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80 Proof (ABV 40%)
Aging: 3 months in second-use American Oak whiskey barrels. The barrels are re-toasted in Mexico, medium toast
The company’s history begins in 1885, when the descendants of Don Antonio Faustino de Aceves y Casillas built Hacienda La Capillla. Don Antonio Aceves, better known as “Amo Aceves” was the founder of Capilla de Guadalupe, a town that got its name from the town chapel, built in honor of the “Virgin of Guadalupe”. This town rests under the shade of the Cerro Gordo, in the heart of Jalisco Highs, at 7290 feet above sea level, providing excellent conditions for the growing of agave, such as moderate climate and volcanic ground. Don Antonio was a hardworking man and a passionate promoter of quality. His descendants took advantage of the local Agave farming and formally started the company Hacienda la Capilla S.A. de C.V. in the year 1993. Since those days, the growing of agave has been its core business. La Adelita is a partnership bringing a renowned award winning vintner together with a generational family and visionaries in Mexico to create a uniquely pure and traditional tequila that is a 100% estate program.
All of La Adelita’s aged expressions spend time in American white oak barrels; previously used to age whiskey, they’re charred once more upon delivery in Jalisco.
— The Somm Journal
Perfumed with dill and just-ripened agave, this expression is semi-sweet yet buffered by salinity; toffee, oak, and walnut dot the palate with dryness. The edgy texture grips and almost tightens the tongue before a bold finish of tobacco and mocha
Serves: 2 | Time: 5 minutes
3 oz La Adelita Reposado
2 oz blood orange juice
1 oz brown sugar
Blood orange slice
Tajin for rim
1. Combine liquid ingredients in a shaker with ice & shake.
2. Strain over shaved ice in a glass.
3. Top off with grapefruit soda.
4. Garnish with a blood orange slice and a sprig of rosemary.