Born in 1870, Casa Herradura, located at Hacienda San Jose del Refugio, is the last tequila-producing Hacienda on the planet. Within its ancient walls, we craft and estate-bottle some of the finest tequilas anyone has ever tasted. It is here that we invented the first reposado and extra añejo, forever changing the world of tequila. And it is here, from the small town of Amatitàn in the heart of Mexico’s tequila region, that we continue to set the standard for what’s to come.
With a history as rich as the country itself, Casa Herradura, located at Hacienda San Jose del Refugio – the last tequila-producing Hacienda on the planet – is nothing short of a national treasure.
The Original Reposado. Tequila Herradura introduced the world to Reposado in 1974 and has been setting the standard ever since. Aged 9 months longer than industry standards, Reposado has a rich amber color with notes of cooked agave, vanilla and butter. This additional time spent resting in charred American White Oak barrels creates a smooth, sweet finish with a slight taste of spice.
Colour : Rich amber with shades of copper from barrel-aging
Nose : Warm notes of anise, fruit and spices
Taste : Cooked agave, vanilla and butter
Finish : Smooth and sweet with a touch of spiceSKU: HRD02-NV00750-TQ
Herradura Silver owes its distinctly sweet taste of agave and subtle oak notes to resting for an impressive 45 days beyond the industry standard in American White Oak barrels. The prolonged aging process creates a light straw color with a unique, robust aroma of cooked agave, vanilla and wood that leaves your mouth feeling smooth and refreshed.
Colour : Light Straw
Nose : Robust. Full of fruit and cooked agave with vanilla and wood notes from
Taste : Sweet, woody flavor
Finish : Smooth and refreshingSKU: HRD01-NV00750-TQ
Aged to perfection. Blending modern and traditional distilling techniques, añejo was first introduced to the world by Casa Herradura in 1962. Since then Herradura Añejo has aged in American White Oak barrels for 25 months – an incredible 13 months beyond industry standards. The result is a remarkably smooth, amber-colored liquid that melts on your tongue leaving notes of cooked agave, toasted oak and dried fruit.
Colour : Dark amber drawn from the barrel
Nose : Cooked agave blended with spice and floral notes
Taste : Cooked agave, toasted oak and dried fruit
Finish : CreamySKU: HRD03-NV00750-TQ