Costco Kirkland Signature Tequila Review

Costco’s Kirkland Signature brand has a reputation for offering high-quality products at great prices, and their liquor offerings live up to it for the most part. I was very impressed with the Kirkland Signature Vodkas.

Kirkland offers an impressive variety of scotch and whiskey with some solid options too. In our house, we love margaritas, so tequila tends to be the liquor we drink the most. Is Kirkland Signature Tequila a good buy, or are you better off sticking to traditional tequila brands? You can read the full review for the complete answer, but I can tell you right now that I’m a repeat buyer!

Image of the Costco Kirkland Signature Anejo and Blanco Tequila bottles sitting outside on a deck unopened.
Costco Kirkland Signature Tequila.

Location in Store

You can find both the anejo and blanco tequila in the Costco liquor store. The item number for the Kirkland Signature Anejo Tequila is 1327189 and the number for the Kirkland Signature Blanco Tequila is 1550208.

Image of the anejo tequila bottle outside on a deck unopened.
Anejo tequila is richer with oak, toffee and caramel notes.

Who makes Costco Kirkland Signature Tequila?

In case you’re wondering if the same company that makes Patron or Don Julio also bottles the Kirkland Signature Tequila, the answer is no.

Image of a margarita with ice sitting outside with grass and trees in the background.
My favorite cocktail.

Santa Lucia Distillery in Mexico bottles both the Kirkland Signature anejo and blanco tequila. The distillery sells a bunch of different brands of tequila but is most known for its “Distilador” and the company started in the year 1940.

Image of the Kirkland Signature Tequila Blanco bottle sitting on a deck outside unopened.
Blanco tequila isn’t aged at all.



This tequila anejo is way stronger tasting and more flavorful than the silver tequila, anejo means the tequila has been aged in oak barrels for at least one year so you get a strong oak flavor and smell. Due to the longer time period the tequila rests in oak is what gives the tequila the amber color.

Image of the anejo tequila bottle outside on a deck unopened with the sun setting behind it.
The amber color of the anejo tequila is so pretty!

My husband took one for the team and slowly sipped the tequila on it’s own to get the true flavors. Noticeable smells are agave, caramel, brown sugar, vanilla and of course oak!

Image of the top cork label on the anejo tequila bottle.
94 points is quite a good score for tequila.

It tastes pretty much like it smells with a very mild burn and not too much of an aftertaste! This is not a cheap, disgusting, gasoline-tasting tequila. We both thought it tasted smooth and like a high-quality tequila.

Closeup image of the front label on the anejo tequila showing alcohol percentage and product description.
Aged for at least one year.


Blanco tequila is much different than anejo. It isn’t aged at all and is definitely not for sipping. I have to say I prefer the Kirkland Signature Silver Tequila over the Blanco.

image of the top cork label on the blanco tequila bottle.
Casamigos also has a 92 point score which is interesting!

The blanco is sharp, citrusy and a bit sour tasting. It tastes and smells more like cheap tequila if you know what I mean. It’s totally fine in mixed drinks like margaritas or palomas but is not for shots or drinking straight.

Closeup image of the front label on the blanco tequila showing alcohol percentage and product description.
The blanco tequila comes in a 1.75 liter bottle.



I paid $43.99 for the one-liter bottle of tequila. This is pretty reasonable considering any tequila isn’t cheap where I’m from. It’s also cheap for a pretty decent-tasting, high-quality sipping tequila.

Closeup image of the back label on the anejo tequila showing product of mexico, contains sulphites.
The anejo tequila contains sulphites for those who are allergic to them.


This is a big bottle of tequila! The 1.75-liter bottle of Blanco tequila costs $64.99 Canadian which isn’t bad for 100% Blue Weber Agave but it’s also not really cheap either.

Closeup image of the back label on the anejo tequila showing product of mexico and produced by.
Bottled by Saint Lucia Distillery.

Serving Suggestions


This tequila can be enjoyed straight as a sipping tequila or you can use it to make golden margaritas or other mixed drinks like a Mexican mule or a tequila old-fashioned. I probably wouldn’t buy it solely to make mixed drinks because there are cheaper options that I think work better for cocktails.

Image of the anejo tequila poured into a glass sitting on an oak table.
Ready to sip!


I absolutely wouldn’t recommend this for sipping or even a fancy cocktail with premium ingredients. It’s fine for margaritas and similar cocktails like palomas and tequila sunrises.

Image of a margarita with ice in it sitting outside on a deck.
The blanco tequila makes a decent margarita but is not for sipping.


TasteAnejo– 8.5/10 Blanco – 6.5/10

Cost: 8/10


Give it a try!

This Kirkland Signature Tequila Anejo is reasonably priced and is great for sipping alone or using for margaritas or other drinks. The Blanco is a reasonable price and good for mixed drinks, it’s nothing spectacular though.

Have you tried either of these tequilas from Costco? What did you think of them?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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