Our Tequila Bar

100% de Blue Agave

Sipped or blended—there is no hard liquor more iconic or evocative than tequila. The earthy elixir is the national drink of México, a symbol of its people, pride, and heritage.

Come celebrate with our extensive selection of 100% blue agave tequilas, mixed with quality ingredients for that perfect margarita or savored in one of our tequila sipping glasses.

Salud!

Tequila Blanco

Unaged Tequilas 2oz Serving.

This tequila is in its purest form. It is clear and typically un-aged, where the true flavors and the intensity of the Agave are present, as well as the natural sweetness. It can be bottled directly after distillation, or stored in stainless steel tanks to settle for up to 4 weeks.

  • 1800
  • 1921
  • 4 Copas
  • 7 Leguas
  • Antiguo
  • Artá
  • Asombroso Plata
  • Avión
  • Azul
  • Azuñia
  • Casa Noble
  • Cazadores
  • Centinela
  • Chamucos
  • Chinaco
  • Cielo
  • Clase Azul
  • Corazón
  • Corralejo Triple Destilado
  • Corrido
  • Corzo
  • Don Álvaro
  • Don Elías
  • Don Julio
  • Don Pilar
  • Don Ramon
  • El Jimador
  • El Mayor
  • El Tesoro
  • Espolón
  • Fortaleza
  • Frida Kahlo
  • Gran Centenario
  • Hacienda Del Cristero
  • Herencia Mexicana
  • Herradura
  • Hornitos
  • KAH
  • La Certeza
  • Lapis
  • La Pinta
  • Leyenda del Milagro
  • Los Azulejos
  • Milagro Single Barrel
  • Orgullo
  • Oro Azul
  • Paqui
  • Partida
  • Patrón
  • Peligroso
  • Pueblo Viejo
  • Regional
  • Reserva De La Familia
  • T 1
  • Tequila 8
  • Tezon
  • Tierras
  • Tradicional
  • Trago
  • Tres Generaciones
  • Tres Ríos

Tequila Reposado

Aged minimum 6 months
36 months
  • 1800
  • 1921
  • 4 Copas
  • 7 Leguas
  • Antiguo
  • Asombroso Rosa
  • Avión
  • Azul
  • Azuñia
  • Carmessi
  • Casa Noble
  • Cazadores   
  • Centinela
  • Chamucos
  • Cielo
  • Clase Azul
  • Corazón
  • Corralejo
  • Corrido
  • Corzo
  • Don Álvaro
  • Don Elías
  • Don Fulano
  • Don Julio
  • Dos Manos
  • El Charro
  • El Jimador
  • El Mayor
  • El Tesoro
  • Espolón
  • Frida Kahlo
  • Gran Centenario
  • Herencia Mexicana
  • Herradura
  • Hornitos
  • KAH
  • La Certeza
  • Leyenda del milagro
  • Lapis
  • Milagro Single Barrel
  • Oro Azul
  • Paqui
  • Partida
  • Patrón
  • Peligroso
  • Pueblo Viejo
  • Regional
  • T 1
  • Tenoch
  • Tequila 8
  • Tezon
  • Tierras
  • Tradicional
  • Trago
  • Tres Generaciones
  • Tres Ríos
  • Uno Exceptional


Tequila Añejo

Aged minimum 12 months
36 months
  • 1800
  • 1921 Reserva
  • 4 Copas
  • 7 Leguas
  • Agavero
  • Antiguo
  • Artá
  • Avión
  • Casa Noble 2 Yr.
  • Cazadores
  • Centinela
  • Chamucos
  • Chinaco
  • Cielo
  • Corazón
  • Corralejo
  • Corrido
  • Corzo
  • Don Álvaro
  • Don Elías
  • Don Julio
  • Don Julio 70 Yr.
  • Don Pilar
  • Don Ramón
  • El Jimador
  • El Mayor
  • El Tesoro
  • Espolón
  • Fortaleza
  • Frida Kahlo
  • Gran Centenario
  • Herradura
  • Herencia Mexicana
  • Hornitos
  • KAH
  • La Certeza
  • Lapis
  • Leyenda de Milagro
  • Maestro Dobel
  • Milagro
  • Milagro Single Barrel
  • Orgullo
  • Oro Azul
  • Paqui
  • Partida
  • Patrón
  • Peligroso
  • Pueblo Viejo
  • Pura Sangre
  • Regional
  • Reserva De La Familia
  • San Matías Gran Reserva
  • T 1
  • Tequila 8
  • Tierras
  • Trago
  • Tres Generaciones
  • Tres Ríos
  • Uno Estelar

Distinguish Añejos

Aged minimum 36 months
36 months
  • 1942 Don Julio
  • Cabo Uno Añejo Reserva
  • Casa Noble
  • Cazadores 5 Yr.
  • Chinaco 30th Anniversary Añejo
  • Clase Azul Ultra Añejo
  • Don Julio Real
  • El Tesoro 70th Anniversary
  • El Tesoro Paradiso
  • Gran Centenario Leyenda
  • Gran Corralejo
  • Gran Patrón Burdeos
  • Herradura Suprema
  • Partida Elegante Extra Añejo
  • Rey Sol
  • Único Tequila Joven

A LITTLE HISTORY ABOUT TEQUILA

 

Tequila was first produced in the 16th century near the city of Tequila, which was not officially established until 1656. The Aztec people had previously made a fermented beverage from the agave plant, which they called octli, later called pulque, long before the Spanish arrived in 1521.

When the Spanish conquistadors ran out of their own brandy, they began to distill agave to produce North America's first indigenous distilled spirit. Some 80 years later, around 1600, Don Pedro Sánchez de Tagle, the Marquis of Altamira, began mass-producing tequila at the first factory in the territory of modern-day Jalisco.
By 1608, the colonial governor of Nueva Galicia had begun to tax his products. Spain's King Carlos IV granted the Cuervo family the first license to commercially make tequila. The style of tequila that is popular today was first mass-produced in the early 19th century in Guadalajara, Mexico. Don Cenobio Sauza, founder of Sauza Tequila and Municipal President of the Village of Tequila from 1884–1885, was the first to export tequila to the United States.

Don Cenobio's grandson Don Francisco Javier gained international attention for insisting that "there cannot be tequila where there are no agaves!" His efforts led to the practice that real tequila can come only from the State of Jalisco.

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We have one the largest varieties of tequilas in the area
and mouthwatering appetizers at great prices.

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510-785-8200 

Hours:

Mon-Thurs 11:00am-10:00pm

Friday 11:00am-11:00pm

Saturday 10:00am-11:00pm

Sunday 10:00am-10:00pm

19950 Hesperian Blvd.

Hayward, CA 94541

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