Double Gold Medal 2007 Sanfrancisco World Spirits : Patience is the secret ingredient of our acclaimed Anejo. Aged for a full two years in French White Oak barrels. The complex aromas of dried fruits and spice complement flavors of toasted oak. Butterscotch, Vanilla and Sweet cooked agave.
Gold Medal 2007 Beverage Testing Institue :Matured in French White Oak barrels for two years, exceptional bouquet and body that ranks among the finest distilled spirits in the world. Fermentation process is 100% natural, allowing the tequila to be influenced by the character of the agave, fruit trees, and other plants.
When our founder and maestro Tequilero. Jose 'Pepe' hermosillo began his quest to craft the world's finest tequila. He did so by honoring proven traditions passed down by 7 generations of celebrated tequila makers. Casa Noble was born of this noble pursuit. At Casa Noble, we belive in doing things the right way or not at all. Each bottle of Casa Noble tequila is crafted with passion, conviction, and integrity. We nurture and harvest our 100% Blue Agave from the rich, volcanic soil outside Tequila, Jalisco. While others only double distill. We Triple distill - always going a step beyond. the result - a superior Blue Agave tequila that delivers a lush taste and smooth finish.
The ways and customs of a country's population, regardless of it's geographic location, have a strong relation to their foods and drinks. Meal preparation and presentation, and its time to share them, have played a relevant role in how most cultures become known through out history and around the world. This is owed to the customs, traditions and sentiments found in the rituals that surround eating and drinking. A perfect example of all of this can be found in this one word: Tequila. Tequila is one of Mexico's most significant contributions to the world. This beverage means so much to our culture, because many of our people's highly regarded values - tradition, perfection, pureness, togetherness, sharing - these same elements were the building blocks in the late 1800s from which Casa Noble began its own quest to produce and offer tequila to the world.