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Blanco, plata, oro, añejo, or reposado, Barbank has all the tasty tequila you’re searching for. Browse our massive selection and discover premium tequila brands like Clase Azul, Don Julio, and Casa Dragones. From rare tequila bottles to everyday standbys for mixing margaritas, Barbank offers the best tequila at the best prices (and shipping is just fifteen dollars, guaranteed).

What Is Premium Tequila?

Tequila is a fermented and distilled spirit made from the Weber blue agave plant. Beloved for its smooth, fruity finish and stimulating properties, this Mexican spirit is a staple in home bars all over the world—and you can find the finest varieties at Barbank. 

Where Does Tequila Come From?

Like champagne or parmesan cheese, tequila gets its name from the region of the world where it’s produced—and it must be produced in an officially designated region to earn its title. Tequila can be made in Guanajuato, Michoacán, Nayarit, Tamaulipas, and Jalisco, where you’ll find its namesake municipality. A source of national pride with indigenous roots, “tequila” comes from the Nahuatl language, spoken by the region’s indigenous Nahuatl people. 

How Is Premium Tequila Made?

The process of making great tequila is even more involved than that of other spirits. While modern farming techniques have made it easier to harvest the grains and fruit used to make vodka, gin, and whiskey, agave must be harvested by hand. Jimadors (specialized agave farmers) cut the agave cores out by hand, using centuries-old techniques. The cores, called piñas, are crushed to create the fermentation mash, mosto. The mosto is fermented and distilled, then aged to perfection.  

How Many Calories Are In Tequila? 

When it comes to spirits, tequila is a great lower-calorie option. There are around 95-100 calories in a one-and-a-half-ounce serving of tequila.

How Much Sugar Is In Tequila? 

Due to the fermentation and distillation process, tequila contains zero sugar. It’s also got zero carbohydrates—a wise choice for folks who are health-conscious.

What Are The Different Types of Premium Tequila? 

From sweet, complex añejos to ultra-clean cristalino, there’s a tequila that suits every taste—here’s a primer on the most common ones. 

Añejo

Añejo translates to “old.” Aged in oak barrels for a range of one to three years, añejo tequila displays warming, sweet notes that may recall bourbon. Because they’re perfect for sipping and savoring, añejos often come at a premium price. Añejo tequila is often considered the best type of sipping tequila.

Blanco

Blanco translates to “white,” even though Blanco tequila is typically referred to as silver tequila in English. Blanco is unaged and is never kept in a wooden barrel, which means that the flavor of the agave comes through beautifully. Bright and bold, it’s a favorite in cocktails.

Reposado

Reposado, or “rested” tequila, is aged for less than a year in wooden oak barrels. Consider reposado tequila, a balanced combination of añejo’s smooth sweetness and Blanco's bright bite. This aged tequila is also perfect as a sipping tequila because of its character and body.

Gold

Tequila takes on a golden color from the aging process, but any tequila that’s gold without carrying an “añejo” or “reposado” distinction is probably colored with additives or blended from a mixture of silver tequila and aged tequila.

Cristalino

A relative newcomer, this high-end type of tequila is aged, and then charcoal filtered for a softer, smoother finish and a crystal-clear appearance.

What Are The Top Premium Tequila Brands? 

Our tequila selection is stocked with the finest agave spirits from Herradura, Fortaleza, Octavio, Espolon, Casamigos, Clase Azul, and more. Whether you’re searching for a tequila brand with extra añejo or tequila Joven, find premium tequilas, rare tequilas, tequila bundles, and bar cart favorites, all waiting for your perusal.

What Mixes Well With Tequila? 

While our premium tequilas taste incredible on their own, this agave spirit comes alive in cocktail form. Complement your tequila with citrus juices, ginger beer, orange liqueurs, and the crisp, vegetal notes of jalapeño. 

What Are Some Popular Drinks You Can Make With Premium Tequila? 

A well-balanced tequila cocktail can make any gathering more festive. Here are a few ideas to inspire you.

Margarita – Whether you salt the rim or add some spice, it doesn’t get more classic than this popular blend of lime, simple syrup, triple sec, and tequila. 

Paloma – With grapefruit, lime, and soda, this tequila-based cocktail offers unbeatable refreshments in the heat of the day. 

Ranch water – A strong tipple that smacks of its native Texas, this on-trend cocktail delights with lime juice, tequila, and Topo Chico sparkling mineral water.

Tequila sunrise – Gorgeous layers of orange juice, simple syrup, tequila, and grenadine combine for a cocktail that’s as pretty as it is delicious.

Why Buy Tequila Online?

Whether you're stocking up for a special occasion or indulging in a special bottle, there’s no better way to shop for tequila than online at Barbank.

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How To Order Tequila Online With Barbank

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