Granada-Vallet Joins the Royal Vallet Family

Newly launched is the all-new Granada-Vallet: an herbaceous bitter liqueur from Hidalgo, Mexico, inspired by Italian aperitivi. Pomegranate tartness with hints of cinnamon and fennel is balanced by woody gentian root, wormwood and cinchona bark, with citrus notes of orange and kaffir lime. Oaxacan cochineal…

Haas Brothers’ Jake Lustig on the Agave Crisis

Heard rumblings of the troubles in the current agave market? Jake Lustig, along with Felipe Camarena of ArteNOM 1579 and Enrique Fonseca of ArteNOM 1146, chime in for an informative and level-headed article at Taste Tequila….

NYT on Extra Añejo Tequila: Fuenteseca Reserva 2010

Jason Wilson writes for the New York Times on the thorny issue of extra-añejo tequilas: what to look for and how to taste. Of the Fuenteseca Reserva 2010 (7 Year), he says, “Spicy, dark and earthy, with big agave on the nose.” Read more here: