Aged in oak barrels anywhere from two months, right up to almost one year, Reposado Tequilas have prominent blue agave flavors, and are often known to have notes of vanilla, honey, and toasted nuts and tend to have easier finish on the palate than blancos. 

If you prefer warm notes of wood, cinnamon and vanilla, try swapping a reposado in any recipe that calls for a blanco. Reposado is also an ideal substitute for bourbon in an old-fashioned cocktail, especially when you replace the sugar with agave nectar.

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