Blanco tequila has not been aged in oak, so it has a brighter, more vegetal flavor than aged tequilas. Make sure when you buy your tequila that it says “100% Blue Agave” on the label. Anything else is “mixto” – essentially, a blended spirit, with added sugar to raise the alcohol level.
Also Known As
- Jose Cuervo
- White tequila
- Silver tequila
- Unaged tequila
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