Cazadores Tequila recipe was created by founder Felix Banuelos’ grandfather, Jose María. The stag on the bottle (cazadores means “hunters”) was inspired by Jose María Bañuelos seeing wild deer running through his agave fields. This Blanco tequila is an unaged 100% agave sourced from the Highlands of Jalisco. As some winemakers have done, fermentation is done with classical music playing round the clock. It is clear and bottled straight after distillation. Sometimes rested in stainless steel up to 60 days and can also be aged in wood for no more than 30 days. It has Plantain custard, anise cookie, and sweet potato aromas. A soft, delicate entry leads to a dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body of sea salt, grilled papaya and pineapple, floral honey, and green peppercorn flavors. Finishes with long, warning interplay of white pepper, star anise, and dried tropical fruit flavors. You can have Cazadores Tequila straight, on the rocks, with tonic or even in cocktails.
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