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The Tequila Enthusiast TASTR Box

$125.00 CAD
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This TASTR Box is perfect for a seasoned Tequila drinker who is looking to expand their experience with some interesting bottles.  Learn about one of Mexico's greatest contributions to the world - Tequila!  From it's rich history to artisanal production, you'll sample Tequilas and Mezcals that will change the way you looked at this spirit.  The bottles showcased in this Tastr Box include:  Casamigos (Blanco), Maestro Dobel Diamante (Extra-Añejo, Añejo and Reposado Blend), Cenote (Añejo), Jose Cuervo Familia De La Reserva (Extra-Añejo), Leyendas (Mezcal).

Inside This Tastr Box You’ll Find:

  • 5 - 50ml Glass Tequila Bottles
  • 1 - Glass Water Eyedropper
  • 1 – Authentic Glencairn Tasting Glass
  • 1 – Camino 71% Bittersweet Dark Chocolate Bar (100g)
  • 1 – Package of Cookie It Up Butterscotch Chip Shortbread Cookies (140g)
  • 1 – Bag of Spudnik’s Kettle Chips (50g)
  • 1 – Bag of Martin’s Apple Chips (22g)
  • 1 – Bag of Lemon Merengue Caramel Corn (120g)
  • 1 - Bag of TASTR Sweet & Savoury Bar Mix (120g)
  • 1 - Bag of TASTR Dried Fruit Medley (100g)
  • 1 – Flow Water Bottle (500ml)
  • 1 – Educational Guide Book with Tequila facts, information and tasting notes
*Please note that food substitutions might be made depending on current inventory levels

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DID YOU KNOW...

Some artisan and craft Tequilas are made using one of the oldest and most labour-intensive techniques known as the ‘Tahona Process’ where the cooked hearts of the blue agave plant are moved into the path of a huge, volcanic stone that has been chiselled into a rough, hulking wheel. The wheel is attached to a long pole and mechanical arm, or more traditionally a mule or oxen, which slowly pulls the wheel to press the juice out of the agave hearts. The Tahona is the name of the wheel itself and comes from the Nahuatl language of the indigenous Aztecs. The process isn’t widely used in the tequila industry with many large brands preferring more efficient extraction methods but a handful of producers use it for the complexity of flavour it gives the resulting juice.