A Wide Selection of Tequila and Mezcal is available to our customers.

The difference between Tequila and Mezcal. Many people in Australia still think has a worn in it’s bottle, WRONG!. Tequila is made out of 1 Agave plant (Blue Webber Agave) named after the German botanist that came to Mexico in the XIX century. Mezcal can be made from as many as 22 different types of Agave plants. Tequila can only be produced in the states of Jalisco (the most important region), Guanajuato, Nayarit & Colima. Mezcal can be produced in other regions of Mexico like Oaxaca (the most popular), Guerrero, these 2 states were the most important and only states were Mezcal was made, but now it can be made in the states of Durango, Zacatecas, San Luis Potosi, Tamaulipas, Guanajuato and Michoacan. The tradition of adding a worm into the Mezcal bottle came from Agave plant in Oaxaca, which was first done by 2 botanist named Andres Paniagua and Jacobo Lozano, creators of Gusano Rojo and Dos Gusanos, some 60 years ago. Also and very important the Agave plants that are used to make Mezcal are cooked over coals in a pit, that’s why it acquires a strong smoky flavours, it can be aged in oak barrels but for up to 6 months. Tequila is “cooked” in brick ovens but the cheap brands use big “pressure cookers”, then once cooked it’s crushed mixed with pure water then fermented. Most tequilas do double distillation but some do it three times, the “blanco or silver” tequila goes straight to the bottle, to get Reposado they “rest” the product in American oak barrels for 6-12 months and up to 3 years to be called Añejo (aged). Now some producers are waging Tequila up to 5 years and it’s called extra añejo.

TEQUILA

Solitarios | Individual

  • El Jimador (100% Agave) Reposado 38% Alcohol. Made by Herradura House  $6.50

  • El Espolón (100% Agave) Reposado 40% Alcohol. Crafted at the acclaimed San Nicolas distillery in the Los Altos, region of Jalisco. $8.50

  • Olmeca Altos (100% Agave) Reposado 40% Alcohol. Exclusively produced in the Los Altos Region, the Highlands of Central Mexico. This particular region is renowned for the ideal soil and climate to grow the perfect Blue Agave, our only ingredient. $8.50

  • Berrueco (100% Blue Agave) Reposado, Blend Rock 40 % Alcohol. This tequila has a bountiful bouquet of vanilla, oak and pepper with flavours reminiscent of a very old tequila. Vanilla, toffee and a pure agave with every sip. $9.50

Premium

  • Don Julio 1942 (100% Agave)  This limited edition Tequila is best appreciated when served in a sniper. Adding even more to its exclusivity. Tequila Don Julio 1942 undergoes a second distillation flavours even further, with limited and numbered production. The finest Tequila Liquor.  $28.00

  • 1921 Reposado (100% Agave) Toasted oak and vanilla are prominent on the aroma of this anejo tequila. One full year of aging helps this cause, while light buttery notes meld with citrus and hints of black pepper. Specially made to celebrate the 100 years of the Mexican Revolution Artisanal and limited edition only. $25.00

  • 1921 Añejo (100% Agave) A smooth, approachable tequila with notes of melon, vanilla, and sweet agave. A creamy palate is soft and inviting, and the finish is fairly quick with a bit of a citrus note lingering. $28.00

  • Don Julio 70 (100% Agave) Limited Edition Tequila The tequila is aged to perfection in American white oak barrels for 18 months, then carefully filtered to a pure silver color.  The result is a truly unique product that embodies the smoothness of Blanco with traditional hints of Anejo such as vanilla, wild honey, and toasted oak. $22.50

  • Fortaleza Reposado  (100% Agave) Produced and bottled on their family estate located in Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico using the traditional processes started 125 years ago.$21.50

  • Centenario (100% Agave) Reposado 38% Alcohol. It is distilled from carefully selected 10 years old blue agave plants and aged in new oak barrels to achieve the perfect balance of taste and smoothness. $19.50

  • Corralejo Triple Distilled (100% Agave) Reposado 40% Alcohol. A unique product of the Corralejo Family obtained from the triple distillation of fermented blue agave musts from weber’s blue agave, making it a product of great purity and excellent quality. $19.50

  • Don Fermin Añejo (100% Agave) Reposado 40% Alcohol.  Smooth with abundant tones of wood. Excellent for enjoying straight. 2016 Craft Competition GOLD $19.50

  • Quinta de Gómez (100% Blue Agave & Organic) Silver 40% Alcohol. Distilled twice before bottling. $19.50

Familias | Families

  • Tres Generaciones (100% Agave) Is the result of three generations of hard work wisdom, skill, passion and courage, a super b premium tequila. Triple distilled for superior smoothness. Silver $11.50 Reposado $16.50 Añejo $18.50 Tequila Tasting $40.00

  • Corralejo (100% Blue Agave) These three exceptional tequilas have a great tradition in Mexico from the small town of Penjamo in Guanajuato state still owned by the original family since 1775. Silver $11.50 Reposado $16.50 Añejo $18.50 Tequila Tasting $40.00

  • Don Julio (100% Blue Agave) Don Julio Gonzalez began his journey in the world of tequila in 1942, establishing his distillery “La Primavera”. This one of Mexico’s best and most traditional of all Tequilas. Silver $12.00 Reposado $16.50 Añejo $18.50 Tequila Tasting $35.00

  • 1800 (100% Blue Agave) It is a double distilled tequila, and aged in French and American oak for six months. Flavour exceptionally smooth, rounded, soft Agave taste- first sweet then dry with a long complex finish. Silver $10.50 Reposado $14.50 Añejo $16.50 Tequila Tasting $35.00

  • 7 Leguas  (100% Agave) It is well known in Mexico as ultra premium Tequila. This brand is unique for ancient handcrafted methods including a horse-driven tahona (Stone Mill). Silver $12.50 Reposado $14.50 Añejo $16.50 Tequila Tasting $35.00

  • Cazadores (100% Blue Agave) Symbol of Jalisco highlands. Has become a staple brand in Mexico. It started from the town of Arandas, experimented for several years with different ways of cooking, fermenting and distilling his agave to create a tequila that captured the taste of the lands. Silver $8.50 Reposado $10.50 Añejo $13.50 Tequila Tasting $26.00

  • Arette (100% Agave) From Jalisco founded in the 1900s by the Orendain family and run by Eduardo and Jaime Orendain since 1976. Silver $12.50 Reposado $14.50 Añejo $16.50 Tequila Tasting $35.00

MEZCAL

Solitarios | Individual

  • Monte Alban (100% Agave) $7.50 40% Alcohol. From Oaxaca and served in individual bottles with its own worm.
    Mexican Standoff *Mezcal Joven* (100% Agave) $9.50 38% Alcohol.  Produced in the heart of Mexico using modern and traditional distilling methods.

  • Mexican Standoff *Mezcal Joven* (100% Agave) $9.50 38% Alcohol. Produced in the heart of Mexico using modern and traditional distilling methods.

  • Escorpión (100% Agave) $9.80 37% Alcohol. From Oaxaca, reposado or aged in oak barrels with a red scorpion in the bottle.

  • Don Juan Escobar (100% Agave) $11.80 37% Alcohol. With two gusanos “worms”, made in Santa Cruz Amilpas, Oaxaca.

Premium

  • Zignum (100% Green Agave) $16.50 Aged in White Oak French barrels. Made by Casa Armando Guillermo Prieto, from the state of Oaxaca. An ultra-premium Mezcal

  • Ilegal Mezcal $16.50 40% Alcohol. From Oaxaca, a handcrafted brand of Mexican Artisanal Liquor with a notorious history that includes smuggling and weeklong parties in a clandestine bar in Guatemala.

Tequila Liqueurs

  • Tekali Coffee & Tequila $9.50 20% Alcohol from Guadalajara, Jalisco 

  • Agavero Tequila $12.50 A mix of Reposado & Añejo Agave Liqueur

  • Patròn XO $16.50 35% Alcohol, Coffee & Tequila Liqueur. Great on the Rocks or Straight

SOTOL Reposado 

Not tequila Not mezcal $12.50 100% Wild Harvested Sotol 38% Alcohol. Sotol is a distilled spirit made from the Desert Spoon sotol, a plant that grows in northern Mexico, Chihuahua.