10 Things Every Guy Should Know About Tequila

How is a blanco different from a reposado or an añejo?

"Blanco refers to unaged tequila that is double distilled and immediately bottled in Mexico. Reposado, which means rested, and añejo, which translates to aged, both refer to tequilas that have undergone different lengths of aging. Mexican law requires a reposado tequila to be aged in barrels for at least two months, while an anejo must be aged for at least one year."

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