For me, tequila is the king of all distilled spirits. Agave has a gentle sweetness that carries through distillation and ageing that I adore.
A nice shot of well-made blanco with a fresh sangrita to follow is pure joy. There is nothing better than a reposado or anejo, neat, in the afterglow of a carnitas binge. In these tough economic times, I've been subsisting on Corralejo and Hussongs, with a covetous eye on the beautiful aha Toro bottles on the top shelf of the U-village liquor store.
So, what are your favorite tequilas? Anything we should be trying/avoiding?
For the "oh I can't drink tequila, I had a bad experience in high school" crowd: The Pancho Villa in the plastic "shatterproof" bottle you drank with your buddies in the park is not tequila and tastes like old barbecue sauce. Your bad experience likely had more to do with the quality and quantity of the crap you drank and not some mystical poisonous flaw with fermented agave nectar.
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