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| Milagro Romance Tequila (Anjeo and Reposado)|
Milagro Romance Tequila inner chambers are amazingly suspended inside the unique outer bottle. The 3 inner chambers are filled with 100% Blue Agave Select Barrel Reserve Anejo, each chamber representing a year of its aging to maturity. The outer chamber is filled with 100% Blue Agave Reposado aged to perfection for 9 months in oak barrels. Whichever tequila you choose to savor, Tequila Romance truly is a miracle.
Inner chambers are amazingly suspended inside the unique outer bottle. The 3 inner chambers are filled with 100% Blue Agave Select Barrel Reserve Anejo.
Tequila is a spirit made primarily in the area surrounding Tequila, a town in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, 65 km northwest of Guadalajara. It is made from the blue agave tequilana weber plant (also called Maguey by the local people), part of the lily and amaryllis families, which is native to Mexico.
Tequila is usually bottled in one of five categories:
* oro ("gold") unaged tequila which is "joven y abogado" (young and adulterated) which means that caramel, fructose, glycerin and wood flavoring can be added to resemble aged tequila * a�ejo ("aged" or "vintage") � aged minimum 1 year but less than 3 years in oak barrels
* maduro ("mature," "ultra-aged," or "vintage") � aged minimum 3 year in oak barrels This is a new category which was established in March 2006, represented on the bottles as "Extra A�ejo".
The aging process changes the color of tequila, but the liquid can sometimes be colored with caramel to show a darker color, indicative of a longer aging process; a�ejos tend to be darker, the reposados slightly less dark, while the platas are not colored at all.[citation needed
It is a common misconception that some tequilas contain a 'worm' in the bottle. Only certain mezcals, usually from the state of Oaxaca, are ever sold con gusano, and that only began as a marketing gimmick in the 1940s. The worm is actually the larval form of the moth Hypopta agavis that lives on the agave plant. Finding one in the plant during processing indicates an infestation and, correspondingly, a lower quality product. (Note: for more information on how tequila is made, see mezcal.) However this misconception continues, and even with all the effort and marking to represent Tequila as a premium -- similar to the way Cognac is viewed in relation to brandy -- there are some opportunist producers for the shooters and fun market who blur these boundaries