High-Olmec tequila reposed is a tequila made 100% blue Agave sown in Mexico in the Highlands. It is one of the few tequilas that include the Tahona method in its process, a tradition of more than 500 years. Selected with two gold medals two silver and a score of 92 on 100.
This tequila is produced in the Colonial distillery of Jalisco, in Los Altos, Jalisco, by Maestro Tequila Jesús Hernández, who supervises the entire production process; From harvest to bottling. The tradition and quality of high Olmec Tequila is also due to the use of copper stills during distillation, which, according to the production team, provides a soft and enriched product.
High-Olmec Tequila tasting Note resting
Tall Olmeca Tequila is kept in barrels from SIX to ocho months, which gives it sweet and fruity aromas, such as citrus. You can also perceive the cooked agave, vanilla and wood notes.