ICONS OF MEXICO. Aged CRYSTALLINE
Discover the richness and exceptionally smooth flavor of our Añejo Cristalino tequila! This ultra-premium tequila, 100% agave, is an expression of the identity and culture of Mexico. Each bottle is unique and special, reflecting Mexicanness from the harvest of the agaves to our meticulous manufacturing and packaging processes.
Our Añejo Cristalino is carefully aged for 30 months in American white oak barrels, which gives it its distinctive bright golden color. In each sip, you will be able to appreciate the notes of wood, vanilla, cooked agave, cinnamon, mint, and eucalyptus that combine in an exquisite aroma.
When you try it, you will feel its silky and round entrance on the palate, with flavors of toasted wood and citrus notes of lime and grapefruit. The finish is slightly spicy, with hints of fruits such as mango, vanilla, cinnamon, and honey that linger on the palate. Our Añejo Cristalino is a true work of art in every bottle, perfect for special occasions and to appreciate the tradition and passion we put into every drop.
Discover the beauty and exquisiteness of Iconos de México with our Añejo Cristalino, a tequila that captures the essence of Mexico in every sip.
DAY OF THE DEAD COLLECTION. CATRINA
On November 1 and 2 of each year, the cemeteries of Mexico are filled with yellow paths of cempaxúchitl petals, illuminated by candles, which create shadows from the chopped papers and delicately hung above our heads, while a smell of incense perfumes the entire surrounding air. The sadness and joy of sharing with family members and loved ones who have come before us are intermingled; whom we are proud to honor, to remember through their favorite dishes and drinks, including pan de muerto, sugar skulls, and tequila.
The offerings unite the beautiful pre-Hispanic representation of death: the catrina, and the Catholic doctrine with the Virgin of Guadalupe, in this work it has been possible to combine in a single image all the feelings and emotions found, that this festivity arouses so much in Mexico like abroad.
In 2003, the Day of the Dead was proclaimed the intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO, as it is the most relevant representation of the fusion between pre-Hispanic religious rites and Catholic Church festivities, achieving the perfect miscegenation.