According to legend, when the Spanish conquistadors ran out of the brandy they brought from Europe, they began to distill a local agave drink, which became North America's first indigenous distilled spirit. In 1873, this golden beverage was dubbed 'tequila' by Don Cenobio Sauza, who founded La Perseverancia Distillery in Tequila, Mexico.
This tequila has aromas of oaky-vanilla notes with spicy pepper and smoky hints of oak. On the palate it presents an inviting and intricate blend of agave and woody notes with vanilla and citrus. It has a clean, smooth finish with slightly lingering notes of caramel, wood, sugars, and oak.