Curado takes its name from the pulque curado, another ancestral Mexican drink, which is characterized precisely by the infusion technique of cooked agave. And this is precisely the procedure that underlies this product: in a 100% Tequila from Altos de Jalisco, one of the best varieties, three types of agaves cooked following the technique of each region are infused in the distillery of La Alteña. provenance: the Blue Weber of Arandas, the Espadín of Oaxaca and the Cupreata of Michoacán. From the three different infusions of these agave decoctions, the same number of references are born, characterized by extremely different tasting notes, thanks to the organoleptic properties that each quality of agave brings.
A rich, deep gold in colour. The bouquet shows Agave, salt, lemon, pepper and almonds that match each other in intensity, each taking their turn to lead. Lemons and limes seem to come out on top with the support of vanilla notes. In the middle, we find marzipan, musk and tiger balm. The palate is balanced with cocoa beans, hyacinths, acacia honey and coriander naturally fit in with its lengthy notes of citrus fruit, salt, pepper and agave. The mid-palate has light notes of aniseed and menthol. It shows great freshness and maturity. Spices confidently impose a heady rhythm. A rhythm easily followed by the citrus fruit zest. The zest is followed by notes of agave and salt, coming in at the finish.