Tezcazul Tequila Club Tasting 12/6/19

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Mayahuel Tequila Club December Event

Tezcazul Tequila with Mike Rowe
Friday December 6, 2019 6pm


Join us for a special Tequila Club event with the highly-rated Tezcazul Tequila, brought to you from Amatitan, Jalisco. Mike Rowe grew up in Baja, California and fell in love with Mexican culture. As an adult, he yearned to create a Tequila that embodied a purity in spirit and essence which was made in the old-fashioned, culturally correct manner. He journeyed to Jalisco and while there met Master Distillers Eladio and Alvaro Montes. They shared his passion for estate grown agave, ripened to perfection and cooked in brick and stone ovens with no additives, colors or sugars. As often happens with fine Tequila, conversation evolved into a plan to create an organic Tequila that was something they would be proud to drink with friends in their own home.

Tezcazul is named for the ancient Aztec God Tezcatlipoca, known as the God of ancestral memory and nocturnal sky. Tezcatlipoca means “smoking mirror” in Nahuatl, referencing the smoke of battle and sacrifice.  A creator God like his rival Quetzalcoatl, he was worshipped by Aztec warriors and shamans.


We’ll begin our evening with our new Holiday Cocktail, the Orange Spice Honey Dream, made with Tezcazul.

Then we will taste the Blanco, Reposado, and Extra Añejo, along with small bites prepared especially for these Tequilas by Chef Eduardo Garcia. The Añejo has recently been created, and if released in time for our event, you’ll be among the first to taste it!

Tasting notes:

Aromas of cooked Agave, citrus, pepper and anise with flavors of cooked Agave, anise, black pepper and a touch of vanilla. Clean, mild and smooth finish.

Aromas of Cooked Agave, pepper, Oak and Earth lead you to flavors of Cooked Agave, oak, spice, and a hint of black pepper and vanilla. Smooth, light and bold finish.

Extra Añejo
Vanilla, Caramel, Oak and a hint of butterscotch on the nose, with a vanilla, light caramel and slightly sweet flavor. Long, mellow, sweet and sophisticated finish. Tezcazul Extra Añejo has been aged a full 60 months in American White Oak Barrels.

All this for only $30 for Tequila Club Members (and you can still purchase 3 seats and get a fourth free) and $40 for general public. All reservations are pre-pay, as we typically sell out quickly.

We hope you’ll join us on this remarkable journey with Mike Rowe as our guide.


Cancellation Policy: If for any reason you can’t attend the event after you’ve paid, you may choose from the following:
* We’ll transfer your credit to another event of equal value at this restaurant or;
* We’ll issue a PayPal refund less a $10 processing fee


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