Clase Azul Dia de Muertos 2020 Edition

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Clase Azul Dia de Muertos 2020 Edition

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Size: 1 L
Proof: 80
Created: Jesús María In Los Altos Region Of Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Aged 25 Months
  • Limited Edition

Clase Azul Dia de Muertos 2020 Edition is a tribute to Mexico's rich cultural heritage. Produced with a deep appreciation of tradition and a passion for the arts, it showcases extraordinary Mexican craftsmanship. This premium tequila is soft and silky with prominent notes of cooked agave on the nose. Followed by a bouquet of fragrant floral scents, balanced with aromas of vanilla, oak, and nutty toffee. The finish is savory and powerful with notes of white pepper for a warm and lingering finish.

Clase Azul Dia de Muertos 2020 Edition is crafted with 100% Blue Webber Agave for el Dia De Los Muertos as Mayan tradition states, death doesn’t mean we are gone forever, only that our bodies become energy in a different dimension. Our Dia de Muertos bottle - represents the journey that all humans embark on after death. The classic design represents the cycle of life, everything has a beginning and an end. Created only for collectors, it is a limited edition of only 2000 bottles that contains Clase Azul Joven tequila, which combined the best of Clase Azul Plata, Reposado, and Extra Añejo Tequilas..

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Tyler SVG verified by SHOP

Great tequila, beautiful bottle. The taste and accents best represent the holiday it’s meant for. This has to be the best of the dia de los muertos series.

Gary C.
United States United States

You’re kidding right ??