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El Perdido Tequila Reposado

El Perdido Tequila Reposado

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El Perdido Tequila Reposado is a product born from a childhood passion as well as his passion for Mexico's rich culture and traditions. El Perdido is produced in the Los Altos region of Jalisco a region 6,000 plus feet above sea level.

There is a saying here “Dónde el agave besa el cielo” (Where the agave kisses the heavens). The strictest and highest of standards at El Perdido's distillery insure the consumer of purchasing a top self Tequila. Felipe, an endorsed speaker by the CRT as well as President of la Academia Mexicana del Tequila, USA helps the tequila aficionado and consumer better understand the laws and production process of crafting a fine tequila in Mexico.

"Tequila" a treasure from Mexico to the world.

The name of this tequila was changed in early 2008 to El Perdido Tequila from El Duende de Don Felipe.

Specifications

  • NOM: 1460
  • Distillery: Compañia Tequilera de Arandas, S.A. de C.V.
  • Region: Highlands - Los Altos
  • Distillation Steps: Double
  • Barrel/Cask: White Oak
  • Alc. Vol: 40%

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