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Tequila of the Month Club
What You’ll Receive
One full size bottle of curated Tequila from the highlands and lowland of Jalisco, featuring expressions from blancos, reposados and añejos that are perfect for sipping or mixing up in a cocktail.
Selections recently featured:
Nocaut Reposado Tequila
Siempre Anejo Tequila
Nuda Silver Tequila
Our Digital 101 email about each bottle with tasting notes and drinking suggestions from the producer sent each month after the recipient receives their tracking information about the shipment
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Per Month Plus Shipping and Handling
Want to only receive a specific amount of shipments? No problem! We have three great prepaid options - Choose from our 3, 6 or 12 month delivery options with a one-time payment that does not auto renew. You will receive all the same benefits of our monthly Tequila subscription box and you don’t have to worry about a monthly payment.
Three Bottle Gift Pack
A great option is our one time delivery of three great Tequila selections - all in one box. Receive a box of 3 curated Tequila selections in a one time shipment - all the great benefits of our monthly subscription, no waiting required.
About the Tequila of the Month Club
You will receive curated, hard-to-find full-sized bottles delivered straight to your door every month. Our Curator chooses expressions from all around Jalisco from small batch producers making each bottle an adventure of its own. We even feature exclusive bottles with limited production and availability, so you know you’re tasting something special. If you are curious about the inspiration behind creating the bottle, check out our Digital 101s, full of the bottle’s story, why we chose it, tasting notes, and cocktail recipes.
Tequila 101s: Every Liquor Journey Needs a Guide
Your Digital 101 tells the story of why we curated a bottle for you and how to best enjoy it. Here’s what you can expect to find.
The inspiration behind the creation of the bottle
Why we chose it for you
How to drink it
Expert tasting notes
The distillery’s story
The bottle’s unique ingredients, and production style
Behind-the-scenes info on production techniques
Images of the bottle and distillery
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One-Off Tequila Bottles in Our Bottle Shop
Choose from our previously curated features and one-off bottle selections in various liquor categories. Come in and explore all the tasty possibilities.
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Let us answer some of our most commonly asked questions.
A Tequila of the Month Club is a membership that delivers a full-sized bottle (or several) to your door at regular intervals, usually monthly or quarterly. At Taster’s Club, we ship our full-sized bottles once a month. We also offer a 3-pack option, so you’ll receive three bottles at once- no need to wait! If you’d like even more options, check out our Bottle Shop for one-off bottle purchases, delivered throughout the month.
Tequila and its sister, mezcal, are made from agave, an enormous spiny plant that grows throughout Central America. Tequila must be made from a specific kind of agave called Blue Weber Agave, and it must be produced within a specific geographic region centered around Jalisco. However, mezcal can be made in a wider geographical distribution, and distillers can use a broader range of agave species, including wild agave.
Workers trim the agave of its huge spikes to get to its heart, called the piña, rich in complex carbohydrates and sugars. The piñas are roasted to soften and caramelize them, then milled and pressed to extract the juice. For Tequila, most distilleries use either brick ovens called hornos or stainless steel autoclaves to cook the piñas. Mezcal producers often roast their piñas in earthen pits with wood or coal, giving them a smoky flavor. Most modern distilleries use shredders and roller mills to get at the juice. However, a handful of traditional operators still use a tahona, a circular stone mill usually powered by a mule, to grind the piñas.
Once the juice is extracted, it’s fermented, sometimes by wild yeast, sometimes by introduced yeast, and often with a combination of the two. Then it’s distilled, traditionally twice on a pot still, but many modern distilleries also use column stills. Some mezcals are produced on clay or even leather stills – wild!
In Mexico, Tequila and mezcal are traditionally consumed unaged, called blanco. From one perspective, that makes a lot of sense. Agave takes a very long time to grow, with some species requiring more than a decade in the ground to reach maturity. Some say Tequila’s aging happens on the agricultural end, during all those long years when the agave grows in the field. But as whiskey-loving Americans have become more excited about tequila, the industry has introduced several oak-aged variants.
We don’t just send you a full-sized bottle; we take you on a journey, from the creation of the bottle to the first sip. Each bottle is specifically curated for you, so you know you’re not just receiving a random bottle. Different options help expand your palate and help you discern what you truly like. We also help enhance your liquor knowledge with our Digital 101s, full of info unique to each bottle and expert tasting notes. Taster’s Club is trusted by large media outlets like Buzzfeed, Esquire, Forbes, and Men’s Journal, as well as thousands of members all over the US.
We’re continually expanding our networks and strengthening our relationships with distilleries in Jalisco and the brands that represent them. Our Curator dedicates himself to seeking out the most unique, hard-to-find bottles from award-winning craft and artisan distilleries. Tequilas are chosen for their unique production styles, ingredients, aging techniques, and barrel finishes. We even offer bottles Exclusive to Taster’s Club with limited production and availability, so you know you’re getting something special.
We like to feature various tequilas so you can explore different flavors, expand your palate, and enhance your tequila knowledge. You’ll receive tequila from both the Highlands and the Lowlands, each offering either more earthy or more sweet flavors, depending on the altitude, environment, and soil in which the agave grows. You’ll also receive high-quality tequilas, including Blancos (or Silvers), Reposados, and Añejos. If you’re a member of the Tequila PRO Club, you’ll also receive tequilas with extra-long age statements, such as añejos aged to their max limit and extra añejos, aged for three years or longer- all hand-crafted by award-winning distilleries in Jalisco. Many of these are family-owned and operated on small farms, giving the selections a local craft artisan feel. Occasionally, we’ll also feature Cristalino tequilas. These are añejos or extra añejos that have been filtered with activated charcoal to remove the color from the liquid and enhance its fruity and floral character. The result is a clear tequila, similar to a Blanco, while retaining the taste and aroma profile of a barrel-aged tequila.
Those days of cheap shots served alongside a bowl of lime wedges and a shaker of salt? Those are over. Today, tequila belongs alongside fine spirits like Cognac, single malt Scotch, and bourbon, and we couldn’t be happier about it.
First things first: Put the shot glass away. For good tequila, it’s all about taking your time, not getting it down fast. You want a glass that’s relatively tall and narrow, with a slight curve to the sides. Riedel manufactures a great glass just for tequila, but a Glencairn glass, champagne flute, or white wine glass can work well, too.
Pour the tequila, then observe its color and texture. Is it crystal clear, indicating a blanco tequila? Does it have an amber tone, indicating oak aging? How viscous does it look in the glass?
Next, nose the tequila. Gently sniff near the rim of the glass, moving your nose closer or farther away to find the distance that works best for you. Don’t sniff too aggressively, or you won’t get much beyond alcohol vapor.
Now, it’s time to taste. Take a small sip, let it coat your tongue for a few seconds, then swallow and breathe out your nose to encourage retronasal olfaction, the secondary perception of aromas that takes place when you eat or drink. Notice any particular fruit, mineral, flower, or oak notes, as well as the length and quality of the finish.
We love sipping tequila straight, but it’s also the base for several classic cocktails, including one of the world’s most iconic drinks, the Margarita. There are endless Margarita variations, but sometimes simple is best.
Blanco or silver is unaged tequila.
Reposado, a word that means “rested,” is aged for less than one year in an oak cask.
Añejo, “old” tequila is aged up to three years in an oak cask
Extra-Añejo pr “extra old,” means tequila is aged up to five years in oak.
Any spirit distilled from the agave plant, which is a succulent native to Mexico and Texas, is considered mezcal. So, mezcal encompasses other liquors from agave that you’ve seen around including tequila, raicilla, bacanora, and sotol. When you think of mezcal vs. tequila, remember that tequila is a type of mezcal, similar to how bourbon and scotch are types of whiskey.
Over 200 varieties of agave grow in Mexico’s countryside, yet only 50 or so can be used to make the spirit. And, the majority of mezcal is made from the fastest-growing varietal, Espadin, which takes about seven years compared to three decades that other agave varietals can take. There are also mezcal “ensembles”, or those made from a blend of agave types. However, when it comes to the spirit’s flavor and character profile, production methods have a much bigger impact than the agave variety does.
Distilled mezcal ranges widely in flavor and quality, and it sits between 38% and 55% ABV (alcohol by volume).
We have a club for every taste. If you can’t choose just one, check out our Stock the Bar Club, which features a different alcohol type each month.
We currently ship to 45 of the lower 48 states in the continental US. We don’t currently ship to the following states: Alaska, Hawaii, Kentucky, Utah, or Mississippi. Currently, we only ship within the continental US.
Monthly Subscriptions: We ship twice each month. If you make your order before the 4th of the month, your full-sized bottle is shipped between the 5th and the 15th of every month. If your order is made after the 5th, your first bottle will be shipped out between 18-25 of the month. We’ll email tracking information once your shipment is scanned in by the carrier, and you’ll receive your bottle within 3 to 5 business days of that date.
Bottle Shop: Our vendors usually require 1-5 business days to prepare your Bottle Shop order, but shipping times might vary according to your delivery address and availability of the items in your order. We’ll always email your tracking details that include an estimated delivery date once it’s left our warehouse. Keep in mind that if you order multiple items, such as a Bottle Shop purchase and a Monthly Alcohol Subscription, they may ship separately.If a shipment will be late due to external reasons or inclement weather, we’ll keep you updated via email. If you are unavailable during the estimated date of delivery, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make other arrangements.
Yes, we work with most national and regional carriers, all of which require an adult over the age of 21 to sign for the delivery. We recommend shipping to a workplace if you won’t be home.
Once you complete your checkout there will be a confirmation email sent to your email with details about your purchase. A Welcome Email will be sent to the gift recipient's email address, which you can provide at checkout.
When the shipment is ready to leave our warehouse, we’ll email the gift recipient a tracking number. Shipments usually take 3 to 5 business days to arrive, and deliveries are typically made during business hours.
If there’s a delay due to carrier issues or inclement weather, we’ll send the gift recipient an email with info on when to expect their shipment.
No problem. If you want to switch or extend your membership type, you can do so through your membership profile after you sign up. If you’d like to renew, simply send us an email at email@example.com, and we’ll help you out.
The date that your Tequila of the Month Club is created will be your billing date for the duration of your membership.