New York, NY (PRWEB) May 1, 2006
Casa Noble Tequila selected as on of the best Tequilas by Penthouse Magazine May Issue, Cuervo Reserva de la Familia, El Tesoro and Patron were among the others selected.
“When most people think of Mexico’s national drink, they envision frat boys doing shooters at the Sigma Chi house, then going out for a night of car tipping. While that may be true of lesser tequila, there’s a whole other class that’s made for savoring instead of slugging”
The finest añejos (“aged” in Spanish) are made from 100 percent blue agave plants, and must rest in oak barrels fo at least a year. Tequila’s that aren’t all blue agave have added sugar-the culprit behind the drink’s legendary hangover.”
“So forget about shot glasses on your next trip to Mexico, and drink tequila the way the locals do one sip at a time.”
“Casa Noble Extra Aged Anejo”
“limited to 12,000 bottles per year, Casa Noble comes in black porcelain bottles that are hand-painted in 18-karat gold. Casa Noble is aged for an impressive five years in French white-oak barrels, and is sweeter than tequilas aged in bourbon barrels. Strong flavors of cooked agave and raw agave combined with vanilla and coffee-bean notes to create a dark-gold tequila that’s worth its weight in gold – not only on the bottle, but also at The San Francisco World Spirit Competition.