Brandon Does: “Amorada Tequila” + Cocktail Recipe

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September 30, 2017 1 Comments 7 Photos

It’s tequila time y’all!

Texans are known for being passionate and so is Amorada Tequila. Founded on the premise of bringing people together Amorada Tequila set out to create an unmatched ultra-premium tequila with a flavor and price that couldn’t be beat.

“I may not be the most interesting woman in the world but my Tequila sure is!”
– Terray Glasman, CEO of Amorada Tequila

Hand-crafted in Mexico, each bottle of tequila gets the personal touch. Every single glass bottle is molded, sanded, capped, and labeled by, you guessed it, hand. They come in varying shades of blue, amber, and red depending on your tequila preference. Amorada currently offers three different types of tequila – Blanco, Reposado (aged 8 months), and Anjeo (aged 18 months).

The Amorado Blanco (used in today’s recipe) is a tequila that starts with the purest Blue Weber Agave plants that have fully matured over seven years. This tequila plays host to a variety of flavor notes ranging from slightly peppery to hints of citrus and earth. It can be used to make a mean Margarita or on its own with a few ice cubes as the perfect after dinner sipping spirit. With its complex smoky flavor, it makes any drink stand out. It will also make a show stopping addition to your liquor cart with its eye catching colorful bottles.

Tasting Notes: 

COLOR: Translucent 

AROMA: Pepper, vegetable and earth. 

FLAVOR: The pure essence of Agave with slight hints of smokiness

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Check out the recipe for a quenching Amorada Tequila “Tequila Fizz”!

Amorada Tequila Fizz
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  1. 1 oz Amorada Tequila
  2. 2 oz Cherry
  3. 1/2 Lime, Juice of
  4. 1 bottle Cherry 7Up
  5. Ice
  1. Fill a glass with ice and add Amorada Tequila. Top with Cherry 7Up, a few squirts of fresh lime and garnish with lime wedges and cherries.
  1. Add cherry juice for an even sweeter drink!
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Amorada Tequila Blanco has a suggested retail price of $39.99 for a 750-ml bottle.




Stay thirsty, Dallas.



*Please drink responsibly!

Brandon Baker

Brandon Baker

Brandon is a Dallas born-and-raised, tech-loving, obsessive foodie. His blog is dedicated to all the fun and affordable food the Dallas metroplex has to offer.

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    October 1, 2017

    Great recipe, Brandon! I agree that Amorada is an awesome tequila! The reposado on its own is incredible too!