Only the finest organic blue agave is used in the making of their famous reposado, while wild cenizo agave is gathered for the mezcal. Aged at least six to eight years before harvest, the agaves are cooked in old masonry ovens, where they reveal their core sweetness and aromatic complexity, before long slow fermentation and masterful distillation produce the base spirit. The final stage before bottling is barrel-ageing, which occurs in a variety of used wood vessels, from bourbon casks to wine barrels. You’ll find these truly unique products in our online shop.
- Each bottle of Clase Azul is not only hand painted, but also hand crafted by expert potters from Santa María Canchesdá. The bottles are made from clay or glass and, because of their unique methods behind designing their product, no two bottles are ever entirely the same.
- Most bottles of Clase Azul are 75ml and yield between 16 - 20 shots.
- Bottles of Clase Azul range from between £104 all the way up to £2,249.99 for the Clase Azul Ultra Premium Tequila, 75 Cl.