Reposado Tequila, like all tequilas, is distilled from the fermented juice of the Weber blue agave plant, and comes only from Mexico’s official region for Tequila production, centered around the western state of Jalisco.
Reposado, which means rested, refers to the age of the Tequila. Reposado Tequila has aged between two and 12 months in large oak barrels. Often, the barrels have been used previously to age American whiskey. The process helps to mellow the spirit and may add mild notes of vanilla, nuts and fruits to the Tequila.