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1800 Tequila.

1800 Tequila.

1800 Tequila

The first officially licensed tequila manufacturer was Jose Antonio Cuervo of Jalisco, Mexico, in 1758, after he was given the rights by King Ferdinand VI of Spain to cultivate a portion of land. Shortly thereafter, the production of tequila was banned, until 1795, when King Carlos IV lifted the ban. 1800 is widely known as the year in which tequila was first successfully aged in wood.

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Then there’s the label: The 1800 logo showcases a crest that reads, “Trabajo, Passion, Honestidad.” This translates to “work, passion, honesty.” The crest signifies the brand’s traditional farming and distilling practices, honoring the jimadors that harvest agave at its full maturation, between 8 and 12 years old. (Source: vinepair.com)

This tequila is crafted using 8-12 year old 100% Weber blue agave and is matured in American and French Oak barrels for no less than six months. This rich liquid has notes of buttery caramel, mild spices and a touch of smokiness, which is imparted by the finishing process. Perfect mixed in a cocktail or on the rocks. (Source: www.africanandeastern.com)

 

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