Named in commemoration of the year in which the first expertly aged Tequila was unveiled, 1800 still follows the standards of the original formula, created in 1800: Eight-year-old agaves and superior french and American oak wooden barrels selected by the 1800 Maestro Tequilero (Master Tequila Blender) are used. It’s a painstaking process – but one that yields a super-premium product.
Color: Honey-brown amber.
Aroma: Butterscotch, vanilla and toasted coconut; peppery notes with cinnamon and candied fruit...
Flavor: Exceptionally smooth, rounded, soft agave taste – first sweet, then dry, with a long complex finish.
Finish: Well rounded, evolving finish with velvet nuance.
Age: Rested 6 months in large American and French oak barrels.
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