Gran Centenario has introduced the U.S. launch of Gran Centenario Cristalino.
Produced utilizing the model’s “Selección Suave” course of, wherein newly rested tequilas are blended with aged reserves, Gran Centenario Cristalino makes use of añejo and additional añejo tequilas matured in American oak barrels.
A primary for the model, the blended aged tequila is then completed in Calvados casks for a number of months, earlier than being filtered by way of a course of with Mexican silver, remodeling the aged tequila right into a crystal-clear liquid.
The ensuing spirit has the smoothness and depth of an aged tequila, with hints of contemporary apple and oak coming from the Calvados cask end, the corporate says.
“It’s an thrilling time for the tequila class within the U.S., with new and present tequila fanatics more and more looking for out extra premium merchandise with completely different parts in ending and ageing,” says Alex Coronado, Head of Manufacturing and Grasp Distiller at Gran Centenario Tequila. “Producing an unparalleled style to another tequila on the market, the result’s a transparent tequila, wealthy in notes of candy agave, toffee, contemporary apple and oak.”
All expressions of Gran Centenario (Plata, Reposado, Añejo, Leyenda and now Cristalino) are produced with 100% Blue Weber Agaves at Ex-Hacienda Los Camichines within the highlands of Jalisco.
Gran Centenario Cristalino is offered for buy nationwide for a recommended retail value of $79.99 per 750-ml. bottle.
Gran Centenario was based in 1857 by Lazaro Gallardo.