serve in a rocks glass over cubed ice.
- Herradura is the 2nd oldest distillery still producing tequila in Mexico. It was founded in 1870.
- Herradura Reposado is aged for 11 months in virgin American white oak barrels.
- Herradura invented the Reposado category (1973) and the Extra Anejo category.
- 100% blue agave, all-natural, estate grown and estate bottled
- Distributed in the UK by Mangrove Global
- Please enjoy responsibly
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