Master Distiller, Vindiana Tinoco, crafted Clase Azul Dia de Muertos Anejo soley from agave plants sourced from a small mountain in Los Altos de Jalisco called El Cerro del Viboreo. Then aged for 14 months in casks previously used for American whiskey, this anejo tequila is truly one-of-a-kind. Taste the beaty and celebration of this tribute to El Día de Muertos, the most anticipated Mexican holiday, honoring loved ones who have passed. This tequila was brewed to help you bask in rich tradition and appreciate the human’s incredible journeys.
Starting with candied orange peel, sweet pear, toasted oak, agave syrup, white flower, and ending with light notes of rosemary, crème caramel and vanilla.
A blend of citrus, roasted coffee, sweet pear, roasted almond, orange, rosemary, clove, agave syrup, sweet coconut, chocolate, and anise.