Browse through the most frequently asked questions
Where can I purchase KAH Tequila?
List of online stores is available here
How can I contact you in case of questions?
Feel free to reach out to the KAH Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is KAH tequila Kosher?
Yes, Fabrica de Tequilas Finos, where KAH is produced, has been certified by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.
Where is KAH Tequila made?
KAH Tequila is produced by Fabrica de Tequilas Finos, located in the town of Tequila in Jalisco, Mexico, at the foot of Tequila hill. Find out more.
What is the best way to drink tequila?
KAH tequila is excellent in various cocktails, however we recommend enjoying it neat at room temperature to bring out the most of its aroma and taste.
What is so special about 100% agave tequila?
Only tequila made form 100% agave plants are allowed to use the term “100% agave” on the label, according to Mexican government regulation. If a tequila label doesn’t include this term, it means it contains only 51% of alcohol obtained from blue agave sugars and is mixed with other spirit, usually one obtained form sugarcanes. The 100% agave mark is a quality symbol only the best tequila brands are offering.
What is the difference between blanco, silver, reposado, añejo and extra añejo types of tequila?
The main difference between these types of tequila is the duration of maturation (or aging). Maturation plays a major role in shaping color as well as the flavors and aromas of tequilas.
- Blanco (also known as “plata “or “silver”) is unaged tequila that is bottled right after distillation, or aged for less than two months in oak casks of unlimited size and then clarified before bottling.
- Reposado tequila is aged between two and eleven months in oak casks of unlimited size.
- Añejo tequila is aged between 12 and 36 months in oak casks with a maximum size of 600 liters.
- Extra Añejo is aged for more than 36 months.
Why is Day of the Dead celebrated for three days?
Each of the Day of the Dead days honors different spirits. On October 31st, All Hallows Eve, the children make a children’s altar to invite the angelitos (spirits of dead children) to come back for a visit. November 1st is All Saints Day, dedicated for adult spirits. November 2nd is All Souls Day when the souls depart the earth.
How can I know if KAH is truly a premium quality tequila?
A good way to be sure of its quality is by the numerous awards it has received.
KAH Blanco has received a Silver Medal from The Tequila Masters and 96-points from Beverage Tasting Institute.
KAH Reposado received a Gold Medal from The Tequila Masters, 90-points from Beverage Tasting Institute, and 94-points from the Ultimate Spirits Challenge.
KAH Añejo has received a Silver Medal from The Tequila Masters, 94-points from Beverage Tasting Institute, and 95-points from the Ultimate Spirits Challenge.
KAH Tequila, inclusive of the entire series, won Best In Class, Platinum from the Spirits International Prestige Awards.