Cascahuin Blanco 11 Brix Tequila (750ml / 53%)

Cascahuin Blanco 11 Brix Tequila (750ml / 53%)


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Cascahuin 11 Brix Tequila is a 2022 special release that was followed by the coveted Aniversario and the Cerro de Luz releases.

11 Brix highlights (and celebrates) the most important part of tequila production: Fermentation. 

This tequila started out as the Cascahuin we all know and love: agaves from the valley, cooked in brick ovens, and then milled with a roller mill. When it came time for fermentation, maestro tequilero and owner Salvador “Chava” Rosales divided the cooked agave into the three fermenting tanks used at Cascahuin distillery: stainless steel, cement, and wooden. 

After fermentation, each Mosto (the fermented agave juice in the tanks) contained 11 brix, which is a measurement of sugar levels. Hence, the name of the tequila is not a derivative of the brix of the agave- which would be much higher than 11- but rather, the fermented agave juice is where it gets its name from. Chava distilled each Mosto separately to showcase the differences in each different fermentation style.

Cement tanks = Strong, natural agave sweetness
Stainless Steel tanks = sharp, grassy
Wood tanks = well-rounded, earthy + complex finish

AROMAStrong punch of full cooked agave aromas. It has a beautiful buttery noseand it finishes with a careful blend of a citrus and peppery minerality that is more than familiar to Cascahuin. 
TASTE: The first sip is to just adjust your palate to something at 106 proof, but at the second sip, man, do you really begin to enjoy the complexities of this beautiful tequila. Right at the tip of your tongue, you’ll experience a transformation from black pepper to a citrusy, fruity, tropical explosion that takes over the mouth and is just delicious. The mouthfeel is one a favorite because it is so buttery, similar to a rich chardonnay. This is an incredible well balanced expression. No flavour overpowers another; they work in perfect unison as the sweet, buttery, and tropical flavours mellow down, and it finishes off with a briny minerality that is typical from Cascahuin. This is an incredible experiment that shows us just how important fermentation is and how that can change a tequila entirely. When you combine them all it can create some of the best tequilas. 
BARREL: Unaged
ENJOY: As a premium sipping tequila. Take the time with this one. Let it open up.

The Nitty Gritty
Production Notes
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  • Master Distiller: Salvador “Chava” Rosales
  • Maguey: Tequilana
  • Town/ Village: Tequila
  • State: Jalisco
  • Classification: Tequila (100% agave)
  • Expression: Blanco
  • Cooking method: Horno
  • Extraction method: Roller Mill
  • Fermentation: Wooden Fermentation Tubs,Stainless Steel Tanks,Cement Tanks,Wild Yeast,With Fibers
  • Still type: Copper Pot,Copper With Stainless Steel
  • Distillation: Double
  • Age Statement: Unaged
  • ABV: 53.0 %
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