Cimarron Blanco

Quick Sips: Petrol and pepper with a little baking spices on the nose. The taste is unusually dry with undertones of citrus and burnt molasses. Very short finish. Nice roundness.

Applications: Great all around tequila with a low price point, yet quality enough to drink straight or mix.

Production: (via distiller) A highland agave tequila distilled for a dry profile to allow greater control of cocktail sweetness.

  • Cimarrón Tequila from Atotonilco, Jalisco agave.
  • Hillside blue agave grown at 4,620′ elevation.
  • Plant sugars of an average of 24-26° Brix.
  • Slow agave roast creates a bright, forward flavor.
  • Fermentation entirely natural using proprietary yeast.
  • Reposado aged in American white oak for 4 months.
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