Discover Añejo Crisatlino


Tequila CAZADORES® Añejo Cristalino owes its sheen transparency to its time-consuming and thorough filtration process. Its foundation is first achieved through the slow and harmonious process of fermentation and distillation. This high-quality tequila rests in New American oak barrels for 12 months and then filtered to remove its color while conserving the sensory qualities of an añejo tequila. It’s mellow wood, green and almond notes is perfect for enjoyin neat.

Blue Weber100%AgaveCarbs0gramsSugar0GramsPer Serve98Calories

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Tasting Notes

This smooth, colorless tequila is made with a slow, time-consuming and thorough filtration process. The result? An incredibly smooth Cristalino tequila with mellow wood and green apple notes.


Mellow Wood, Green Apple, Almond


Smooth, Fresh, Warm Notes, Velvety, Medium Lasting



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How do you make Tequila?

There are somewhere around 200 types of agave known to exits, but only one is good enough to produce tequila: the blue weber agave. It’s the only content that has the right sugar and fiber content to produce the smooth, agave forward flavor that tequila is known for.

What is Añejo tequila?

Añejo means aged. Añejo tequila is aged at least 1 year upwards.

How do you make Tequila Cazadores Cristalino?

This high quality tequila is then sent to mature in American white oak barrels after a slow harmonious process of fermentation and distillation. Where it rests for 24 months, slowly absorbing the extraordinary notes of wood from the barrels. The tequila is then filtered to remove the color while conserving the sensory qualities of an Añejo tequila.