- n. Plural form of tequila.
“At long last, the quality of the finest tequilas is recognized as being on a par with the finest whiskies, rums and brandies.”
“Our guide said that the tequilas were available for sale, but Mary and I passed on that.”
“Andi Johnson's margaritas are a solid mix of tart and sweet and can be made with upmarket tequilas like Don Julio Blanco to minimize hangovers.”
“Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal El Meco Loco, with jalapeños As at any true cantina, there is a wide variety of tequilas to choose from.”
“Rollicking, casual spot that serves multiflavored organic tequilas and a selection of microbrews to go with its delicious soft corn tacos.”
“For the 70th anniversary of Don Julio whose "1942" brand is one of the best tequilas you can buy, they've come up with a tequila that's aged in wood for 18 months like an añejo, then filtered using a unique process so it's clear like a blanco, while somehow retaining flavor characteristics of both blanco and añejo, without tasting quite like either.”
“As a way-too-general rule of thumb, unaged tequilas are used as mixers, while aged tequilas are meant to be consumed neat.”
“In the last decade, the market for premium tequilas has exploded, and along with the growing market, new brands seem to be emerging on a weekly basis.”
“But for our purposes, I'm checking out sipping tequilas -- añejos, extra añejos and the occasional noteworthy reposado.”
“But since the '90s, Cuervo has been making first-rate tequilas aimed at a more sophisticated, upscale market.”
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