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Volcán De Mi Tierra Añejo Cristalino Tequila


100% Blue Weber Agave

Tequila well of lava is at the plain central core of our image

Volcán de mi Tierra is based on an array, choosing the plain best agave from two areas (marshes and good countries) in Jalisco, Guadalajara, to achieve a mind boggling and rich fluid

Volcán de mi Tierra Cristalino is a mix of añejo and additional añejo, matured in barrels from the old world.

With more than 25 long periods of experience, our Maestra de Tequila, Ana Maria Romero, is a standout amongst the most proclaimed and regarded in the business.


Based on a soul of business enterprise, Volcán de mi Tierra (Volcano of my land) pays respect to and is named after a genuine spring of gushing lava that sits in the marshes of Jalisco, Mexico, “Volcán de Tequila”. 200,000 years back the tequila fountain of liquid magma ejected, forming the land and geology of the Jalisco locale. That emission shrouded the region in rich volcanic soil, making the zone perfect for the development of blue agave. Volcán de mi Tierra is based on a collection, choosing the specific best agave from two locales (swamps and good countries) to achieve a perplexing and rich fluid. Our concentration and commitment to this land and its terroir is vital to our uniqueness.

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs






Tasting Notes

Profile: a combination of fragrances; tobacco, dried natural product, chocolate, vanilla and the cooked agave all meet up to frame the one of a kind and rich style that is demonstrative of Cristalino

Color: splendid, crystalline and straw-like feelings

Taste: the Cristalino’s great identity sparkles through with strong kinds of caramel, tobacco and dim chocolate, while completing with a luxurious lastingness in the mouth

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