El Gran Legado De Vida.
Of elegant presentation, 100% agave that distills notes aromas and natural flavors of agave. Cooked are acquired by the cooking in masonry furnaces, which in turn maintain the freshness of citrus sensations, inciting to test their flavor of voluptuous and soft profile. It's a legacy that endures through time.
El Gran Legado De Vida shows its character, accompanied by great flavor in each drink. It allows itself to denote the delicate process under which it is elaborated, and in which it is taken care of. Every detail of flavor and quality talks about its story.
The process of elaborating El Gran Legado de Vida begins with the selection of Tequilana Weber azul agaves, with the necessary characteristics to make a tequila of the highest quality, harvested until best maturity conditions are met. Finally led by a slow and harmonious distillation process.
El Gran Legado de Vida has achieved an explosion of sensations, with the elegant design of the bottle accompanying this exquisite Tequila. It allows you to imagine the delicacy in which it is elaborated, complementing with its white color of grey and silver nuances. El Gran Legado de Vida came to the market to redefine the view, flavor and texture of 100% Tequila de agave, delighting the most demanding palates.
PROCESSES AND DEVELOPMENT
Within the area of the Denomination of Origin, Tequila el Gran Legado de Vida has its plantations in the Michoacán region, where the Blue Tequilana Weber agaves are cared for, due to the characteristics of its climate and its rich fertile soil.
Tequila el Gran Legado de Vida has been carefully prepared in its el Arenal and Regional factories, located in Jalisco, Mexico.
Made at the Tequila Cascahuin Distillery, perhaps best known and beloved for their house brand of the same name, El Gran Legado is an elegant sipping blanco that benefits from many of the same traditional methods employed by the distillery. Cooked for 3 days in a large stone oven, or "horno", it is then allowed to cool for an additional day before being crushed. A roller mill is used to separate the juice from the pulp, and then the juice is fermented over a four day period in stainless steel tanks. It is double distilled, first in a steel alembic pot still, then in a copper alembic pot still. Coming off the still at about 55% abv, it is then reduced to 40% bottling proof and allowed to mellow for 15-30 days before bottling.
The result is a nose full of sweet floral aromas, bright lemon peel, minerality, and mint. On the palate there is sweet agave, black pepper, wet stone, and more citrus. Fantastic body and medium-long finish.