Different types of tequila show a progression in age from the same base spirit. The main types are Blanco, Reposado, Añejo, Extra Añejo, and Joven. There are also other tequilas called Cristalino, and Curado, which involve blends. If you are curious about how different aging periods affect tequila and how they can be enjoyed, read on!
Tequila can last indefinitely when it is still contained and sealed in the bottle. Once the bottle is opened, and the tequila comes into contact with air, light, and temperature, the alcohol will start to evaporate, which will change the flavors. With this, it is recommended to finish your tequila within half a year to a full year. Keep reading to learn more about tequila’s shelf life.
Taking tequila shots is a sure way to get drunk. In fact, it only takes two to three shots for a person to be intoxicated. But this could vary, depending on different factors, meaning a person can get drunk with less or more than the mentioned number. If you wish to learn more about how alcohol in tequila affects you, read on!
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