We set the standard. Then surpassed it. Tequila Herradura Reposado, meaning "rested," is aged for eleven months, nine months longer than the industry standard. Its deep copper color and rounded taste sets our Reposado apart, along with its signature aroma of spices. The tastes of vanilla, butter and agave work in unison to create a smooth and sweet experience. Tequila Herradura introduced the first Reposado to the world in 1974, creating an entirely new tequila category.
Tequila Herradura introduced Reposado to the world in 1974, creating an entirely new tequila category.
We set the standard. Then surpassed it. Tequila Herradura Reposado is aged for eleven months, nine months longer than the industry standard.
World's Most Gold Medal Awarded Tequila.
(Infiniti Research, June 2019)
Aged to perfection, Tequila Herradura Reposado is best enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or mixed in classic craft cocktails like a premium margarita or old-fashioned.
2019 World Tequila Awards Best Reposado
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