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The Best Blanco & Silver Tequilas

Blanco, Silver or unaged Tequila is the most common type of Tequila.

Looking for the perfect Blanco Tequila? Look no further! My handpicked selection of the best blanco tequilas will leave you saying “Salud!”

Fuenteseca Cosecha 2018 – Best Blanco 2023

  • Nose: Agave, earth, brine, pepper
  • Palate: Agave, brine, green olives, mango, papaya
  • Alcohol content: 89.6 proof (44.8% ABV)
  • How to drink: Neat
  • Similar to: Fuenteseca Reserva

Fuenteseca Cosecha 2018 is not your typical Tequila as it is quite different to anything you have tasted making a very special pour.


The nose of Fuenteseca features a blast of cooked agave, accompanied by an earthy note, brine, and a drizzle of black pepper.

When tasted, Fuenteseca feels full-bodied and oily, providing a great mouthfeel.

First sip hits with agave flavor, along with a rich mineral note and green olives.

A fruity note is also present, bringing hints of mango and papaya.

The finish is long and smooth, with very little heat despite the high 90 proof, and has a soft touch of vanilla and black pepper.

Is it good?

Fuenteseca is a game-changer in the world of Tequila, as it boasts an exceptionally rich flavor while remaining smooth and effortlessly drinkable.

Despite its price tag of over $100 for a Blanco Tequila, Fuenteseca is a must-try pour that is worth every penny.

It’s one of the best Tequilas you can buy not only according to me but to Tequila Matchmaker which is Tequila’s main reference site.

7 Leguas “Siete Decadas” (Seven decades) – Best for Gift

  • Nose: Agave, earth, mineral
  • Palate: Agave, olive, cinnamon, anise
  • Alcohol content: 84 proof (42% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Siete Leguas Blanco


The aroma of Siete Decadas is dominated by a powerful roasted agave scent, along with earthy and salty undertones, without any noticeable alcohol notes.

When tasted, Siete Decadas feels incredibly creamy and creates a delightful mouthfeel.

The flavor profile features cooked agave as the primary note, followed by hints of cinnamon and a subtle touch of anise, and a bit of black pepper.

The finish is notably long and pleasantly warm, with more agave and cinnamon flavors lingering on the palate.

Is it good?

7 Leguas (which means “seven leagues” in Spanish) is among the most highly esteemed distilleries in Mexico.

It celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2022 with a special edition called “Siete Decadas.”

This Tequila is an ideal gift for any occasion and happened to be the present I chose for myself on my last birthday.

What sets Siete Decadas apart is that it’s made from wild “criollo” agaves, which are smaller but juicier and sweeter than cultivated agaves.

Cascahuin Tahona Blanco

  • Nose: Citrus peel, agave, earth
  • Palate: Agave, earth, citrus, cinnamon
  • Alcohol content: 84 proof (42% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Fortaleza Blanco

Cascahuin Tequila is a top Tequila brand only known by true aficionados.

It is crafted at Destileria Cascahuin along other solid brands such as Loco, Wild Common and ArteNom.


The aroma of Cascahuin is highlighted by notes of orange and lemon peel, accompanied by the distinct scent of agave and a subtle hint of wet soil.

Upon tasting, the Tequila delivers a buttery texture that creates a pleasant mouthfeel.

The first sip provides a warm yet pleasant sensation, bursting with agave and earth flavors that gradually give way to a combination of orange and cinnamon.

The finish is notably long and features rich natural sweetness from the agave, with a touch of black pepper adding depth to the overall experience.

Is it good?

Cascahuin is best enjoyed either neat or on the rocks and is bottled at a higher proof than most Tequilas, giving it a fuller body without becoming overpowering.

Allowing the Tequila to breathe for a few minutes enhances its flavors and aromas.

Cascahuin is a perfect choice for those who desire a strong agave flavor above all else and is a heavenly gift for such individuals.

G4 Blanco – Best Daily Drinker

  • Nose: Agave, earth, grass, pepper
  • Palate: Agave, minerals, earth, citrus
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: G4 Reposado


G4 Blanco’s aroma is characterized by a powerful blast of roasted agave, accompanied by notes of earth, grass, and black pepper; it’s as if you can smell the agave plant and its surroundings.

Upon tasting, G4 Silver delivers a solid, creamy body that’s both satisfying and enjoyable.

Flavor is defined by the natural sweetness of blue agave, enriched with minerals and hints of orange.

The finish is long and pleasantly warm, featuring a combination of cinnamon and black pepper.

Is it good?

G4 Blanco provides what you expect from a top silver Tequila: rich agave flavor, earthy and mineral notes, a tad of black pepper and enough warmth to remind you that you are drinking Tequila.

It drinks nicely neat or rocks using large ice cubes as you don’t want to water-down this dram and definitely not a Tequila to make cocktails; it’s just too good for that.

This Tequila is free of additives, chemicals and sweeteners making it completely legit.

Ocho Plata

  • Nose: Agave, pineapple, grapefruit, lime
  • Palate: Roasted agave, ripe fruit, cinnamon, anise
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Casamigos Blanco


Ocho Plata’s aroma begins with a powerful agave scent, combined with fresh and fruity notes of pineapple, grapefruit, and lime.

When tasted, it delivers a smooth and velvety texture, with a prominent flavor of cooked agave followed by ripe fruit, cinnamon, and a subtle hint of anise that’s reminiscent of Casa Noble Blanco, albeit less pronounced in terms of the anise flavor.

Additionally, there is an interesting earthy touch to the overall flavor profile.

The finish lingers with a warming sensation, featuring more agave notes along with a drizzle of black pepper.

Is it good?

Ocho Tequila is incredibly smooth and good.

Everything in perfect balance, with no harsh or off-putting notes, and the right amount of warmth delivering a great sipper.

This is something to drink either neat and perhaps rocks if you want to chill it a bit, but I’d rather keep it in the fridge as I hate to water-down a precious dram like this.

Fortaleza Blanco

  • Nose: Olive, agave, citrus, lime
  • Palate: Olive, agave, mint, black pepper
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Patron Silver


Fortaleza Blanco boasts a rich aroma of green olives, cooked agave, orange, and lime.

When tasted, it provides an outstanding oily mouthfeel, with a flavor that’s rich in olive, blue agave sweetness, ripe fruit, mint, and a subtle hint of black pepper.

The finish is notably long, with a peppery kick at first, followed by notes of anise and agave in the background, along with a pleasant warmth that lingers.

Is it good?

Fortaleza Blanco is a truly authentic Tequila, free from any additives or artificial flavors.

The rich cooked agave flavor, combined with a subtle olive note and perfect level of sweetness, makes it exceptional and one of the best Blancos.

Crafted using traditional methods that have been proven to produce Tequilas of the highest quality, Fortaleza Blanco is a true old-school classic.

And the best part is, it’s priced under $50, making it an excellent value for its outstanding quality.

If you want to know more about this brand read mi post: Is Fortaleza a Good Tequila?

Cazcanes Blanco No. 9 – 100 Proof Tequila!

  • Nose: Clove, cinnamon, agave, salt
  • Palate: Agave, asparagus, anise, pepper
  • Alcohol content: 100 proof (50% ABV)
  • How to drink? Rocks
  • Similar to: Cazcanes No. 7


The aroma of Cazcanes Blanco Tequila is unique, featuring notes of clove and cinnamon, followed by roasted agave and a mineral undertone.

The texture on the palate is smooth and velvety, providing a great mouthfeel.

The flavor profile starts with a strong agave taste, followed by a vegetal note of asparagus, a hint of anise, and a subtle touch of black pepper.

The finish is long, with some spiciness and a pleasant warmth that is expected from a 100 proof release, but without being harsh, delivering pleasing heat that warms the chest.

Is it good?

Cazcanes Blanco Tequila is considered one of the best Blancos due to its well-balanced and distinctive flavors.

Despite being a high-proof Tequila, it still provides a smooth and enjoyable drinking experience without being overly harsh or hot.

One of the standout features of Cazcanes Blanco is its lack of additives, allowing the natural flavors of the agave to shine through without any interference.

Casamigos Blanco – Best for Newbies and Smoothest

  • Nose: Vanilla, agave, mint
  • Palate: Smooth, creamy, agave, vanilla, mint
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Patron Silver


The aroma of Casamigos Blanco is dominated by vanilla, with subtle notes of agave and mint.

When sipping, the Tequila has a silky texture and the flavor is highlighted by the same strong vanilla note, along with hints of mint, and a slight sweetness from the blue agave.

The finish is long and satisfying, providing a pleasant warmth, with a lasting taste of vanilla and mint that lingers on the palate.

Is it good?

Casamigos Blanco is a smooth and sweet Tequila that can be sipped neat or on the rocks without any harshness or burn.

However, due to its high vanilla content, it may not be the best choice for cocktails such as Margaritas or Palomas.

This is still the best celebrity Tequila and the one I offer to my guests willing to develop taste for Tequila.

Tapatio 110 – Best high proof Blanco

  • Nose: Agave, black pepper, grapefruit
  • Palate: Agave, pepper, lime, mint, orange
  • Alcohol content: 110 proof (55% ABV)
  • How to drink? Rocks
  • Similar to: Fortaleza Still Strength


The aroma of Tapatio 110 initially has a noticeable alcohol scent, but it quickly transitions to a cooked agave aroma, accompanied by black pepper and a hint of grapefruit.

The texture of the Tequila is creamy, providing a pleasant mouthfeel.

Upon tasting, the warmth of the high proof is immediately felt, followed by the natural sweetness of the blue agave, along with notes of lime, mint, orange, and a subtle mineral and spicy touch.

The finish is long-lasting, with more warmth and agave sweetness remaining on the palate.

Overall, Tapatio 110 is a great high-proof Tequila with a complex and well-balanced flavor profile.

Is it good?

110 implies that this Tequila is bottled at 110 proof (55% ABV) which is high when compared to most Tequilas that are bottled at 80 proof (40% ABV) meaning they have far less alcohol content.

What makes Tapatio special is that despite the high proof it doesn’t feel warm, drinks quite nicely and it’s a great option when in the mood to make overly tasty cocktails.

It’s also good on its own as you can sip it rocks, just make use to use a large ice ball avoiding dilution.

Don Fulano Blanco

  • Nose: Agave, black pepper, vegetal
  • Palate: Agave, mint, citrus, cinnamon
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Ocho Plata


The aroma of this Tequila is characterized by roasted agave and black pepper notes, with a hint of earthiness.

On the palate, the texture is smooth and pleasant, providing a good mouthfeel.

The flavor profile is dominated by cooked agave, along with hints of mint, citrus, and cinnamon.

The finish is long and herbaceous, with a subtle warmth and a peppery kick that reminds that you are drinking Tequila.

Overall, Don Fulano delivers a well-balanced and enjoyable drinking experience.

Is it good?

Don Fulano, which roughly translates to John Doe, is a nice sipping Tequila.

It is very smooth, while still being tasty and rich in agave flavor, with nice peppery notes and very little heat.

This Tequila is completely legitimate, free of additives or artificial sweeteners, with a taste of real Tequila that will please old-school aficionados and newbies alike looking for an easy sipper with no off-putting notes.

Mijenta Blanco

  • Nose: Salted butter, agave, flowers
  • Palate: Agave, orange, lime, butter
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Villa Lobos Blanco


Mijenta Tequila has a unique and enjoyable flavor profile.

The aroma on the nose is interesting with a mix of salted butter, roasted agave, and floral notes.

On the palate, the Tequila offers a smooth and creamy mouthfeel with a balanced sweetness from the agave.

The taste is reminiscent of citrus fruits such as orange and lime, along with the salted butter notes detected on the nose.

The finish is long-lasting and warm, with a hint of anise providing a pleasant aftertaste.

Overall, Mijenta is a delightful Tequila worth trying.

Is it good?

Mijenta Blanco is a nice easy drinker, rich in cooked agave, orange and lime flavors, along a subtle anise note on the finish.

Very little warmth and most importantly this is a legit Tequila free of additives providing a real experience.

On top of a good pour this Tequila comes with a nice backstory as Mijenta is concerned about sustainability and the surrounding community.

In summary, if you ever come across Mijenta rest assured that this is a must-try for real Tequila aficionados.

El Tesoro Blanco

  • Nose: Roasted agave, earth, olive, salt
  • Palate: Agave, citrus, earth, bell peppers
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink: Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Don Julio Blanco


The aroma on the nose of this Tequila is dominated by roasted agave, wet soil, olive, and a hint of salt.

When sipping, the agave flavor is the star, followed by a citrus note, earthiness, and a spicy kick from bell pepper.

The finish is long-lasting with a pleasant bite and lingering sweetness from the agave.

Is it good?

El Tesoro Blanco is a solid tequila and one of the best Blancos you can buy today.

Sweet, citrusy, and very pure with the smooth taste and after taste of sweet blue agave.

El Tesoro Tequila was founded in 1937 by Don Felipe Camarena who who was raised in a family that had previously been making tequila since the early 1800s.

This Tequila is also old-school and will be highly enjoyed by those who value tequila’s true flavors.

Lalo Blanco

  • Nose: Agave, citrus, green grass, black pepper
  • Palate: Agave, pepper, citrus, cinnamon, vanilla
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Don Julio Blanco

This brand was launched by Lalo Gonzalez, grandson of Don Julio Gonzalez who in 1942 established a somewhat successful Tequila brand named Don Julio Tequila.


Lalo Tequila’s nose is light and pleasing, with a noticeable agave scent along with notes of citrus, black pepper, grass, and earth.

On the palate, Lalo displays a rich and natural sweetness from the agave, complemented by hints of citrus, vanilla, cinnamon, and black pepper.

The creamy texture adds to the enjoyable drinking experience, and the Tequila has very little warmth, making it easy to sip.

The finish is a bit short, but still satisfying, with a touch of baking spice.

Overall, Lalo Tequila is a nice choice for those who prefer a smooth and balanced Tequila with a focus on the natural sweetness of agave.

Is it good?

Lalo is a good Tequila, not the most complex or interesting but a solid offering rich in natural flavors, free of additives and sweeteners.

This Tequila is an easy drinker, that aficionados of all levels will appreciate as it is smooth, yet tasty, rich in flavors of legit Tequila.

Volcan de Mi Tierra Blanco

  • Nose: Agave, brine, melon, alcohol
  • Palate: Agave, melon, baking spice, mineral
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Neat, rocks
  • Similar to: Insolito


The initial aroma of Volcan is dominated by the scent of roasted agave, accompanied by a subtle note of brine and the refreshing aroma of melon.

While there is a slight hint of alcohol at first, it dissipates as the Tequila breathes.

When sipped, Volcan Blanco delivers a smooth and sweet taste, with the richness of agave flavor taking center stage.

There are also notes of melon and a subtle touch of baking spice, with a viscous texture that provides a satisfying mouthfeel.

The finish is long and enjoyable, with only a gentle warmth that leaves behind a rich mineral and earthy aftertaste.

Overall, Volcan Blanco is a well-crafted Tequila that delivers a delightful drinking experience.

Is it good?

Volcan de Mi Tierra is a nice sipping Tequila, very clean and smooth providing a solid experience from nose to finish.

Sweet on the palate, while earthy and salty on the finish, striking a nice balance, and most importantly with very little to no heat.

I don’t detect any artificial or foreign flavors making Volcan a Tequila free of additives, something that is important to true Tequila aficionados.

Attractively priced for a fine sipping Tequila making one the Best Blanco Tequilas and something you should be drinking.

Espolon Blanco – Best Blanco for Cocktails & Shots

  • Nose: Agave, black pepper, citrus, alcohol
  • Palate: Agave, black pepper, citrus
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Cocktails
  • Similar to: Casamigos Blanco


Espolon Blanco is one of the best-value Tequila you can buy today and one of the best Blancos under $30.

Espolon Blanco is a versatile Tequila that works well in a variety of cocktails, making it a great addition to any cabinet.

Its unique bottle design adds a cool factor to your liquor collection.

On the nose, it presents a light earthy scent, with hints of black pepper and alcohol.

When sipped, it initially feels a bit warm, but it mellows out to reveal some sweetness and fruity notes.

The finish is medium-length, with a blend of citrus and a warming pepper kick.

Overall, Espolon Blanco is a solid tequila option for mixing up your favorite cocktails.

Is it good?

In summary, Espolon Tequila offers a good tastemoderate sweetness, although a bit warm and peppery but nothing terrible or off-putting.

In fact, it has the ideal characteristics for a mixer to make tasty cocktails.

Best Blanco Tequilas: Buying Guide

Prices are approximate and stated in USD:

Fuenteseca Cosecha 2018$130
7 Leguas “Siete Decadas”$140
Fortaleza Blanco$55
Cascahuin Tahona Blanco$75
Casamigos Blanco$52
Tapatio 110$56
Don Fulano Blanco$55
Mijenta Blanco$45
Ocho Plata$50
El Tesoro Blanco$48
Volcan de Mi Tierra$50
Lalo Blanco$45
G4 Blanco$50
Espolon Blanco$28
Cazcanes Blanco$90

Which is the best Blanco Tequila?

Fuenteseca Cosecha 2018

  • This Tequila is supremely good and the one that will change how you understand Tequila as it’s unbelievably smooth yet incredibly tasty and satisfying.

Which is the sweetest & smoothest Blanco Tequila?

Casamigos Blanco

  • Casamigos is the best choice for those new to tequila that prefer a sweeter taste and extra smoothness as this tequila is remarkably easy to sip hence is popularity.

What do the best Blanco Tequilas have in common?

The best Blanco Tequilas are smooth and shine for their rich blue agave flavor which provides beautiful natural sweetness.

In general, they have notes of citrus, ripe fruit, asparagus, wet earth, and a bit of black pepper.

The best Blanco Tequilas do not taste like Splenda or artificial sweetener as they are chemical free.

Which is the Best Blanco Tequila to make Margaritas and cocktails?

Espolon Blanco

  • Espolon Blanco is the best choice for those exclusively looking for a mixer or a shooter as its price makes it unbeatable.

Blanco Tequilas that are good but didn’t make the cut

These are 3 Tequilas that are quite competent but not good enough to be among the best 10+2

Don Julio Blanco

  • Nose: Agave, alcohol, citrus, earth
  • Palate: Agave, black pepper, citrus, alcohol
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Rocks
  • Similar to: Don Julio 70

Don Julio Blanco is often used as a benchmark for comparison with other brands.

The nose of Don Julio Blanco is initially dominated by a strong alcohol aroma, but as it develops, you can also detect notes of citrus, earth, and minerals.

On the palate, the Tequila is smooth and sweet, with a pleasant citrus flavor, complemented by earthy tones and a hint of black pepper.

Despite the initial alcohol scent, there is very little heat on the tongue, though the body could be more robust.

The finish is long and sweet, with just a hint of bite.

Overall, Don Julio Blanco is a top-quality Tequila and widely available across the globe.

Patron Silver

  • Nose: Agave, pepper, citrus, alcohol
  • Palate: Alcohol, agave, pepper, citrus
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Rocks
  • Similar to: 1800 Silver

Certainly, Patron Silver is a good quality Tequila with a classic taste profile. It offers a pleasant balance between agave, citrus, and black pepper, and the finish is warm and spicy.

However, it faces stiff competition in the Blanco Tequila category where there are many other high-quality options available.

Additionally, given its current price, there are arguably better Blanco Tequilas out there.

It’s important to note that Patron does not use additives or sweeteners in its production process, which is a testament to its authenticity as a Tequila.

Laud Blanco

  • Nose: Agave, earth, cinnamon, orange
  • Palate: Agave, pepper, mineral, vanilla
  • Alcohol content: 80 proof (40% ABV)
  • How to drink? Rocks
  • Similar to: Cimarron Blanco

The nose hits with cooked agave at first, followed by a rich earthy note, along a touch of cinnamon and orange peel.

On the palate, Laud Blanco has an oily texture providing a good mouthfeel.

Flavor brings agave, along a rich mineral note, black pepper and a bit of sweet vanilla.

The finish is long and pleasantly warm with a subtle peppery note.

Laud drinks nicely neat and becomes better when served on the rocks as ice subdues the peppery note making it more pleasing.

It has rich agave and mineral notes which are a must in a good Blanco Tequila, with very little warmth making a good sipper.

It must be noted that Laud is made from single estate certified organic agaves ticking a box that has become increasingly important for some consumers.

Silver & Blanco Tequila FAQ

All your silver tequila questions will be answered here:

Is Silver Tequila the same as blanco?

Silver or blanco (white) are exactly the same thing. Silver is an unaged distillate that never entered in contact with an oak barrel.

What does Blanco/Silver Tequila taste like?

The good silver Tequilas I have presented you in this roundup have a marked sweet cooked blue agave note.

Some have mineral notes, others are more fruity and some are more floral.

But I can assure you that this round-up only shows top-notch stuff.

The bad blanco or silver tequila have a strong alcohol scent and flavor that have given tequila a bad reputation.

Is Silver Tequila 100% agave?

All the Tequilas in this round-up are 100% agave.

But not all silver Tequilas are made using only agave. When shopping for Tequila always look for those labeled 100% agave.

Is Blanco better Tequila better than gold?

Gold is a sub-par tequila category that mixes sugar cane and agave. Low-quality stuff that will give you a bad hangover the following morning.

Let us not confuse reposado tequila and gold tequila. They both have the same color but reposado is quality stuff that must be tried.


100% agave silver tequila is gluten-free so feel confident to drink it if you wanna avoid gluten in you diet.

Does Blanco Tequila have carbs?

No, it doesn’t. Tequila is keto-friendly, gluten-free but not pet-friendly :p

Does Blanco tequila have calories?

97 calories per shot.

Is Blanco/Silver tequila good for Margaritas?

Yes, Silver or Blanco makes a perfect mixer. It mixes nicely with margaritas, palomas, Mexican mules and any cocktail of your liking.

Is Blanco Tequila better than Reposado?

It depends on the purpose. If you want a tequila to enjoy sweet agave flavors then go for silver. If you want to add some toffee and oaky flavors to the agave then choose reposado.

Blanco or silver is better suited for newbies.

Can Silver Tequila go bad?

A bottle of tequila can last for years even having being opened but once a bottle goes down to 25% of its content it goes bad, so I strongly urge you to drink it right away. I have no explanation for this, is just experience.

Can you drink Blanco Tequila straight?

The tequilas in this round-up are meant to be enjoyed straight or neat, on the rocks or in cocktails. Only quality tequilas have been shown in this article. Feel free to sip the silver tequilas shown in this round-up.

Does Silver Tequila give you hangovers?

100% agave tequila is hangover-free as long as you don’t overdo it. But all things being equal you can’t compare whisky, rum, vodka or agave spirits hangover. Agave allows you to drink a bit more without feeling awful the morning after.

Do you chill Blanco Tequila?

Feel free to store it in the freezer as the alcohol content won’t let it freeze. The cold will tune down the alcoholic notes making it easier to drink and a perfect match for a warm night.


Tuesday 7th of February 2023

Fortaleza should rank higher, IMO


Sunday 20th of February 2022

I tried casamigos blanco and thought it was horrible……taste like black pepper! Threw my money down the drain. I think Patron is one of the best and it’s not listed.

Mario Barnes

Thursday 10th of February 2022

Good list in some but for the prices we're talking one needs to veer away from Don Julio and Casamigos Blancos. Highly overrated and gives hangovers at times. Yes, both brands on occasion I've had in different places and they gave me a hangover. I find inconsistency with these two Blancos. I ONLY drink tequila. No other alcohol, other than beer on few occasions and I promise, try Tequila Ocho Plata and Gran Dovejo Blanco or high proof over the Casamigos and Don Julio Blanco. You will not be Disappointed.


Monday 7th of February 2022

I disagree with quite a few of your picks. If you know anything about distillers using diffuser methods you wouldn't recommend them (Don Julio, etc). No mention of Arette distillers, 5th generation, traditional methods and NO DIFFUSER. Maybe your followers are all Margarita drinkers or you are getting $$ to mention some of these brands.