The tasting of tequila is a pleasure. Almost all the senses are involved to taste and appreciate a good distillate…
Sight: Brilliance, opacity and level of transparency.
Touch: When feeling the softness of a tequila glass, specially designed to distinguish the characteristics that show or not the quality of spirits drinks.
Taste: The taste will be distinguished through the taste buds and will define the sensations between: sweet, salty, sour and bitter.
Smell: Our nose to appreciate if the aroma is volatile or not.
In the end, by living the experience that all these sensations leave us, we can combine our TEQUILA TORUS REAL with the ideal food, this is called: pairing.
The pairing is the union of two that highlights the best of the other, where you can see better notes within the tequila and better flavors in the food. Enjoying is a pleasure and the pleasure lies in knowing how to choose the best within the best.
But, What is Tequila?
According to the Mexican norm NOM 006-SCFI - 2005 the tequila is defined as: Regional alcoholic beverage obtained by denomination of musts, prepared directly and originally of the material extracted in the facilities of the factory of an authorized producer, which must be located in the territory covered by the appellation of origin.
Derived from the heads of the Tequilana Weber blue agave, previously or subsequently hydrolyzed or cooked and subjected to alcoholic fermentation by yeast, cultivated or not. It is colorless or colored when matured in barrels or when it is induced by ripening.
The Denomination Of Origin Comes From The Blue Agave Tequilana Weber ...
The only agave that can be used to make tequila is the Tequilana Weber class.
This agave occurs mainly in the state of Jalisco and in some municipalities of: Michoacán, Nayarit, Tamaulipas and Guanajuato. Only then will tequila have the Denomination of Origin - DOT.