A Tequila that Deserves a Snifter

A Tequila that Deserves a Snifter    Robb Report

It takes just one look at the dramatic, Mesoamerican-inspired pyramid-shaped golden presentation case that houses the tapered decanter of Corralejo 1821 Extra Añejo ($130) to realize this is no ordinary tequila.

Corralejo 1821 Extra Añejo Tequila

Corralejo 1821 is made from fully matured 100 percent Blue Weber agaves that have been slowly roasted in stone ovens for 27 hours, and then rested for 12 hours before being double distilled in copper pot stills that employ the same 400-year-old Charentais method of distillation used in France to make the finest Cognacs…

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