In 1795, the King of Spain granted José Antonio de Cuervo the first concession ever to produce Tequila commercially. This singular event marked the birth of Tequila. Jose Cuervo has been a family company for ten generations. The recipe and process has been passed down and upheld by a family of entrepreneurs, inventors, and risk-takers. It is no wonder why Jose Cuervo is the most awarded family of Tequila in history. The Cuervo® distillery, La Rojeña, is still found on the same land. It is the oldest active spirits distillery in Latin America, located a few steps from the main square of the town of Tequila in Jalisco, Mexico.
Cuervo Black Medallion is a new Anejo tequila from Jose Cuervo. Aging for twelve months in charred American Oak barrels gives the tequila an extra smooth feel and taste.
|Brand||JOSE CUERVO BLACK MEDALLION|
|Region Produced in||Jalisco|
|Cask||American ex-Bourbon casks|
|Tasting Notes||Color: Deep Amber Hue|
Aroma: Toasted oak, cinnamon, red apple, cocoa, coffee
Flavor: Sweet, toasted oak, subtle agave notes
Finish: Warm and smooth
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Country Produced in||Mexico|
|1 Liter Proportion EUR||22,50|