La Cofradia catrina anejo is presented in this ceramic bottle featuring an elegant female skeleton (Catrina) with autumn flowers in her hair. Born in the 1920's, Catrina is a symbol of Mexican traditions and still appreciated to this day.
Catrina is one of the special edition Tequila La Cofradía evoking one of the most important traditions in Mexican culture - "The Day of the Dead".
For over 50 years, La Cofradia have been distilling and bottling Tequila and it is with this length of experience that has made them one of the finest and best in the market. Producing top quality products with high quality agave using traditional methods but in a modern industrial plant. Their tequilas are bottled in blown glass or ceramic bottles.
La Cofradia (NOM 1137) was the original distillery that produced the now much sought after Clase Azul tequila.
AROMA: Complex aromas of strong oak, cooked agave and spices
TASTE: Oak influence in present. Soft cooked agave, cinnamon and other spices
BARREL: Ex-American oak
ENJOY: Best enjoyed neat or on the rocks.