Plata ($89.99) is an unaged blanco tequila produced from 100% organic blue weber agave, which is slow-cooked in traditional brick ovens for 72 hours and then distilled using a proprietary yeast developed by their master distiller .
Reposado ($110) is aged in reclaimed American oak barrels for eight months.
Mezcal ($250) is made from Cenizo Agave. This agave grows wild in the State of Durango, where the extreme climate, rich minerals of the soil, and a source of natural springs give force and complexity to its notes. The bottle design is inspired by black clay pottery, one of the most representative styles of Mexican folk art.
Anejo ($500) is their “Edicion Indígena Mazahua” (or Mazahua-Edition). It is aged for 25 months and symbolizes the union of Mexican indigenous roots with European glazing techniques, resulting in a combination of history, art, and the highest quality tequila.
Ultra ($1800), the “King of the Family,” is only produced in numbered batches of 100 bottles. Each bottle contains tequila that is aged for five years in sherry wood casks from Spain. The bottle is hand-painted with platinum and features a silver agave medallion and label—applied using 24-karat gold.
So if you’re looking for an extraordinary gift or truly transcendent addition to a holiday get together, consider Clase Azul tequila. You simply cannot go wrong.
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