Jose Cuervo Extra Anejo Reserva de la Familia Tequila 2019 Edition 70cl

Jose Cuervo Extra Anejo Reserva de la Familia Tequila 2019 Edition 70cl

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£119.50 inc VAT
  • Stock code
  • 5672
  • ABV
  • 38%
  • Country
  • Mexico
  • Packaging
  • Glass
  • Region
  • Jalisco
  • Size
  • 70cl
  • Type
  • Anejo


Jose Cuervo Extra Anejo Reserva de la Familia Tequila is a celebration of a history that spans more than 200 year. The Cuervo family selects only the very best of their tequila. Aging them in a private cellar, in new American and French oak barrels recently charred to ensure its rich, mellow flavour and golden colour.

Reserva de la Familia Extra Anejo is the award-winning pinnacle of the Jose Cuervo family of tequilas. The finest 8-10 year old agaves are hand-selected, and only the most flavourful inner portion at the heart of the agave's is used to make this 100% Blue Agave Extra Anejo Tequila.

As part of ongoing support of Mexican culture, the Jose Cuervo family commissions a Mexico-based artist to design original artwork for the collectors box each year. This 2019 release features artwork by Jorge Pardo.

The art of hand-made tequila extends to Reserva de la Familia's packaging. Meticulous care is given to each and every bottle. The entire packaging process, from the application of the bottle labels, to the wax seal featuring the Cuervo family crest, is all done by hand. You'll find each bottle has bubbling in the glass. No two bottles are ever the same. Pursue tequila perfection with this hand-made tequila - made with love, passion and commitment.

2019 Edition Wood Box Design:
The design of the 2019 wood box has been created by artist Jorge Pardo, who has created a series of drawings depicting jimadores skillfully working the fields with a coa and barretón. The designs, produced digitally from real photographs, are composed of dense, superimposed stripes that make the whole difficult to take in at a glance. This method of visual composition blurs the bodies of the labourers whilst also creating an illusion of movement. This theme and approach hark back to the great traditions of Mexican avant-garde painters of the first half of the 20th century who often depicted subjects of rural development and revolution.

In this composition, we can make out the jimadores working the agave landscapes in the fertile plains of Jalisco. The work of Jorge Pado contained in this cube is an optical adventure, a visual representation of the countryside and mountain that is both timeless and forged from the earth and air.