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"If it's not your favorite, you haven't tried it" -George Strait
Long before the tequila had a name, country music legend George Strait has been drinking the private and nameless Anejo tequila for years. He even wrote a song about it. George Strait is offering this very limited edition bottle of his Codigo 1530 Anejo Tequila for his fans to enjoy.
Codigo 1530 Tequila ages in Award Winning French Oak Barrels. The George Strait Special Edition Anejo is aged for 18 months and has hints of fruit, with subtle hints of oak and vanilla and a touch of spice on the finish.
There is never a corner cut in Código 1530’s production. The sole purpose is to make the most selective tequila in the world using only perfect inputs and age old secret family processes. We use fully-matured Blue Weber Agave aged over 7 years. Each drop of Amatitán water we use is from freshwater pools and rainwater, filtered through the volcanic soil of Los Bajos. Our proprietary chopper allows us to extract only the best juice and pulp from the first press of agave to garner the purest flavor. Our fermentation process is highlighted by an organic yeast from a small family bakery in Amatitán.
We add no chemicals, flavoring or sugar to maintain the rich, natural flavor of Los Bajos agave. We use the finest Napa Cabernet French White Oak Barrels in our time-honored family aging process, embracing the clean elegance of wine making to produce a uniquely delicate finish.
• 100% Agave
• No additives, sweeteners, flavoring, coloring or chemicals
• Award Winning Tequila
• Single NOM Distillery
Refined, elegant and expressive – hints of fruit, mingled with oak, touches of vanilla and a bit of spice.
Our Añejo is a private recipe refined over many generations; aged for 18 months in the finest Napa Cabernet French White Oak barrels.
WARNING: Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects.
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