Azulejos Longhorn Añejo Tequila is produced in Jalisco, the heart of tequila country. This is the two year aged expression distilled in stainless steel stills, a bright taste Lowland tequila, aged in French Cognac Oak.
Artisinal hand made skeleton shaped clay Talavera with skull bull head
Hand painted, front and back with Texas Flag
Minor differences on every bottle, a piece of art
100% “Agave Tequilana Weber variety Azul”, commonly called blue weber agave or tequila agave.
Hand picked Lowland (El Valle) region.
Los Azulejos uses 7-10 year old agaves.
Los Azulejos cooked in traditional brick ovens.
Steaming is followed by crushing in a shredder/roller mill and natural yeast fermentation is done in a slow to medium 48-60 hour procedure, in 30,000 liter stainless steel tanks.
Additional double slow distillation in copper alembic stills.
Aging in French Cognac Oak barrels for a minimum of 30 months, other brands usually up to 24 months.
Honey toned, lovely rich medium body.
Swirling in glass leaves a light coating on the glass.
Agave notes with hints of cognac, oak, savory hints, orange with mineral salts.
Time in wood softens the flavour of warm notes of vanilla, caramel, orange and chocolate.
Grabs your attention.
Finish is bracing and very smooth.
This tequila is trouble – it’s hard to put down.
A true connoisseurs sipping Añejo
Delicious, smooth, similar to a lovely cognac.