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Cazadores Tequila Anejo

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Cazadores Tequila Anejo 750ml

Cazadores Tequila Anejo

Cazadores Anejo Tequila - The authentic, smooth, 100% Blue Agave flavor comes from at least one year of aging in new, small, American white oak barrels. Best enjoyed as a sipping tequila. Tequila Cazadores, Spanish for "hunters", symbolizes Señor Jose Maria's constant pursuit to create the world's finest premium Tequila.

The story of Cazadores starts with Jose Maria Bañuelos, who created the recipe in 1922 and kept it in the family for three generations like all famly secrets deserve. It wasn't until his grandson Don Felix perfected the recipe and opened up a factory in 1973 that the special recipe was released to the public. He named the blend Cazadores, "hunters," in honor of his grandfather to signify a man hunting down his dream, and marked it with the symbol of a deer, the favorite animal of his grandfather, which he often watched at night mingling with the gorgeous blue agave plants in the field.

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Tequila Cazadores Cazadores Tequila Anejo
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Cazadores Anejo Tequila - The authentic, smooth, 100% Blue Agave flavor comes from at least one year of aging in new, small, American white oak barrels. Best enjoyed as a sipping tequila. Tequila Cazadores, Spanish for "hunters", symbolizes Señor Jose Maria's constant pursuit to create the world's finest premium Tequila.
 

Notes on the Cazadores Tequila Anejo 750ML

Technical Notes The story of Cazadores starts with Jose Maria Bañuelos, who created the recipe in 1922 and kept it in the family for three generations like all famly secrets deserve. It wasn't until his grandson Don Felix perfected the recipe and opened up a factory in 1973 that the special recipe was released to the public. He named the blend Cazadores, "hunters," in honor of his grandfather to signify a man hunting down his dream, and marked it with the symbol of a deer, the favorite animal of his grandfather, which he often watched at night mingling with the gorgeous blue agave plants in the field.