Colour / Appearance
Soft amber glow.
Smell / Nose
Hints of pear, straw, prickly pears, vanilla and citrus peel with some nuanced scent with barrel character.
Taste / Palate
Slightly spicy, mellow agave. It develops spice, caramel and cinnamon.
A fine balanced long finish that bears the elegance of different scents and tastes in just the right ratio.
Agave, Sweet, Vanilla, Caramel, Fruit, Oak, Mint, Floral, Pepper.
Frida Kahlo “I drank because I wanted to drown my sorrows, but now the damned things have learned to swim.”
Was a Mexican Artist who is best known for her self portraits. Mexican and Amerindian culture are important in her work. Even if she was labeled as a surrealist she believed that her work reflected her reality and not her dreams. She suffered lifelong health problems that isolated her from other people but this greatly influenced her works. She had an unsettled marriage with also famous Mexican painter Diego Rivera. All in all, she lived a vibrant life and her artwork was recognized only after her death. Tequila was supposedly her weapon of choice when it came to fiery distillates.