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Astral Blanco Tequila
Astral

Astral Blanco Tequila

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$47.00

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Astral Tequila is made with 100% blue Weber agave, nourished by the sun and stars. 

Our unique recipe includes the use of a tahona (an ancient milling process), and agave fibers (bagazo) during fermentation; this traditional, time-intensive process uses more of the agave plant resulting in an agave-forward tequila. After distillation, the agave fibers are up cycled into adobe bricks which will be used to build homes for the local community. Astral brightens any cocktail with bursts of citrus and notes of agave.

Bottle Size: 750ml

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

  • Palate

    Complex yet smooth with notes of crisp citrus, clover honey, and bright white pepper with hints of agave and an abundance of tropical fruit.

Illuminate your taste buds with a classic margarita crafted with Astral Blanco Tequila, fresh lime juice, agave nectar, topped with club soda.


Origins

Astral Tequila is made with 100% blue agave, nurtured by the sun and the stars. Astral is crafted in Amatitán, Jalisco, Mexico and produced with respect for time-honored traditions. Our unique recipe includes the use of a tahona (an ancient milling process), and agave fibers (bagazo) during fermentation; this time-intensive process uses more of the agave plant resulting in a bright, agave-forward tequila.