Ah, we won't be drinking it all! lol\n\nI do love me some tequila too and I make a mean margarita. I usually use Milagro silver for my margaritas, but they also have a really good one for sipping, their select reserve anejo.\n\n\nNow, you've gotten me started.\n\nBoth Milagros you mentioned are good pricepoint tequlias...interesting that even with the caramel and vanilla from the barrel time, the anejo has more agave flavor than the blanco.\n\nThese are roller pressed tequilas...I steer more towards the Tahoma wheel pressed agave...old school production methods but in blind tasting more people picked tequilas using this method of getting the juice out.\n\nIf you haven't tried this one...it's in a similar pricepoint to Milagros, but tahoma wheel production.\n\nSiete Leguas...the whole line, blanco, repo, anejo are all good and reasonably priced.\n\nI'm a little bit of a tequila aficionado...I'm primarily a sipper, wife likes marguaritas so I worked on my game. I've had many of the top shelf tequilas...Don Julio 1942, Gran Patron, Cascahuin, Ocho Tequila, among others.\n\nMy goto brand is Fortaleza...estate grown agave, no additives, tahoma stone production, fraction of the price of Gran Patron...the good Patron tequila.\n\nI always thought blancos were for mixing, repo, anejo for sipping. This blanco changed my way of thinking.\n\nFortaleza blanco...some spice heat as any good tequila should have but very little alcohol burn. Very smooth. I stock the 40 abv and the still strength which I think is 46 abv. This will be among the best blancos you will drink.\n\nFortaleza Anejo.. this is my sipper...the perfect blend of agave and barrel...imo, better than 1942...distribution is not as developed as some others but it's growing....it's not cheap, $80 750ml but as a sipper it holds it's own against Gran Patron Piedra ($300 750ml) and with my top shelf scotch Glenmorangie 18 yr ($110 750ml).\n\nI did a comparison review of the famed Don Julio 1942 and Fortaleza Anejo...this was a pic\n\n\n\nPart of this comparison was my good friend and tequila lover, we did a blind taste test with him....he liked them both, but also preferred Fortaleza's balance of agave and barrel effect.