Small Batch Private Stock, Never Meant to be Sold
Requiring a careful combination of patience, care, and love, the process of creating Tears of Llorona starts with 100% pure Weber Agave Azul grown in the volcanic slopes of the Mexican highlands, where agaves grow slowly and naturally to achieve a higher starch content. Master Tequilero Germán González Gorrochotegui personally inspects each plant before harvesting and then slow-roasts the piñas the traditional way before fermenting using a proprietary yeast. The fermented mosto, or must, is then distilled twice in traditional copper pot stills and aged in three distinct types of oak barrels— Scotch, Sherry Oak, and Brandy — for five years, which is two years longer than most traditional extra añejos.
This is bottled at 43% ABV / 86 Proof.