Gringo on the Shore
Caramelized Pineapple Margarita
Passion Fruit Margarita
Our tequilas are smaller batch, usually family owned distilleries that use mostly the traditional Tahona pressed process. They are also free from any additives or colorings, and they are not the big brands most Americans are familiar with. Instead they represent the very best quality, technique, and farming tradition dating back over 500 years.
Very little/no aging, generally a more “pure” expression of the agave plant.
Aged in oak barrels between 2 - 12 months, a gentle & lighter style of aged tequila, but generally more complex than blanco.
Aged in oak barrels 1-3 years, darker and more oak forward, different house styles & a range of time leads to various tastes.
Aged 3-5 years, this for serious sipping, comparable to Cognac. Each of these are rare and vary widely with style, age, and how heavily the barrels have been charred. Or in the case of G4, not charred at all.
G4, 55 month
Grand Mayan, Ultra
Arette, Gran Clase
* = Light Smoke *** = Heavy Smoke|While tequila is made with strict rules and oversight, Mezcal is made with little to no rules. Using mostly wild agave plants and up to 30 different varieties. They will vary greatly in style, amount of smokiness, and the subtle difference between the plants
Bozal, single maguey
Cruz de Fuego
Derrumbes, blue weber
Koch de Mezcal, Olla de Barro
Koch de Mezcal
Peloton de la Muerta
Wahaka, Reposado con Gusano
Sierra Norte, Purple Corn
Sierra Norte, Black Corn
Bourbon, Salt Creek
Travel around the country with beautiful examples of each main spirit made from various agave and other plants
5 Different Agave Spirits from Mexico
A basic introduction to sipping tequila, served in Glencairn Scotch tulip glasses which aids in aroma and tasting
Blanco, Repo, Añejo
Getting there, getting to know you... aged tequila and a quick snapshot of Mezcal, the original agave spirit from Mexico
Repo, Añejo, Mezcal
Brothers, lifelong friends, the best all seriousness, the very best of amigos