Monthly Archives: October 2010

Inocenté Lives Up to It’s Name

One of the benefits of doing this blog and actively using the new tools of social media is that once in a while I’m able to get my hands on a tequila that’s not yet available in my state. This was … Continue reading

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The Search for 1921 (Part 2 – Reference Guide)

If you read Part 1 of my 1921 post, you already know that it’s a favorite tequila of mine and that in researching the bottle history, I was fortunate enough to speak with Juan Francisco Collado, a partner with Tequila … Continue reading

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Casa Herradura – Is Competition Forcing a New Look?

This past week, Casa Herradura announced that they have upgraded their packaging (re: bottles) for the company’s 140th anniversary. Among other reasons, the new bottles are meant to better showcase the tequilas that rest inside and reflect their place amongst … Continue reading

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