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“The World’s Sexiest Tequila” also comes in Reposado. To be called Reposado, a tequila must be aged for at least three months. Since we want to leave a great impression on Tequila lovers around the world, Caramba’s Reposado has been aged in Canadian Oak casks called “pipones” for six to twelve months.
Caramba Pink silver gets its color and unique taste from being infused with Bordeaux. During this process, each bottle is aged for at least six months, and includes subtle hints of exotic fruits and slight wood aromas.
Any Tequila aged more than 3 years is considered “Extra Añejo” Tequila.Caramba goes beyond mere minimums—we age our Extra Anejo for four to six years in specially selected charred oak barrels. With this extended amount of aging, the Tequila becomes much darker and obtains more of a Mahogany color.
This traditional Tequila is what started the Tequila revolution. With its clear and transparent appearance, our “Caramba Tequila Silver” is triple distilled, triple filtered, and made with 100% premium blue agave. The agave used for this particular spirit is extra mature, and harvested when the plant is approximately 8-9 years old. It has the true bouquet and flavor of the finest blue agave.
Dark and mysterious… We took Caramba’s Silver tequila and infused it with natural blackberry juice extract which gives it a near black color. Take a sip. You’ll want more.
Tequila can be classified as an “Añejo” after it is aged for a minimum of one year. We go further. Caramba Añejo Tequila is aged two years in Scotch Whiskey barrels for a more robust color and an enticing aroma.