Made from 100% blue agaves pulled from high volcanic slopes in Jalisco, the Tears of Llorona tequila is one of the most complex spirits in its category.
The drink uses select agaves, starch, sugar and pinas that are all roasted slowly to maintain traditional crafting. Distillation happens in a copper pot at a very specific gravity and is then aged in three different barrels -- oak that used to hold scotch, sherry and brandy. The small-batch tequila brings forward a unique fusion flavor for a one-of-a-kind product that was made to be consumed straight as opposed to mixed into a cocktail.
The Tears of Llorona tequila is blended and bottled in a stylish one-litre glass swing-top bottle for a traditional yet modern appearance.