INTRODUCTION TO TEQUILA
This flight gives you the opportunity to compare the three different styles of a tequila: a young blanco, a mellowed reposado and an aged anejo.
Milagro Blanco + Cazadores Reposado + Hornitos Anejo
DIRECT TO BOTTLE VS. SUAVE
In this flight, an attempt to determine the true essence of the agave plant, you are treated to four different Blancos: two tequilas that are bottled right after distillation and two Suaves that are given around a month to idle in oak.
Siembra Valles + Cazadores + Herradura + Gran Centenario
Recommended for a lover of the distinctively peaty single malt scotches of Islay, this flight puts forward three tequilas that harken back to the assertive smoky flavors of tequila's mezcal forbears. Not for the weak of heart!
Hornitos Cristalino + El Tesoro Reposado + Milagro Anejo
REBS VS FROGS
This flight consists of four Anejos, our finest sipping tequilas whose rich, woody flavors and amber color are attributed to their time spent in oak barrels. But whose oak? The first two Anejos have matured in bourbon barrels from Kentucky (the aforementioned Rebs) while the latter two aged in white French oak.
Don Julio + Tres Generaciones + Casamigos + ArteNOM Seleccion 1146
ONE PRODUCER, THREE TEQUILAS
These vertical flights allow you to experience all three styles of tequila: Blanco, Reposado, Anejo through the vision and technique of a single producer.
HIGHLAND vs LOWLAND
Terrior in Jalisco? This flight of four Reposados takes into account the role of geography plays in influencing tequila. Compare tequilas from the highlands, described as having more "refined" characteristics, with those of the lowlands, known generally for more wood and earthy flavors.
Casamigos + Milagro + Siembra Valles + Corralejo
INTRODUCTION TO MEZCAL
Terror in Oaxaca? This flight gives you the opportunity to compare Del Maguey mezcals from villages with different climates and growing conditions: the narrow, hot valley of San Luis del Rio; the tropical, Hawaii-like environs of Santo Domingo Albarradas; and the broad valley of both desert and semi-tropics, Chichicapa.
Santo Domingo Alabarras + San Luis del Rio + Chichicapa