Produced by the revered Camarena family in the iconic distilling town of Arandas, Casco Viejo Tequila is an outstanding entry-level tequila. Blending tradition and modernism, the family operates the same estate grounds they?ve worked since the 1830s, while employing a patented production process called Zero D which integrates recycling into all aspects of the tequila-making process.
Casco Viejo is made entirely from Blue Weber agave grown in the Los Altos region of Jalisco; this highland plateau, around 7,000 above sea level, is widely regarded as one of the top agave producing environments in Mexico by virtue of its iron- and clay-rich red soil, hot days of sun exposure and cooling breezy nights. Production is vertically integrated, as the Camarena family owns 18 fields of agave. The agave is cooked in traditional brick furnaces, fermented in wooden vats and distilled twice in traditional copper pot stills.?
Gold Award Winner WSWA (2019) 21 Seeds Grapefruit Hibiscus Blanco Tequila is all-natural and actually infused with real fruit and botanicals. Our Grapefruit-Hibiscus is citrus-forward without being sugary. An easy to use tequila that smells like fresh grapefruits, enjoy it on the rocks, or in a lower calorie cocktail like 21Seeds +Soda or a low-calorie Paloma without sacrificing on taste.
As the sun and moon meet in the sky above the agave plantation, two stealthy jaguars (miztli) roam the fields in search of their elusive prey. During their silent hunts, Reposado (Dos) tequila rests in white oak barrels for six months before its timely release. This complex spirit reveals aromatic raw and cooked agave tempered by the warmth of oak aging with spicy notes of vanilla, anise and hint of citrus; a combination equally at home in cocktails and as a sipping tequila making it the most versatile of the 123 Organic Tequila styles.
On a morning when three brilliant roosters (tototl) greet the dawn with hopeful songs of renewal, mature agave plants at the hacienda are ready to be hand harvested and Organic Blanco tequila awakens from its eighteen months slumber in white oak barrels to be reborn as Anejo (Tres) Tequila. Just as the rooster has long been a symbol of virility and power in Mexican folklore, the complex aromatic bouquet and deep golden hue of Anejo (Tres) Tequila are signs of its superior quality and lengthy aging. Enjoy Anejo (Tres) tequila as you would any fine, aged spirit by savoring the mastery of its limited production and the mystery of its ancient legend.
This rich, aged tequila was originally created by Ravandi for his personal collection. In 2014 he released 1,000 bottles and, since then, it has become a limited, annual release of just 2,500 bottles. Diablito begins its journey in the iron-rich Tierra Roja soils of a pristine estate that we?ve designated solely for the allocated production of 123 Organic Extra A?ejo.Like intensely expressive wines that are grown at high elevations, the extreme growing conditions found on our estate in Jalisco's Amatitan region produce complex, exceptionally-flavored tequila that is ideally suited to lengthy aging. In the pursuit of perfection it's often said ?the devil is in the details,? a sentiment that captures the singular spirit of 123 Organic Extra A?ejo (Diablito). The Diablito on our label signifies our absolute passion for perfection and the devilishly good tequila you?ll discover in our bottles.
A crystal-clear a?ejo tequila with deceptive depth, presented in a stunning crystalline bottle. Since releasing the first a?ejo tequila on the market in 1800 A?ejo, 1800 continues to drive innovation with this beautiful contradiction of a spirit. 1800 Cristalino is aged in both American and French oak barrels for 16 months, after which the liquid is married together and finished in Port Wine casks for an additional 6 months. It is then meticulously filtered via a unique process that adds smoothness without sacrificing taste. The result is a spirit with all the complexity of an a?ejo tequila, and the silky smooth drinkability of a silver.
Voluptuous taste profile but soft and sweet, with notes of caramel, honey and vanilla. Medium wooden notes typical of Porto wood, with cooked agave notes remaining throughout the entire stay in the mouth.