From Jalisco to your glass, our tequila undergoes tried-and-true distillation processes, generations-old aging techniques and rigorous quality testing. Each expression brings something different to your celebration – be it the brightness of our pure blanco or the woodsy warmth of our extra añejo.
Some say a distillery is only as good as its blanco. That’s because without the influence of the barrel, the flavor of blanco tequila has the purest expression of the natural flavors of the agave itself. El Mayor 100% Blue Agave Blanco tequila delivers a crisp, light body, with a hint of pepper and a bevy of accolades to match.
El Mayor Reposado is rested in white oak barrels for a minimum of 9 months. This gives the tequila an elegantly structured, balanced taste with a remarkably smooth finish.
Designed for slow, contemplative sipping, our 100% Blue Agave Añejo tequila is aged in white oak barrels for 18 to 36 months to provide a sophisticatedly smooth product.
El Mayor’s Extra Añejo expression is the epitome of graceful aging. This is our finest, 100% agave tequila. Meticulously aged in American white oak barrels for a minimum of three-and-a-half years for a rich, complex flavor profile. This is truly a fitting reward for the ever-patient.
Cristalino is an añejo tequila that has been aged for a minimum of 12 months and filtered using ultra fine charcoal.
The result is a tequila with the complexity and character of an añejo and the crisp, bright notes and color of a blanco.
Our limited-edition signature series collection brings forward-thinking tequila flavor profiles and innovative processes to your glass.
French Oak Chardonnay Cask Finish Reposado
Curated by fourth-generation distiller Graciela González, our French Oak Chardonnay Cask Finish Reposado is rested for 9 months in specially sourced ex-chardonnay French oak barrels for a sweet vanilla profile and smooth character.
Single Estate Blanco
This deliciously herbal blanco tequila is made exclusively from agave on the Los Lobos Plantation, the highest altitude in the lowlands of Jalisco, at 1900 meters above sea level.