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Young and fresh, el Jimador Silver tequila steps up with truly authentic character. It’s made with 100% hand-harvested blue Weber agave and double distilled with sparkling clarity. El Jimador have perfected the skills to produce a spirit so rich in flavour that every sip comes to life. Crisp and buzzing with citrus flavours, take a sip or shake it up.
Silver, crystal and transparent in colour. A crisp, authentic tequila with subtle cooked agave taste and hints of citrusy sweetness that make it the exceptional choice for great tequila cocktails.
The #1 selling Tequila in Mexico, the home of Tequila. El Jimador means "A Legend" which is exactly what the experienced farmers are who select and cultivate the unique Blue Agave plant, Natures most precious gift to Mexico. Blue Agave takes ten years to reach maturity and is then hand-picked and cropped before it is used to make this range of authentic Mexican Tequilas.
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