|NOM :||1492 ,|
|Agave Type :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Agave Region :||Jalisco (Los Altos) ,|
|Region :||Jalisco (Ciénega) ,|
|Cooking :||Stone/Brick Ovens ,|
|Extraction :||Tahona ,|
|Water Source :||Deep well water ,|
|Fermentation :||Wood fermentation tanks, 100% agave, Fermentation with fibers ,|
|Distillation :||2x distilled ,|
|Still :||Copper Pot ,|
|Aging :||French Oak barrels, American White Oak barrels, New barrels ,|
|ABV/Proof :||40% abv (80-proof)|
|Other :||No additives|
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