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Tequila (Jalisco) 1974: The Nahuatl origin (“Tequitl”: work or trade; “tlan”: place) of the word speaks of a workplace and, at the same time, of the specific work of cutting plants. Tequila is a brandy made in a small region of Mexico. It is produced from the distillation of the fermented must obtained from the heart of a plant known as “Agave Tequilana Weber Blue Variety”. This heart of the plant, similar to a gigantic pineapple, in Nahuatl means “the house of the moon” and is used to mean the core, the essence, the center. The purity of a tequila consists of being made entirely from agave.

The Tequilana Weber Blue Variety agave is located in 180 municipalities in five states of the Republic that have been part of the Tequila Denomination of Origin since 1974, such as: Jalisco, Michoacán, Tamaulipas, Nayarit and Guanajuato. Only in those municipalities can the raw material for the production of Tequila be used.

For an agave to be made tequila, it takes between 7 and 9 years.


Tequila, Jalisco, Méjico

Type of Agave:
Webber Blue Organic Tequila

100% agave

Ultra Premium Silver and Ultra Premium Extra Añejo. Small Batches from the selection of the best Mexican Spirits cavas.

Cont. Net.:
1,000 ml
40% alc, Vl (80 proof)

Designations of origin contained in this collection:

– Tequila distilled through an artisanal process.
– Talavera bottle created by hand with protected designation of origin.
– Olinalá box made and hand painted with protected designation of origin.
– Certified amber stopper from Chiapas, sculpted by hand.
– Amate paper made and painted by hand.