Clase Azul Tequila Anejo
Clase Azul Añejo
, also known as “Edición Indígena-Mazahua” (Mazahua Edition) due to the bottle design’s homage to the culture, is an ultra-premium añejo tequila in Tequilana Weber Blue Agave.
Its intense amber color and layered aromas are the result of long aging.
Tequila Clase Azul Añejo is proof that the best things in life take time. Its taste and decanter are a tribute to the indigenous Mazahua culture. Its deep amber color and complex aromatic range are the result of a magnificent 25-month journey in bourbon barrels.
Clase Azul Añejo combines art, history, and the highest quality tequila thus honoring Mexican culture.
COLOR: Amber with copper highlights.
BODY: Excellent body
AROMA: Toffee, cinnamon, clove, roasted hazelnut, vanilla, orange marmalade, quince and toasted oak.
TASTE: Nutmeg, clove, orange marmalade and toasted oak finishing with a silky feel.
Pairing: Pork or duck paired with fruit reductions, earthy/cremose cheeses and delicious chocolate desserts.
The decanter: its outward beauty tells the story of its roots. At the bottom, spirals superimposed on raw clay symbolize the fertility of the earth. The thin blue line is representative of the water that gives life to the agave. In the center, the piña symbolizes the heart and soul of tequila. On the back, the 4-petaled flower is the traditional Mazahua representation of the Sun and its fullness at the center of space and time. Finally, a distinctive 24K gold-plated feathered design from the Clase Azul family.