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Dos Lunas Tequila Where To Buy



Dos Lunas is a line of 100% blue agave tequilas produced in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, by Dos Lunas Spirits, LLC, headquartered in El Paso, Texas.[1] The brand has the first triple-distilled silver tequila, a month aged Reposado, 18 month aged Añejo and 10 year old Extra Añejo.[2][3]




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The bottles used for the Silver, Reposado, and Añejo are made of frosted glass with a small, clear pane in the center which looks onto, respectively, an agave plant, tequila barrels, and an agave harvester. The bottles won two silver medals for design at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2007. The Grand Reserve tequila is bottled in the first Baccarat crystal decanter ever made for tequila.[4] The bottles are individually numbered, with 1,000 having been produced.


Dos Lunas Tequila is made from 100% Weber blue agave which is grown near Zapotlanejo, Jalisco, in the tequila-producing region of Mexico. All-natural fertilizer, and naturally derived yeast are utilized, while no added enzymes, synthetic anti-bacterial agents, or glycerine are used at any point during the growth, production, or bottling processes. It is also certified Kosher.


Dos Lunas Tequila is one of the few brands to avoid the use of off-site bottlers, and instead fills each bottle by hand in the same distillery where the tequila is produced. The bottles are also washed in tequila.


Dos Lunas Reposado was also introduced in 2006. The reposado is double distilled and rested for nine months in Tennessee bourbon casks, and in new American white oak barrels. At the end of the nine months, the tequilas from both casks are blended to create an always consistent smooth and mellow taste.


Dos Lunas Añejo was introduced in 2008. Like Dos Lunas reposado, it is aged in both Tennessee whiskey casks and new American white oak casks, but is aged twice as long, being mixed and bottled after 18 months to create this distinctive sipping tequila.


Notes: This tequila is produced on the estate Agua Escondido in the village Zapotlanejo, Jalisco, the heart of tequila country. This is the oldest expression the of the line (with the exception of a very limited edition costing more than my car) its younger siblings being Dos Lunas Silver and a Dos Lunas Reposado.


They use a natural yeast which can take up to five times longer to ferment than some in use by other tequila makers and a double distillation. This is the Anejo (Old) expression of this particular line aged 18 months in a combination of used Bourbon barrels (charred white American oak) and new white American oak barrels then blended and rested in oak again before bottling.


First Impression: Has that good tequila smell. It has all the right elements right at the start: You can also pick up the oak at first nosing. Bouquet is similar to its younger siblings: (savory, citrusy lime, brine) with the added vanilla,anise, and dried fruits smell of a good bourbon whisky overlaid with a peppery oakness.


Drinks: Seductive, decadent Margaritas: be sure to use fresh juice and Grand Marnier- anything less would be an insult to the tequila and a waste. We also like to substitute St Germain Liqueur for the Gran Marnier.That being said, this should really be enjoyed on its own in a brandy snifter or tasting glass It could also be used before and after dinner, first as an aperitif, then as digestif. Good enough for a celebration or a self indulgence. (Confession afterwards optional.)


Bottle: Unlike a lot of the competition, Dos Lunas does not use recycled glass and hand blown bottle (that also weigh a ton but can be very fragile at the same time). Some people have remarked that it looks like a bottle of shampoo (which could be useful in some situations) but it is a striking contrast to the rest of the tequila shelf in the liquor store or in your bar.Cork took a few seconds to figure out (you must pull directly but gently straight up to open). Frosted with clear window to picture of a Jimador having at a Agave Pina with a espalon make for a visually interesting presentation. Far from the rustic look others are trying. Cosmopolitan, clean lines, a welcome change that will stand out well in the sea of recycled coke bottles others use.


Notes: This tequila is produced on the estate Agua Escondido in the village Zapotlanejo,Jalisco, the heart of tequila country. This is a slightly older expression the its younger sibling Dos Lunas Silver and a Dos Lunas Anejo . They use a natural yeast which can take up to 5 times longer to ferment than some in use by other tequila makers. This is the Reposado (rested) expression of this particular line aged 9 months in a combination of used Bourbon barrels (charred white American oak) and new white American oak barrels then blended and rested in oak again.


First Impression: Has that good tequila smell. It has all the right elements right at the start: You can also pick up the oak at first nosing. Bouquet is similar to its younger sibling: (savory, citrusy lime, brine) with the added vanilla and dried fruits smell of a good bourbon whisky overlaid.


Drinks: Seductive, decadent Margaritas: be sure to use fresh juice and Grand Marnier- anything less would be an insult to the tequila and a waste. That being said, this should really be enjoyed on its own in a brandy snifter or tasting glass It could also be used before and after dinner, first as an aperitif, then as digestif. Good enough for a celebration or a self indulgence. (Confession afterwards optional.)


Bottle: Unlike a lot of the competition, Dos Lunas does not use recycled glass and hand blown bottle (that also weigh a ton but can be very fragile at the same time). Some people have remarked that it looks like a bottle of shampoo (which could be useful in some situations) but it is a striking contrast to the rest of the tequila shelf in the liquor store or in your bar.Cork took a few seconds to figure out (you must pull directly but gently straight up to open). Frosted with clear window to picture of rows of oak casks make for a striking presentation. Far from the rustic look others are trying. Cosmopolitan, clean lines, a welcome change that will stand in the sea of recyled coke bottles others use.


Notes: This tequila is produced on the estate Agua Escondido in the village Zapotlanejo,Jalisco, the heart of tequila country. This is the youngest expression another slightly older expression the Dos Lunas Reposado and a Dos Lunas Anejo. They use a natural yeast which can take up to five times longer to ferment than some in use by other tequila makers.


Bottle: Unlike a lot of the competition, Dos Lunas does not use recycled glass and hand blown bottle (that also weigh a ton but can be very fragile at the same time). Some people have remarked that it looks like a bottle of shampoo (which could be useful in some situations) but it is a striking contrast to the rest of the tequila shelf in the liquor store or in your bar.


Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within Washington only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.


Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within Arizona only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.


Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within California only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.


I tasted 66 different Margarita recipes (not all at once) and most of them were not good. The slight harshness of lime juice combines with the bite of tequila in most of them, while others have too much triple sec, which makes the drink unpleasantly sweet.


The secret of the Best Shaken Margarita Recipe comes from a Houston, Texas restaurant famous for Margaritas. A mere teaspoon of lemon juice brightens up the tequila and lime, and balances the sweetness of the agave nectar. Cointreau or other triple sec is no longer necessary.


Add the tequila, lime juice, lemon juice, and agave nectar into a mixing glass with enough ice to fill the serving glass. Shake 36 times and dirty-pour the entire contents of the shaker into the salt-rimmed serving glass. Garnish with a lime wheel, half of a lime wheel, or a lime wedge on the rim of the glass.


I met Grover through my friend, Alexis. One evening I watched him slam a perfectly good shot of 100% agave tequila as if it were the same nasty stuff he drank in college, and encouraged him to slow down and taste it. He did, and he was hooked.


Our first joint project was starting TasteTequila.com, a blog where we could share tequila musings and recommendations with the world. We knew that in doing so we would need to go back to Mexico and learn more about the history and culture of tequila and gather more content for the website.


We planned another trip to Guadalajara in April of 2009 and setup two days of tours with a local tequila consultant. Once again, we stayed at the Quinta Don Jose Boutique Hotel and on the last night of that trip, sitting just a few feet away from where he made his first confession in the hotel bar, Grover pulled out a ring and proposed.


While we were preparing for the big event we wondered which brands of tequila we should have on hand. We made a list of all our favorites, and at the top of the list was a fantastic tequila called Dos Lunas, which is only sold for export outside of Mexico.


To carry the tequila theme even further, we wanted to show our guests where Dos Lunas was made, so we setup a tour of the Tequilas del Señor distillery the day after the wedding. We wanted our guests to learn about the history of tequila and how it was produced as well as sample the fine tequilas available in the tasting room. (Tequilas del Señor also makes Herencia de Plata and Herencia Historico, a special extra añejo they began bottling in 1997 to celebrate the year tequila received its denomination of origin., meaning that only 100% agave spirit produced in 5 states of Mexico can legally be called tequila.) 041b061a72


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