Love tequila? Then you will love David Ravandi’s new 123 Tequila. David is an expert when it comes to the best tequila on the market.
If you need a custom recipe to suit a particular evening, then chances are, if you ask nicely, David will create something just for you. That’s what he did for me last summer before 123 Tequila came on the market. Ever think of combining top-shelf tequila with a slice of jalapeno? It adds just the right bit of kick!
David has just launched his new line of tequila. It’s Certified Organic (tough designation to achieve) and it’s a must for anyone who loves tequila. As David explains about the three different tequilas, “the stars dance in the sky above the fields for as many as ten years before the certified organic agaves are harvested for Uno (1) Blanco tequila, the pure mother spirit from which Dos (2) Reposado and Tres (3) Anjeo tequilas are created.”
David is a great storyteller. “As the sun and moon meet in the sky above the agave plantation, two stealthy jaguars roam the fields in search of their elusive prey. During their silent hunts, Dos Reposado tequila rests in white oak barrels for six months before its timely release.”
“On a morning when three brilliant roosters greet the dawn with hopeful songs of renewal, mature agave plants at the hacienda are ready to be hand harvested and Certified Organic Blanco tequila awakens from its year-long slumber in white oak barrels to be reborn as Tres Anjeo Tequila.” And so you have the beginning story of 123 Tequila.
Did you ever wonder about the journey to your glass this sacred ceremonial drink makes? The purest 100% Blue Agave tequila is cultivated on the pristine estate fields in Mexico into Uno Dos Tres (123) Tequila. Each bottle has a slight distinction which will make you appreciate the art behind the making of the best tequila on the market.
An ancient myth is depicted on each bottle of 123 Tequila. Picture an Aztec goddess enveloped by a feathered snake, complete with disguise, as they descended to earth. The snake, which adorns the seal of each bottle of David’s tequila, is thought to protect the ancient fields, where the goddess was laid to rest by her lover, and the agave plants then sprung forth. The 400 tipsy rabbits on the label serve as a reminder to consume 123 Tequila in moderation.
Take a minute to read more about David Ravandi and David’s 123 Tequila at www.123tequila.com. From the first sound of the rattlesnake, ancient music and even a drop of tequila when you open the 123 website, to a great read about ancient myths and recipes for tequila cocktails, you will love this website. You’ll be inspired to showcase 123 Tequila at your next party.
- The Gourmet Review