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Tequila Corcel is dedicated to the preservation of tequila, dedicated to the preservation of traditional and quality practices, from Jalisco region within the Designation of Origin.

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You can buy directly ONLINE from the website


Tequilas

Tequila
Blanco

Color and Body:

Platinum translucent, medium body with thick tears of medium retention.

Nose:

Corcel Blanco is a candid Tequila with herbaceous and fruity character that sprout cherry syrup, red plums, blueberry and dehydrated fruits, is complemented by botanical nuances such as liquorice and lemongrass, subtly citrus notes appear, such as lemon and lime peel; it’s fresh and mellow profile is attractive and elegant to the nose.

Taste:

Of semi-dry profile with honeyed and herbaceous impact, with pleasant astringency on the sides and end of the tongue, cherry syrup a hint of lemongrass evolves with a slight warm finish at par with nuances of agave nectar and a hint of spearmint.

Aftertaste: Agave, cooolness of spearmint and cherry syrup.
Ideal Serving Temperature: 62 °F.
Suggested Glass: Short Tumbler.
Suggested Tasting: Drink straight or in a cocktail.
Pairing: Nuts and dried fruits, fresh Sea Food and Salads.Signature drink: Prickly pear Margarita.

Data sheet

Class: Blanco
Agave:
Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging:
No aging.
Category:
100% Agave.
Distillation:
Triple.
Region:
Guadalajara.
Capacity:
750 ml.
Alc Vol:
40% (80% Proof).
NOM:
1173 CRT.
Distillery:
Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin:
México.

Tequila
Reposado

Color and Body:

Golden straw with greenish flashes,
medium body with medium tears of good retention.

Nose:

Hazelnuts and honeyed notes prevail in the palette of
aromas, as marked nuances of vanilla pods, butterscotch,
with subtle notes of cinnamon, followed by notes like cooked
agave and fresh chamomile.

Taste:

Sweet / spicy impact balanced by notes of toffee,
cinnamon and nutmeg, creamy and astringent sensation
appears as whipped cream at the end of the palate, nuances
of wood, agave nectar and walnuts finish the palette of
flavors.

Aftertaste: Toffee, butterscotch, walnuts and cinnamon.
Ideal Serving Temperature: 62 °F.
Suggested Glass: Flute Cup.
Suggested Tasting: on the rocks with orange twist.
Pairing: Pasta Alfredo with walnuts and prosciutto, Spicy
Orange Chicken Grill.

Data sheet.

Class: Reposado
Agave: Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging: 6 Months (American Oak Barrels)
Category: 100% Agave.
Distillation: Double.
Region: Guadalajara.
Capacity: 750 ml.
Alc Vol: 40% (80% Proof).
NOM: 1173 CRT.
Distillery: Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin: México.

Tequila
Añejo

Color and Body:

Bright gold, medium body with medium
tears of notorious retention.

Nose:

Woody and spicy notes sprout, chamomile, nutmeg
and ginger, subtly there are honeyed nuances such as
red apple, vanilla pudding, and agave syrup.

Taste:

Woody profile, honeyed and slightly astringent, sweet
and toasted impact with notes of red apple compote,
cinnamon, honey, almonds and nutmeg, evolves with
nuances of agave syrup and smooth character.

Aftertaste: Agave syrup, toffee and nutmeg.
Ideal Serving Temperature: 66 °F.
Suggested Glass: Flute cup / Glencairn glass.
Suggested tasting: On the rocks with orange twist / Straight.
Pairing: Apple Pie with ice cream on top, Tapas with Brie
cheese and Serrano ham / Proscuitto and Sausages.

Data sheet.

Class: Añejo
Agave: Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging: 16 Months (American Oak Barrels)
Category: 100% Agave.
Distillation: Double.
Region: Guadalajara.
Capacity: 750 ml.
Alc Vol: 40% (80% Proof).
NOM: 1173 CRT.
Distillery: Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin: México.

Tequila
Extra Añejo

Color and Body:

Rich amber color with coppery
flashes, great body with thin tears of great retention.

Nose:

Milky character with syrupy and spicy notes; Oak and
dried fruits, toasted cocoa and ripe red apple, spoors like
compote of quince and pears in syrup, nuances of nuts as
macadamia, almonds and walnuts; Spicy aromas of nutmeg
and cinnamon remain discreet but persistent.

Taste:

Sweet and spicy impact that opens nose and palate,
semi-dry profile with nuances of nuts, cinnamon, walnut
with light Oak, complemented by honeyed notes of cooked
agave, toasted cocoa, vanilla and compote of red apple, dried
fruits like apricot and plum.

Aftertaste: Cooked Agave, toasted cocoa and light oak.
Serving Temperature: 66 °F.
Recommended glass: Glencairn glass / Flute cup.
Suggested tasting: Drink straight.
Pairing: Nuts and dried fruits, brownie and vanilla ice cream,
Sweet profile cigars.

Data sheet.

Class: Extra Añejo
Agave: Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging: 36 Months (American Oak Barrels)
Category: 100% Agave.
Distillation: Double.
Region: Guadalajara.
Capacity: 750 ml.
Alc Vol: 40% (80% Proof).
NOM: 1173 CRT.
Distillery: Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin: México.


Tequilas

Tequila
Blanco

Color and Body:

Platinum translucent, medium body with thick tears of medium retention.

Nose:

Corcel Blanco is a candid Tequila with herbaceous and fruity character that sprout cherry syrup, red plums, blueberry and dehydrated fruits, is complemented by botanical nuances such as liquorice and lemongrass, subtly citrus notes appear, such as lemon and lime peel; it’s fresh and mellow profile is attractive and elegant to the nose.

Taste:

Of semi-dry profile with honeyed and herbaceous impact, with pleasant astringency on the sides and end of the tongue, cherry syrup a hint of lemongrass evolves with a slight warm finish at par with nuances of agave nectar and a hint of spearmint.

Aftertaste: Agave, cooolness of spearmint and cherry syrup.
Ideal Serving Temperature: 62 °F.
Suggested Glass: Short Tumbler.
Suggested Tasting: Drink straight or in a cocktail.
Pairing: Nuts and dried fruits, fresh Sea Food and Salads.Signature drink: Prickly pear Margarita.

Data sheet

Class: Blanco
Agave:
Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging:
No aging.
Category:
100% Agave.
Distillation:
Triple.
Region:
Guadalajara.
Capacity:
750 ml.
Alc Vol:
40% (80% Proof).
NOM:
1173 CRT.
Distillery:
Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin:
México.

Tequila
Reposado

Color and Body:

Golden straw with greenish flashes,
medium body with medium tears of good retention.

Nose:

Hazelnuts and honeyed notes prevail in the palette of
aromas, as marked nuances of vanilla pods, butterscotch,
with subtle notes of cinnamon, followed by notes like cooked
agave and fresh chamomile.

Taste:

Sweet / spicy impact balanced by notes of toffee,
cinnamon and nutmeg, creamy and astringent sensation
appears as whipped cream at the end of the palate, nuances
of wood, agave nectar and walnuts finish the palette of
flavors.

Aftertaste: Toffee, butterscotch, walnuts and cinnamon.
Ideal Serving Temperature: 62 °F.
Suggested Glass: Flute Cup.
Suggested Tasting: on the rocks with orange twist.
Pairing: Pasta Alfredo with walnuts and prosciutto, Spicy
Orange Chicken Grill.

Data sheet.

Class: Reposado
Agave: Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging: 6 Months (American Oak Barrels)
Category: 100% Agave.
Distillation: Double.
Region: Guadalajara.
Capacity: 750 ml.
Alc Vol: 40% (80% Proof).
NOM: 1173 CRT.
Distillery: Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin: México.

Tequila
Añejo

Color and Body:

Bright gold, medium body with medium
tears of notorious retention.

Nose:

Woody and spicy notes sprout, chamomile, nutmeg
and ginger, subtly there are honeyed nuances such as
red apple, vanilla pudding, and agave syrup.

Taste:

Woody profile, honeyed and slightly astringent, sweet
and toasted impact with notes of red apple compote,
cinnamon, honey, almonds and nutmeg, evolves with
nuances of agave syrup and smooth character.

Aftertaste: Agave syrup, toffee and nutmeg.
Ideal Serving Temperature: 66 °F.
Suggested Glass: Flute cup / Glencairn glass.
Suggested tasting: On the rocks with orange twist / Straight.
Pairing: Apple Pie with ice cream on top, Tapas with Brie
cheese and Serrano ham / Proscuitto and Sausages.

Data sheet.

Class: Añejo
Agave: Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging: 16 Months (American Oak Barrels)
Category: 100% Agave.
Distillation: Double.
Region: Guadalajara.
Capacity: 750 ml.
Alc Vol: 40% (80% Proof).
NOM: 1173 CRT.
Distillery: Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin: México.

Tequila
Extra Añejo

Color and Body:

Rich amber color with coppery
flashes, great body with thin tears of great retention.

Nose:

Milky character with syrupy and spicy notes; Oak and
dried fruits, toasted cocoa and ripe red apple, spoors like
compote of quince and pears in syrup, nuances of nuts as
macadamia, almonds and walnuts; Spicy aromas of nutmeg
and cinnamon remain discreet but persistent.

Taste:

Sweet and spicy impact that opens nose and palate,
semi-dry profile with nuances of nuts, cinnamon, walnut
with light Oak, complemented by honeyed notes of cooked
agave, toasted cocoa, vanilla and compote of red apple, dried
fruits like apricot and plum.

Aftertaste: Cooked Agave, toasted cocoa and light oak.
Serving Temperature: 66 °F.
Recommended glass: Glencairn glass / Flute cup.
Suggested tasting: Drink straight.
Pairing: Nuts and dried fruits, brownie and vanilla ice cream,
Sweet profile cigars.

Data sheet.

Class: Extra Añejo
Agave: Blue Tequilana Weber (7 year old)
Aging: 36 Months (American Oak Barrels)
Category: 100% Agave.
Distillation: Double.
Region: Guadalajara.
Capacity: 750 ml.
Alc Vol: 40% (80% Proof).
NOM: 1173 CRT.
Distillery: Destilería Santa Lucía
Origin: México.

ELEGANCE

A classy, sophisticated, and elegant steed, yet strong and uncompromising.

STRENGTHS

Smoothness, neatness, floral, aromatic tones, taming the wildness of agave..

AGAVE

Crafting the finest qualities of the agave to be shared with the world.
Tequila Corcel, we are an experience.