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Cazcabel Pemium Tequila

I am so excited to share Cazcabel Tequila on my blog. I was gifted a bottle of their Cazcabel Coffee tequila a few weeks ago and have bought two more bottles since as it is so good. The coffee tequila uses the fresh and earthy base of the traditional Blanco tequila blended with luxury roasted Arabica coffee from the coastal region of Soconusco in Mexico. I enjoy it both neat over ice as a late evening drink or in a cocktail. I love espresso martinis and Cazcabel mixes well with coffee and sugar syrup to make a tequila variation of the classic cocktail.

Cazcabel Tequila

Cazcabel Tequila

As a brand, Cazcabel is so cool. You need to check out their website to understand what I mean. I love that they have a cool website and loads of amazing recipes for making cocktails with their various tequilas. As well as the coffee one, they have their award-winning Cazcabel Blanco Tequila.

A spirit fashioned from sun-baked blue weber agave from the heart of the Jalisco region. Fresh, crisp and with a rustic hit of earthy agave this tequila is truly one to be sipped and savoured.

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The Blanco provides an excellent base for then their honey flavoured and coconut flavoured tequilas.
Lastly, they have Cazcabel Reposado. This one is made by resting in American oak barrels for a minimum of 9 months and balances the beautiful, clean and earthy agave flavour of the double-distilled Blanco with the complex but subtle aromas of toasted Oak. They sample this tequila every week, and the ageing process can last up to 11 months depending on taste, making it genuinely handcrafted.

I can’t wait to sample more of the range. With over 25 recipes on their website, you can make such a variety of drinks. I keep ordering the coffee one as it is just so good. You can either buy direct from Cazcabel or purchase through their Amazon shop, which is ideal for people like me with Amazon prime, next day delivery = winning!


They are incredibly good value at £24-£26 a bottle.

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