Padre azul is grown in the valleys. The earth has more alkaline and less PH, contains less iron and more basalt as opposed to the highlands. Because of the arid temperatures of the area, the agave is much dryer and has more fiber. There are volcanic soils in the valleys. The water quality in the valleys is better than standard wells, which adds a unique flavor specific to the region. That’s why the valley agave develop citrus and earthy aromas.
PADRE AZUL BLANCO TEQUILA
Crystalline, brilliant, silver hues and light tones of straw yellow; heavy body
Slow cooking reveals notes of cooked agave, vanilla and coconut. Citrus notes of grapefruit and lemon; hints of English mint, fruit compote of cherry, peach and pineapple.
Velvety and intense on the palate, with cooked agave and notes of fruits that confirm the olfactory promise. Sweet and powerful with a smooth finish.