Strength: 40% ABV (80 proof). Region: Mexico> Jalisco> Highlands> Los Altos. Notes: 4-6 months in new American oak, 4,620ft ASL, Tohana Stone, NOM1146.
Description: Cimarrón Reposado Tequila is produced at Tequileña Distillery (NOM 1146) by Master Distiller Enrique Fonseca using 100% estate-grown Blue Weber agave. It's a blend of 80% tequila distilled from a double column-still and 20% tequila distilled from pot-stills. This rested tequila is bottled after aging 4 to 6 months in American white oak.
TEQUILA DEFINITION: A distillate made only with the Blue Weber agave plant, a succulent (but not a cactus!) Must be made in one of these five states of Mexico: Jalisco and parts of Guanajuanto, Tamaulipas, Michoacan and Nayarit.
Silver/Blanco: generally unaged.
Reposado: Meaning “rested,” aged in wood barrels for 2 months to under a year.
Anejo: Aged in wood barrels between 1 and 3 years.