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8 Things You Should Know About 1800 Tequila

One year ago   |   By Vine Pair

1800 Tequila is a major player in the spirits world. Launched in 1975 by the Beckmann family, which also owns Jose Cuervo , 1800 Tequila has been imported to the United States since 2008 and distributed by Proximo Spirits in Jersey City, N.J.
1800 Tequila is one of the most awarded tequila brands, and at the 2021 New York International Spirits Awards Competition , 1800's Silver, Reposado and Cristalino editions all took home the Silver Medal for the Best Agave/Tequila. The 1800 Añejo took home the Gold Medal for Best Agave/Tequila. Like all premium tequilas, this popular spirit is made...
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