Presented in a red and yellow, inspired by the Peruvian celebrations of Día de los Muertos where a dance to Satan is performed wearing long, dangling upturned crucifixes. It is believed that Satan himself leads the dance. The dance is performed in honor of the devil & tequila is poured on the ground as an offering to appease him and keep people safe.
The cork takes the shape of pan de muerto (bread of the dead), a common offering for the dead.
Flavor: Intense agave with hints of vanilla and caramel.
Mouthfeel: Full bodied and viscous.
Aged: For over 2 months in American Oak casks.