El Jimador Reposado Tequila, 70 cl
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One Aged in oak than in Port barrels  and another partially aged in Cognac barrels as well as traditional oak. Każda jej kropla została wymyślona i stworzona w legendarnej destylarnii Casa Herradura w Amatitan, w meksykańskim stanie Jalisco.
Smells like a lighter anejo - albeit there's no wood, but plenty of cooked agave, a hint of fruit and sweetness hidden behind the kick. Started north of town in 2012, it is family-owned restaurant that has been serving Mexican-style food. el Jimador Tequila is crafted using 100% blue agave and fermented naturally with wild yeast produced by the fruit trees and agave plants surrounding the distillery.
The bitterness is gone, which is good, but so are the herbal and citrus flavors, with the exception of a teeny tiny hint of the herbal aspect on the finish. In the 1920s the Cristero War broke out, with both Aurelio and his sister María de Jesus as sympathizers. In the 1990s, there was conflict over sales of shares in the company by some members of the family as well as agave growing land.
The plants are then crushed to release the fluid, and that fluid is fermented to convert the sugar into alcohol.Kontynuując korzystanie z naszej Witryny bez zmiany prywatności ustawienia, wyrażasz zgodę na przechowywanie plików cookies w Twojej przeglądarce.
There isn’t a whole lot of saturation on the components, but you can definitely taste the herbal elements and a little bit of lemon citrus in there. During this, Aurelio provided financial and material support to the Catholics and, in response, the distillery was raided and he was forced with his family into exile, leaving his cousin Don David in charge of the facility. It is in this craft passed down among generations that we find our inspiration, el Jimador, the skilled harvester of the agave plant.In 2011, the company began the "Arte en Barricas" (Art in Barrels) competition, inviting artists to use tequila barrels to create artwork. For its 142nd anniversary in 2012, the company invited 142 artists, forty-four of them well-known, such as José Luis Cuevas and Sebastián.