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Established in 1795, José Antonio de Cuervo was one of the first commercial producers of Tequila in Mexico. This Añejo Extra Aged Tequila is presented in a reproduction of the original bottle from 1795. The slanted neck of each short amber bottle is individually skewed and wrapped with a replica of the land grant given to Cuervo by the King of Spain in 1758. A red wax seal crowns the presentation and the oak and cork stopper draped around the neck will provide easy access while this luxurious bottling is being enjoyed. The Tequila is aged for at least one year in American oak casks to create a smooth, well-rounded liquid with subtle whiskey flavours. The smooth, mellow taste makes it perfect for sipping straight, on the rocks or as the ultimate Cuervo shot!
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