Pueblo Viejo has been in the game since 1886 and has better things to do than hire graphic designers or fancy glassblowers. Its product is classic highland tequila: fruity, clean, citrusy, and floral. Its extra-añejo, under the name San Matías Gran Reserve, is aged three years in French oak, and, at veritable well-spirit prices, is among the best bargains we've seen. [$20; bevmo.com]
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