Califino Tequila Extra Anejo

Califino Tequila Extra Anejo

Califino Tequila Extra Anejo

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Introducing Califino Tequila Extra Añejo, a distinguished expression of time-honored craftsmanship and unparalleled refinement. Aged to perfection for an extended period, this Extra Añejo tequila exemplifies the epitome of sophistication and complexity. Meticulously crafted from 100% Weber Blue Agave, each bottle of Califino Extra Añejo tells a story of patience, dedication, and the pursuit of extraordinary flavor.

As you pour Califino Tequila Extra Añejo, the rich mahogany hue is a visual testament to the extensive aging process in fine oak barrels. The aroma is a revelation of deep, layered complexity, with notes of oak, vanilla, and hints of dried fruit that intertwine gracefully, promising an exquisite tasting experience.

Upon the first sip, Califino Extra Añejo unveils a velvety and full-bodied palate. The agave sweetness is magnificently complemented by the nuanced influence of oak, delivering flavors of caramel, chocolate, and a touch of spice. The aging process imparts a smoothness that caresses the senses, creating a truly indulgent and memorable tequila experience.

The finish is a lingering symphony of flavors, a testament to the artistry involved in creating Califino Tequila Extra Añejo. Each sip invites you to savor the culmination of years spent maturing in oak barrels, producing a tequila that transcends expectations and embodies the pinnacle of aged excellence.

Whether enjoyed neat or as the centerpiece of a special occasion, Califino Tequila Extra Añejo is an invitation to savor the extraordinary. Elevate your tequila journey with this exceptionally aged masterpiece that stands as a tribute to the legacy of 100% Weber Blue Agave and the mastery of the tequila maker's craft.

Indulge in the luxury of time with Califino Tequila Extra Añejo – where sophistication meets agave excellence in a bottle that encapsulates the essence of aged refinement. Cheers to the extraordinary.

Califino Tequila Extra Añejo unveils itself with a deep and lustrous mahogany hue, a visual testament to its extended aging process. Swirling in the glass, it exhibits a velvety viscosity, foreshadowing the richness to come.

The aroma is an opulent symphony of complexity. Deep, inviting notes of aged oak and vanilla intertwine with a subtle sweetness, creating an olfactory experience of unparalleled depth. Hints of dried fruit, such as raisins and figs, add a layer of sophistication to the bouquet, promising a tasting journey like no other.

The first sip of Califino Tequila Extra Añejo is a revelation of flavor and texture. The agave sweetness is gracefully amplified by the influence of the oak, offering a decadent palate of caramel, chocolate, and a delicate spice that dances on the taste buds. The velvety smoothness of the tequila adds to the overall indulgence, creating a full-bodied and unforgettable experience.

The finish is a lingering masterpiece, a testament to the years spent maturing in fine oak barrels. Califino Extra Añejo leaves a lasting impression with a harmonious blend of flavors that evolve on the palate. The warmth persists, inviting contemplation and appreciation for the tequila maker's artistry.

Sourced from the Highlands of Jalisco, our tequila is handcrafted with only 100% Ultra-Premium Blue Weber Agave.
Of the nearly 140 tequila distilleries in Mexico, hers is the only one that's led and operated solely by women. Melly Barajas walks through a field of blue agave plants in the Los Altos region of Jalisco, Mexico.Old-time friends Miguel Luna and Phil Salvagio turned their passion project for a craft of luxury tequila into a reality. CaliFino was developed through endless rounds of ideas and family tastings to ensure a lavish recipe. CaliFino is derived from the Luna family recipe crafted back in 1975.
It released 450 bottles of El Ladrón Yolo, its first California-grown take on tequila, in 2021, using Reynolds' agave. The first El Ladrón Yolo bottles were sold only in the distillery's tasting room, though the next batch will be slightly larger and distributed through other retailers.With Mexican independence in 1821, Spanish liquors started to face with greater difficulties reaching Mexico. This was the opening for Tequila producers to increase their sales in Guadalajara and to start marketing Tequila in Mexico City and the entire centre of the country.

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