Tequila El Jimador Blanco
- 100% blue agave white tequila.
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- While many legends exist surrounding the origin of tequila, what isn't left to myth is that Casa Herradura was created in 1870. Casa Herradura is the original distillery where el Jimador Tequila is produced in Amatitán, Jalisco, México. The name Herradura came from Aurelio Lopez Rosales, a young man who grew up working at Hacienda San Jose del Refugio (which would later become Casa Herradura) where the tequila made there helped provide for the people. According to locals, one day Aurelio was out inspecting the agave fields when he saw the glint of gold on the dusty ground in the distance. When he picked up the gleaming object, he found that it was simply a horseshoe that had caught the sunlight at the perfect angle. It may not have been gold, but the horseshoe is a symbol of luck. And Spanish for 'horseshoe' is Herradura. So, as the story goes, the distillery was justly named Casa Herradura. And thankfully in 1994, Casa Herradura created a tequila inspired by the people who live and work at the hacienda. That tequila was named el Jimador. Its wide appeal made it the number one selling tequila in México just five years after the first bottle was produced.
As natural as tequila can get, el Jimador Blanco, which means 'white' in Spanish, is a remarkably crystal clear tequila that is bottled immediately after distillation. But dont let that clarity fool you, this tequilas unique taste comes straight from the 100% blue agave it's made from. A crisp, authentic tequila with subtle cooked agave taste and hints of citrusy sweetness that make it the exceptional choice for great tequila cocktails.
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