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    Tequila Ocho Latilla Anejo Tequila 2015

      750ML / 40% ABV
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      750ML / 40% ABV

      Distiller Notes

      On the nose, this anejo tequila offers aromas of pineapple, old wood, compost, anise, cinnamon, deep red berry fruit, acetone raciness and burnt caramel. On the palate, it shows notes of strewed red stone fruit, black pepper, earth, menthol, vanilla, coffee and cacao.

      Proof: 80

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      Tequila Ocho

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      Tequila Ocho, Mexico
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      The Tequila Ocho story begins with the Camarena family, who started making tequila in 1937 and are now in their third generation as tequila producers. This family is one of the few that still make tequila in the slow, artisanal way. With the Camarenas nothing is rushed or hurried during the whole process, from the growth of the agave to the final distillation.

      All tequila made by the Camarena family is produced exclusively from agave from their own fields, a fact that few other producers can claim. Because the production is small-batch and carefully done, the heart and passion of the Camarenas’ Mexican soul is in each drop of their tequila. The family have only ever made 100% agave tequila.

      Tequila Ocho is a joint partnership between the Camarenas and Tomas Estes. Estes has been selling and promoting tequila in his Mexican bars and restaurants since 1976, and has gained recognition and respect throughout the worldwide bar and spirits community for his work promoting tequila, agave spirits and Mexican culture in Europe. He can often be found as a guest speaker, talking about the taste profiles and production processes of hand-crafted tequilas to educational groups and connoisseurs. Ocho is a meeting of the passion, experience, and knowledge between Estes and the Camarena family, resulting in the finest tequila possible.


      Why "Ocho"? (that's eight in English)

      • This tequila is made from the eighth sample created by the Camarenas for Tomas Estes.
      • It takes an average of eight years for the agaves to ripen before being harvested.
      • It takes about eight kilograms of agave to make one liter of Ocho tequila – very high versus industry average.
      • It takes eight days from when the agaves reach the patio at the distillery until it becomes blanco (unaged) tequila.
      • Carlos Camarena has eight brothers and sisters.
      • The Camarenas are in their eighth decade of producing tequila.
      • Ocho Reposado is aged for 8 weeks and 8 days.
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      Tequila Anejo

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      Because of their great complexity, Anejo Tequilas are most often used as a substitute for Brandy or Whiskey in cocktails like the Manhattan or Old Fashioned. Anejo Tequilas must be aged in oak barrels for between one and three years, while Extra Anejo refers to any Tequila aged longer than three years. The prolonged contact with the oak barrel allows the wood to make a much stronger impression on the Tequila by adding toffee, caramel and vanilla to the sweet, spicy agave flavor profile.

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      PRG100131_2015 Item# 530773