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This rich, aged tequila was originally created for Ravandi’s personal collection, and in 2014, he released 1,000 bottles. Since then, it has become a limited, annual release of only 2,500 bottles. Derived from higher-elevation agave and aged for 40 months in new French Limousin oak barrels, this “little devil” of a tequila boasts a rich, creamy body that greets the nose with vanilla and black pepper scents. Flavors of vanilla, spices, and roasted agave then settle in before a tart, citrusy, long-lasting finish hints at the tequila’s complexity and easy-drinking nature.
96 Points - Tasting Panel
Bottle Size: 750ml
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This product is only available for delivery in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Dakota, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.California Residents: for Proposition 65 WARNING
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NoseThe nose reveals deep vanilla notes, along with plenty of fresh black pepper.
PalateFlavors are textbook extra añejo, a seductive melange of deep vanilla, racy spices, and chewy agave all in harmony.
FinishThe body is rich and creamy, and the finish surprisingly long lasting, offering citrus-focused tartness and plenty of bite. Inviting and dangerously easy to drink.
“Devilish to the last drop.”
This sustainable, environmentally-friendly mindset extends to the packaging of 123 Organic Tequila Blanco (Uno), Reposado (Dos), Añejo (Tres), and Extra Añejo (Diablito); El Luchador Organic Tequila Blanco 110; and Cráneo Organic Mezcal, all of which are bottled in hand-blown recycled glass and labeled with soy ink-printed, recycled paper labels depicting the spirits’ Mexican heritage.