Rich in both history and bold earthy flavours, Blanco is the primary of all Tequilas.
Used in rituals as far back as 2000 years, Tequila has continually evolved, and recently transcended a quality that few of us would have dreamed just a few decades ago. The town of Tequila was established in 1656 in the Mexican city of Jalisco, and not long after Jose Cuervo was the first to commercialise the product.
From Pulque to Mezcal, Mixto to 100% agave, the Mexican’s know how to produce a spirit unlike any other. In 1978 the CRT (Tequila Regulatory Council) formed, protecting Tequila by a law of it’s own, and declaring where, how and what could carry the name Tequila. One such category is Blanco, a clear spirit, rested no more than 60 days in stainless steel tanks to produce the rawest taste of agave that is distinctly, Tequila.