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Añejo
   is   
Aged Tequila, in White Oak Barrels for 12 Months or More
Aguamiel
   is   
Unfermented Juice from Roasted Agave
Blanco
   is   
White or Silver, Clear Unaged Tequila Spirit
Cabeza
   is   
The Initial Distillate, or “heads”, Usually Discarded
Colas
   is   
The Last Distillate Product With the Least Alcohol
Corazon
   is   
The Main Body, or “heart” of the Distilled Product
Gran Reposado
   is   
Tequila Aged for Twice As Long and Made from 100% Agave Derived Spirit
Maduro
   is   
Tequila Aged a Minimum of 3 Years in Oak Barrels.
Mixto
   is   
Tequila Made from Various Sugars in Addition to Agave Azul
Mosto Muerto
   is   
The Product of Fermenting the Aguamiel
Ordinario
   is   
Tequila Spirit That Has Been Distilled Only Once
Oro
   is   
Un-aged "blanco" Tequila With Colouring Added So As to Resemble Aged Tequila.
Caramel coloring, sugar-based syrup, glycerin, and/or oak extract
Pulque
   is   
Milky Alcoholic Drink Made from Agave Sap
Reposado
   is   
Tequila That Has Been “Rested” in Oak Barrels for at Least 2 Months


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