Tasting Notes: Highlights include a balance between hints of cooked agave and fruit, and added vainilla and caramel bring out the intensity of the oak. With a lingering taste, an intense aroma, and a well-rounded and full body.
Recommended Pairing: Ideal for drinking by itself, as an aperitif or digestif. It is recommended paired with dishes with complex, intense flavors. It also mixes well with juices, sparkling water, and soft drinks so that its intense characteristics stand out. It can also pair well with coffee lungo or espresso.
Crop: Los Altos, Jalisco, Mexico
Altitude: Between 1800 and 2200 meters above sea level
Temperature: 64ºF to 77ºF
Aged: From 5 to 7 years
Aged: 4 months
Type of barrel: American and French oak
Alcohol by volume: 40%
Type of cork: Synthetic
Master Jimador: Alfredo Salcido
Master Distiller: Guadalupe Ramirez
Taster: Miguel Cedeño Cruz