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Don Modesto Tequila Blanco

Don Modesto Tequila Blanco

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Don Modesto Tequila Blanco is a clear, unaged tequila that is normally bottled right after being distilled. When the clear white tequila drips from the cooling coils of the alambique, it is correctly called silver or plata, but is more commonly called white or blanco. Most platas pass directly to the bottling plant, however, some producers allow the tequila to settle and finish for a few weeks in the tanks before bottling.

Don Modesto ultra premium tequilas have created the full package from start to finish. Creating 3 Organic tequilas so pure and full of agave flavor that it has elevated the concept of tequila to new levels.


  • NOM: 1531
  • Distillery: Rivesca, S.A. de C.V.
  • Region: Lowlands - Central
  • Distillation Steps: Double
  • Alc. Vol: 40%


  • Bronze Medal - Spirits of Mexico 2011
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