For many years, Casa Centinela has maintained a tradition, to make a tequila proud of its roots and history. And we speak specifically of one that is mixable from birth, the white tequila.
Tequila reposado, its golden crystalline look talks about the time and care they take, from the “jima” to distillation into the largest wine cellar in the world, the one on Casa Centinela.
If the barrels could talk, they would tell us the charm they carry inside their oak walls and the secret that leads them to stand for two years the amber colored tequila, Tequila Centinela Añejo.
The name is Centinela 3 years. The oldest reposado of all, and the one with the higher premium character. It's a tequila for the great and the agave distillate lovers, for lovers of an extra old one.
CENTINELA AÑEJO

If the barrels could talk, they would tell us the charm they carry inside their oak walls and the secret that leads them to stand for two years the amber colored tequila, Tequila Centinela Añejo.

 

This old tequila has to be taken straight to savor in the palate the essence of the wood that saw him grew up. If you want to combine it, it can be used for making cocktails. Mexican food goes good with it and it’s also good as a third course drink, in combination with the coffee.

 

This old tequila joins the ranks of the premium along with white and reposado. All three are part of a proud family with more than 100 years of tradition, the Great Centinela Family.

 

38% Alc. Vol / 750 Ml. / Rest in barrels: 2 years

Casa Centinela
Centinela Blanco
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