To make Curado, we use a blanco Tequila from the Highlands of Jalisco as a canvas, then we infuse the liquid with pieces of cooked Agave. At first the infusions only used Blue Agave from the state of Jalisco, but the project soon evolved to include other varieties of Agave from other regions of Mexico. We want to build bridges, not walls.
Curado Tequila Blanco - Infusión de Agave Cupreata, 70 cl
Regular price £42.99
To make Curado, they use a blanco Tequila from the Highlands of Jalisco as a canvas, then they infuse the liquid with pieces of cooked Agave. At first the infusions only used Blue Agave from the state of Jalisco, but the project soon evolved to include other varieties of Agave from other regions of Mexico. We want to build bridges, not walls. Each tequila is different in this range due to the different type of Agave that is used and the region it is taken from. Read more.
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Paloma Cocktail Recipe
Sweet, sour, a little bitter, and salty, it’s got all four taste groups, plus ice, bubbles, and alcohol; what’s not to like? The Paloma is a refreshing, easy-to-make cooler that combines tequila, lime juice and grapefruit soda. Little is known about the historical origin of the Paloma, the most popular tequila-based cocktail in Mexico. Some believe that it is named after La Paloma (“The Dove”), the popular folk song composed in the early 1860s. So what is the traditional paloma recipe? You've got tequila with freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, mixed with a bit of lime juice and agave to round everything off. Truly delicious.