|Tequila Tapatio, made by Camarena Family at the 'La Altena' Distillery outside the town of Arandas, in the highlands of Los Altos where the very best Agave is grown.|
(Tapatio is the Mexican word, meaning a person from Guadalajara.)
This is Tequila made in the same way as it was 100 years ago with a stone wheel (Tahona) turning round and round in a pit crushing the Agave, then mixed by foot, by a man up to his chest in a barrel of Agave juice and crushed agave fibres, before fermentation and distillation, including the unique style of adding the Agave fibres to the distillation. Visiting the distillery is a trip back in time!
This is an experience rarely to be found with modern day Tequila. The Blanco has a pronounced peppery/spicy aroma and extraordinary explosion of flavours in the mouth. You won't want to shoot or slam this nectar!
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