Tequila Herradura is crafted using only the most mature blue agave and fermented naturally with wild yeasts. Still produced on the premises of a 19th Century Hacienda, this is a great, traditional tequila at a nearly half the cost of other brands.
Herradura Silver ($26.99): Matured for 45 days in American White Oak barrels made in-house.
Herradura Reposadao ($37.99): Introduced in 1974, aged for 11 months rather the 2 months required by law. Great depth and complexity typically found in anejo tequila.
Herradura Anejo ($43.99): Introduced in 1962, aged for 25 months rather the 12 months required by law. The anejo shows great integration between the creaminess from the oak and the smokiness of mezcal.