New Zealand's top selling tequila | Must try tequila in New Zealand

Tequilas have been getting a lot of attention lately and there is a wide range of choices to choose from. Buying Tequila online can be a daunting process as the choice is so wide. Here is a list of some of the best tequilas made under 1800 brand : 

Which ones have you tried so far and what is your review of it? Leave a comment below 


1800 tequilas have been named after the year of distillation of first tequila. In 1800 first real tequila has been produced. Each 1800 tequila bottle has trapezoidal shape which is similar to the ancient Mayan Stone pyramids found throughout Mexico. At Liquormart you can buy tequila online and here are some of the best tequila to try this year.  


1800 Silver

Tequilas of 1800 series are made from Weber Blue Agave grown in area of Jalisco for 8-12 years. 1800 Silver is double distilled liquid and unique white tequilas blended together for complexity and characteristics. As a result of distillation tequila comes with clean, balanced taste with hints of sweet fruit and pepper.

Essential 1800 artist series

World-renowned artist Jean Michel Basquiat, Gary Baseman and Keith haring reflected their unique work by designing 1800 silver Tequila bottles and these limited edition bottles are collector's Item. These are limited design edition bottles. Each and every time it comes with a different design but in limited quantity.


1800 Coconut

1800 silver with natural coconut flavour provide distinctive slightly-sweet and medium -bodied tropical taste. Pineapple juice is the best mixture for this 1800 coconut but could be served on the rocks.


1800 Anejo

Tasted oak flavour, vanilla and butterscotch with a spicy, well-rounded finish- Result of ageing for at least 14 months in French oak barrels. Best for sipping.


1800 Reposado

8-12-year-old in age Weber blue agave is used for the production of Reposado tequila. Matured tequila in American and French Oak barrels for at least six monthFlavourvor of buttery caramel, mild spices and a touch smokiness from the barrel finishing. 



 So which one of these tequila has been your favourite. Please leave a comment below 




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