Clase Azul Añejo “Edición Indígena Mazahua” (or Mazahua-Edition) is the fruit of two worlds that meet. It symbolizes the union of authentic Mexican indigenous roots (represented by the unfired clay) with European glazing techniques, result in a combination of history, art, and the highest quality tequila all making Clase Azul Añejo a truly exemplary expression.
CATEGORY: 100% blue Agave TYPE: Extra Aged ALC. CONT. 40% alc. Vol. (80 Proof) PLANT: Organic agave plant REGION: Jalisco Highlands (Altos de Jalisco) PRODUCER: Casa Tradición S.A. de C.V. DISTILLERY: Productos Finos de Agave (NOM 1416) LOCATION: Jesús María (Arandas region, Jalisco) COOKING: Slow cooking with steam in traditional stone ovens during 72 hrs. MILLING: Artisan milling FERMENTATION: Superior yeast (secret formula) DISTILLATION: Double distillation, in copper still BARREL: American white oak barrel COLOR: Intense amber BODY: Full-bodied with significantly defined legs and tears AROMA: Cooked agave, a variety of woods, vanilla, caramel, almonds, and apples FLAVOR: Freshly baked agave with touches of vanilla, caramel, and various woods DECANTER: Ultra-fine ceramic (in high temperature) CERAMIC COATING: Food grade (lead free) CERAMIC COOKING: Triple 650°, 800° y 1200° C PRODUCTION TIME: 2 weeks per decanter DECORATION: Its hand-made decoration symbolizes the union of authentic Mexican indigenous roots, with European glazing techniques CAP: Pewter