Herradura Casa Collection Port Cask Tequila

Vendor Herradura
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Embark on a journey of unparalleled taste and sophistication with Herradura Casa Collection Port Cask Tequila. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and aged to perfection, this exceptional spirit is the epitome of luxury and refinement.

Selected from the finest blue agave plants in Jalisco, Mexico, each batch of Herradura Casa Collection Tequila undergoes a meticulous process of fermentation and distillation to ensure the highest quality. The tequila is then aged in hand-selected port casks, imparting a unique depth of flavor and complexity that sets it apart from the rest.

Upon pouring, the tequila reveals a rich amber hue, offering a glimpse into the exquisite aging process. The aroma is a tantalizing blend of sweet agave, dried fruits, and hints of oak, enticing the senses with its complexity.

On the palate, Herradura Casa Collection Port Cask Tequila delights with layers of rich caramel, dark chocolate, and toasted oak, complemented by subtle notes of berries and spices from the port cask finishing. The mouthfeel is velvety-smooth, coating the tongue with a luxurious texture that lingers long after each sip.

Packaged in an elegant bottle adorned with the iconic Herradura horseshoe emblem, this tequila is not only a testament to craftsmanship but also a statement of sophistication. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation of a premium cocktail, Herradura Casa Collection Port Cask Tequila promises an unforgettable drinking experience that celebrates the art of tequila making.

Perfect for aficionados and connoisseurs seeking a tequila that transcends tradition, Herradura Casa Collection Port Cask Tequila is a true masterpiece of the spirit world. So, raise a glass, savor the moment, and experience the extraordinary with Herradura Casa Collection Port Cask Tequila.




Tasting Notes


Rich amber color, reminiscent of polished mahogany, reflects the careful aging process in port casks.
Visually inviting, with a luxurious sheen that hints at the complexity within.

The nose is greeted by a symphony of aromas, with notes of ripe red berries, dried fruits, and sweet agave weaving together seamlessly.
Subtle hints of oak and vanilla emerge, adding depth and complexity to the bouquet.

The first sip reveals a harmonious blend of flavors, with velvety caramel, dark chocolate, and toasted oak dancing on the palate.
Layers of complexity unfold, with the influence of the port casks imparting nuances of berries, figs, and spices.
The mouthfeel is luxurious and smooth, coating the tongue with a rich texture that lingers long after each sip.

The finish is long and satisfying, with the sweetness gradually giving way to a subtle warmth and a touch of spice.
A lingering aftertaste of dark fruit and oak leaves a lasting impression, inviting another sip to prolong the experience.

Distillery Information

Casa Herradura, is one of Mexico's most historic and renowned tequila producers, since the 19th century in Amatitán, Jalisco. Tequila Herradura's long-standing legacy of craftsmanship dates back to 1870, at Casa Herradura.
It was formally founded in 1870 by Aurelio López and the business remained in the family for over 125 years. Today it is owned by US beverage maker Brown-Forman, but the tequila is still made in the same place and facilities under a Mexican subsidiary. Tequila products sold under the Herradura name are 100% agave.
Herradura Reposado Tequila is really good for any drink that requires tequila or by itself. In small sips over ice is the best way to enjoy Herradura. While I prefer anejo for margaritas, this is my favorite Reposado to use instead. Smooth while still pulling in the smokiness from the extra time in the barrel.
Casa Herradura is one of Mexico's most historic and renowned tequila producers. Casa Herradura has been hand harvesting, producing and estate bottling fine tequilas from the small town of Amatitán, Jalisco since 1870.