Tequila Comes of Age

Superpremium releases across multiple age categories of this Mexican spirit are showing wood accents

Tequila Comes of Age
Hacienda Patrón in Jalisco, Mexico. The producer’s oldest bottling, an extra añejo aged 10 years, is made from 100 percent blue agave and matured in a mix of American and French oak barrels. (Corey Arnold)
From the May 31, 2020, issue

The hyperpremium end of the tequila market is booming thanks to growing interest in wood-aged versions.

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