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Clase Azul Tequila Día de Muertos Edición Limitada Aromas


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During Día de Muertos, a sea of unmistakable aromas fills the streets and homes in Mexican towns and cities. Ofrendas are adorned with copal, exquisite dishes and cempasúchil flowers, meanwhile, local markets overflow with fruits, spices and sweets that give off fragrances that fill the air and awaken the senses.

The result is an enveloping atmosphere that leaves an indelible mark on one’s memory; an aromatic landscape that any one of us could recognize with our eyes closed.

In this third installment of our five-year journey of portraying the most exquisite aspects of Día de Muertos, we are proud to present Clase Azul Tequila Día de Muertos Edición Limitada Aromas, a tribute to aromas and the memories they evoke.


For this limited edition, our Master Distiller Viridiana Tinoco created an aromatic añejo tequila that was aged for 25 months in American whiskey casks and finished in Armagnac casks.


Color: Amber with copper highlights

Body: Full body

Aroma: Peach, pear, raisin, candied walnut, toasted wood, and clove

Palate: Peach, walnut, clove, and cacao with a long and sumptuous finish of cacao and cinnamon


The decoration of this decanter expresses the importance of the cempasúchil flower during the celebration of Día de Muertos and seeks to evoke its enchanting aroma.

A deep marigold glaze covers the decanter, darkening in color as it reaches the base. On the back of the piece, a dreamlike illustration depicts a fantastic scene in which a cast of folkloric characters accompanied by xoloitzcuintles (Mexican hairless dogs) participate in a harvest of cempasúchil flowers of miraculous proportions.


The front of the decanter is adorned with an ornament bathed in 24-karat gold with a fine patina finish featuring bas-relief representations of the legends related to Día de Muertos and an arrangement of encapsulated cempasúchil petals.

The intricate piece was made by hand by artisans from Tesistán, a community in the state of Jalisco, over the course of two weeks.