Tequila Clase Azul, Príncipe de México
The Clase Azul Tequila, also known as Edición Indígena-Mazahua or Mazahua Edition due to the tribute paid to the design of the bottle, is an ultra-premium añejo tequila made from Tequilana agave.
The bottle pays homage to the indigenous people of Mazahua, from the village of Santa María Canchesdá.
The bottom of the bottle features a spiral appliqué on unfired clay, symbolising the fertility of the land.
When the earth comes into contact with water, represented by a thin blue line, it gives life to the agave.
Once the agave has reached its optimum maturity and is harvested, the precious heart of the agave is obtained.
Finally, the story ends at the neck of the bottle with a 24-carat gold charm medallion and a feather motif.
Tasting notes :
The colour is an intense amber.
Aromas include vanilla, cinnamon, apples, Mexican almonds, stewed agave candy.
The palate delivers cooked agave flavours with notes of vanilla, caramel and various woods to the finish.
This Tequila is made from Weber blue agave with an extended aging period.
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