ArteNOM Seleccion 1123 Cascahuin Blanco
The renowned Rosales family produces ArteNOM Blanco Hístorico 1123 in El Arenal, Jalisco at their Destilería Cascahuín. This selección is barrel conditioned for 21-28 days, as high-end blanco tequilas from the Tequila Valley were sometimes prepared in the early 1900s. The barreling is done in used brandy casks that previously held Mezcal Don Amado Reposado in Oaxaca.
Color: straw, autumn meadow
Nose: roasted pineapple, warm butter, baking spices, smoked pepper, cider
Palate: viscous hot cinnamon, black pepper, sweet potato, vanilla, licorice, almond, hardwood smoke
Master Distiller: Salvador Rosales Torres
Altitude: 4,199' / 1,280 m
Brix: 24° from Tequilana Weber Agave grown at 4,200’ in municipio of El Arenal, Jalisco
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This blanco brings a mezcal sweet, savory, and smokiness to cooked agaves that are already full of nuanced flavors. Every element in this tequila is special. A MUST buy for any tequila lover.