Clear and transparent, Blanco or Plata (white or silver) tequila can be aged up to 59 days after distillation process. It has the true bouquet and flavor of the blue agave.
Reposado, meaning "rested" is a tequila that has been aged in white oak containers for more than two months and up to one year. The oak container gives Reposado a mellowed taste, pleasing bouquet, and its pale color.
Tequila aged in white oak casks from one to three years. The amber color and woody flavor are picked up from the oak, and the oxidation that takes place through the porous wood develops the rich bouquet and taste.
All liquors distilled from any agave plant are “mezcal”, but only those made from the blue agave in the region of Tequila are branded as “tequila”.