A great representative of Mexico in the world, Tequila is the essence of the Weber blue agave, a succulent plant that grows in the extremely dry soil of the town of the same name in the state of Jalisco. The heart of the agave, the piña, is cooked in special ovens and, from the fermented cooking fluid, the great distillate is obtained, which was first consumed by Aztec priests in honour of ritual sacrifices. The Blanco version becomes Reposado if it is aged in oak barrels, and Añejo if it is aged for more than a year. Whether it is drunk neat, with salt and lemon or cinnamon, or as the centrepiece of sensational tropical cocktails, it is the spirit that embodies all the charm of Mexico, its arid climates and ancient pre-Columbian civilisations.
The Tequila Reposado of Cazadores is a distillate with a slightly amber color due to the aging in new American oak barrels, which can vary from a period of two months to a year. The result is a bouquet of vanilla aromas, with hints of tropical fruit and citrus notes for a soft and velvety palate