Blanco: Clear and unaged, usually bottled shortly after distillation with a fresh, crisp flavor and a peppery kick.
Reposado: Aged in oak barrels for two months up to one year, it has a light golden color and a smoother taste with hints of vanilla, caramel and oak.
Añejo: Aged for one to three years in oak barrels, has a darker color and a rich, complex flavor profile offering notes of chocolate, roasted nuts and spice.
Mezcal: A distilled spirit made from agave varieties, including blue agave. Mezcal has a distinct smoky flavor and often has earthy, herbal and fruity undertones.
– Marie Gabrielle Patasin, C2 Communications