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Chamuco Tequila Blanco

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Embark on a journey of pure agave essence with Chamuco Tequila Blanco, a testament to Mexico's rich tequila heritage. Crafted with passion and precision, this exquisite spirit captures the vibrant soul of Jalisco's blue agave, delivering an authentic taste experience that ignites the senses.

Chamuco Tequila Blanco begins its journey in the sun-drenched fields of Jalisco, where only the finest blue agave plants are hand-selected at peak maturity. Harvested with care, these agave piñas undergo traditional cooking methods, releasing their sweet nectar and laying the foundation for Chamuco's exceptional flavor.

Following fermentation and careful distillation, Chamuco Tequila Blanco emerges as a pure expression of agave, unadulterated by aging or additives. The result is a crystal-clear spirit with a bold and robust character, boasting notes of sweet agave, citrus, and earthy undertones.

On the palate, Chamuco Tequila Blanco dazzles with its crisp and clean profile, offering a smooth and refreshing taste experience. Sip by sip, indulge in the agave's natural sweetness, complemented by hints of pepper and herbal nuances that linger on the palate.

Versatile and vibrant, Chamuco Tequila Blanco is perfect for savoring neat, crafting classic cocktails, or elevating any social gathering with its authentic Mexican flair. Whether enjoyed on a warm summer day or during lively celebrations, Chamuco Tequila Blanco invites you to embrace the spirit of Mexico and savor the moment, one sip at a time.

ABV

40%

Tasting Notes

Appearance: Chamuco Tequila Blanco gleams with a crystal-clear brilliance, reflecting the purity of its essence.

Aroma: The aroma of Chamuco Tequila Blanco invites with a bouquet of fresh agave, citrus zest, and delicate floral notes. Subtle hints of earthiness and herbal undertones add depth to the olfactory experience.

Palate: On the palate, Chamuco Tequila Blanco delivers a vibrant and invigorating taste profile. Crisp and clean, it reveals the natural sweetness of blue agave, accented by lively citrus flavors and a touch of black pepper. The mouthfeel is smooth and refreshing, with a hint of minerality that enhances the overall complexity.

Finish: The finish is bright and uplifting, leaving a lingering impression of agave sweetness and subtle spice. Each sip of Chamuco Tequila Blanco is a celebration of Mexico's tequila heritage, inviting you to savor the essence of the land and the craftsmanship that goes into every bottle.

Distillery Information

Chamucos which loosely translates as 'boogie man, is a 100% agave reposado tequila produced by Premium de Jalisco in Mazamitla in southern Jalisco.
Most Tequilas come from the state of Jalisco, where the actual town of Tequila, Mexico resides. For starters, in order for a spirit to be called “Tequila” it MUST come from one of five authorized states in Mexico: Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacan, Nayarit, or Tamaulipas.The first tequila distillery in the United States was opened in 1936 in Nogales, Arizona by Harry J. Karns, former Arizona state senator and Nogales Mayor. In a move to take ownership of the term "tequila", the Mexican government declared the term to be its intellectual property in 1974.
CasamigosActor George Clooney, entrepreneur Rande Gerber (husband to model Cindy Crawford), and entrepreneur Michael Meldman created three tequilas that are made from agave grown in Jalisco's Highlands.The first distillation process takes place in steel distillation columns, during which water is removed and alcohol is concentrated from fermented agave juice. The second distillation takes place in stills to obtain tequila with a range of 55-65% alcohol, depending on the brand.
In the local Nahuatl language, the word tequila means 'volcanic rock' or 'rock that cuts', a reference to the dormant volcano that shadows the town of Tequila. In the 17th century 'agave wines' produced in and around the town of Tequila started to gain notoriety for their quality.

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