Jose Cuervo Tradicional Silver (750ml)
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Jose María Guadalupe de Cuervo began to commercially produce his mezcal wine spirit based upon an official permit from the King of Spain. By 1812, he had established La Rojena, the distillery which to this day still produces Jose Cuervo Tequila. By 1844, Jose Cuervo Tequila was being distributed within Mexico, and in 1873 the earliest known documented export of the Tequila outside of Mexico occurred when 3 bottles of Jose Cuervo were transported across the United States border by donkey. Those exports have continued (although no longer by donkey), and now the Jose Cuervo brand is the best-selling tequila brand in the entire world.
Jose Cuervo Tradicional Silver is bright and vibrant with honeysuckle, white pepper, and a hint of alcohol heat with zesty citrus. On the palate, the mouthfeel is light and crisp, with grapefruit, lime peel, and lychee along with hints of pepper and a light minerality on the clean finish.