Cazcanes No.7 Reposado Tequila
About the Brand
OUR NAME: The Cazcanes natives, the last indigenous people of Mexico to be conquered by the Spaniards.
OUR SYMBOL: The Ancient symbol of the Healing Hand.
OUR RECIPE: Based upon a 300-year-old indigenous recipe found in a moonshine jungle still.
OUR WATER: Deep underground springs beneath the ancient native lands of the Cazcanes.
OUR INGREDIENTS: Agave and Water (No Additives)
THE LOST ART OF TEQUILA MAKING
Cazcanes sources natural artesian water for our tequila. The water starts off as rain or snow high up on the pristine peaks of the San Pedro de los Landeros mountains. It slowly travels through natural minerals deep within the volcanic mountains before emerging at the Navichi springs.
NATURAL YEAST FERMENTATION
The ‘piñas’ are then cooked, and crushed to extract and concentrate their flavors. Next comes fermentation using natural, wild yeast, and then distillation in our alembic stills.
Hand-selected Weber Blue Lowland (Tequila Valley) Agave grown in Volcanic Tufa Soil at 4000-6000 ft is harvested during peak sugar levels to deliver a distinct Cazcanes taste.
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
At Cazcanes Tequila, we oversee every step of the process with tremendous Attention to detail to help create a tequila that stands above all the rest.
Cazcanes Tequila No.7 Reposado is the first Reposado offering from Mr. Collin Edwards, the award-winning Master Distiller of Cazcanes Tequila. Only 600 have been produced. Of which, only 300 have been available in the California market Starting July 2018. This particular blend was aged in heavy charred American oak barrels for 4 months to produce a defined taste and robust body. It also was awarded a Bronze Medal from the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
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