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Miixa 100© was born with one purpose, to change the way the world perceives Tequila. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a quality, accessible Tequila and our range is designed to do just that!

Our Tequila is made with the finest ingredients and care, ensuring an unparalleled taste and experience for our customers.

In addition to our Ultra-Premium Silver Tequila we offer a delicious Café Tequila, also made from 100% Blue Agave.

Our range is made from the finest Weber Blue Agave, and each bottle is handcrafted with love and care. Whether you’re a Tequila lover or just looking for something new, we know you’ll love our range of Ultra-Premium Tequilas.

Come and join us on our journey!



Our attention to detail, our processes, our love for Tequila.

Using the most authentic and traditional of techniques, Miixa 100© have produced one of the finest and smoothest Tequilas in the world.

With its unique tasting notes and flavours, we have something for everyone!


Tequila must be made from at least 51% blue Weber agave and can only be produced in certain regions of Mexico, primarily in the state of Jalisco and limited municipalities in Guanajuato, Michoacán, Nayarit, and Tamaulipas.

In addition, Tequila can only be produced in Mexico and it’s protected by the Mexican government under the “Denomination of Origin Tequila” which means that Tequila made outside of Mexico can not be called Tequila.

Tequila is made from the blue agave plant, which takes around 8-12 years to mature before it can be harvested. The process of making tequila involves cooking the agave plant, crushing it to extract the juice, and then fermenting and distilling the juice to create the final product.
Tequila can be aged in oak barrels, just like whiskey or bourbon. The aging process can give the tequila a smoother taste, and can also result in the development of complex flavors like vanilla, caramel, or even chocolate. The aging process is classified into three categories: Blanco (unaged), Reposado (aged 2-12 months) and Añejo (aged 1-3 years).
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