Caballito Cerrero Blanco Collection

Caballito Cerrero Blanco Collection

$150

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Tasting Notes

About the Brand

Buy both Caballito Cerrero "Azul" Blanco 46 + Caballito Cerrero "Chato" Blanco 46 and SAVE!


Why we love Caballito Cerrero Azul Blanco 46

  • Produced by 14th and 15th generation Tequileros in the birthplace of Tequila, Amatitan
  • Very ripe, estate-grown Agave azul gives a very vegetal and herbal quality to this distillate
  • Highly revered by the next generation of agave aficionados in Guadalajara and Mexico City
  • First producer in the region to use the term “Tequila”
  • Deep agave flavor spiked with notes of pineapple, dill pickles, mustard, and pepper
  • 46% ABV / 92 Proof
  • 750mL Bottle 

Why we love Caballito Cerrero Chato Blanco 46

  • Produced by 14th and 15th generation Tequileros in the birthplace of Tequila, Amatitan
  • Very ripe, estate-grown Agave chato gives a very vegetal and herbal quality to this distillate
  • Highly revered by the next generation of agave aficionados in Guadalajara and Mexico City
  • First producer in the region to use the term “Tequila”
  • Pure agave style sure to delight any Tequila aficionado 
  • Sweet, natural agave flavor balanced with high minerality
  • 46% ABV / 92 Proof
  • 750mL Bottle

 

 

Caballito Cerrero Chato Blanco 46

Aroma: cooked agave, baked bread, broiled grapefruit, alcohol

Palate: green bell pepper, anise, cooked agave, cream, tangerine, vanilla

Finish: clean milk chocolate with lasting agave and vegetal notes

Caballito Cerrero Azul Blanco 46

Aroma: cooked agave, freshly cut herbs, salinity

Palate: fruity agave, pepper, dill, pickle brine, mustard, grilled pineapple

Finish: juicy with a bit of salinity that will get your salivary glands going

About Caballito Cerrero Founded in 1950 by Don Alfonso Jiménez Rosales, a co-founder of Herradura who, after a family dispute, set off to start his own brand, Caballito Cerrero and is one of the oldest Tequila brands that is no longer included in the NOM that specifies it as a Tequila. Now recognized as “Destilado de Agave” or agave distillate, they use agave chato, a cousin of espadín, that was often used in Tequila production before the blue agave was specified. Santa Rita Distillery is run by 14th and 15th generation Tequileros and one of the few families that has a direct line to producers of vino del mezcal in the 1600’s. Not only were they one of the most prolific and successful Tequila brands to prosper in the Guadalajara area, they are now admired and touted by the up and coming generations of Tequila lovers. Ask for a mass produced brand at El Gallo Altanero, a hip, secret upstairs bar in the Americana section of GDL, and a bartender will probably hand you this instead. Caballito Cerrero looks to future innovation by maintaining traditions lost long ago.