Cazcabel - Tequila

In a dusty hidden corner of the Jalisco Mountains, in western Mexico, a shaman, Don Cazcabel became a legend...

Famous for his natural tonics, Don Cazcabel is a healer with powers that attracted Mexicans from thousands of miles away.

A faithful student of Toltec, olemc and Aztec traditions, his tequila recipes only use the best, natural ingredients that the fertile land can offer and this philosophy has been the inspiration for the creation of Cazcabel Tequila.

Cazcabel Tequila is created by the Vasquez family, in an independent, awarded, small distillery in the town of Atotonilco El Alto, perfectly located for the natural water springs and next to their agave fields, in the highlands of the Jalisco mountains in Mexico.

The Vazquez family are renowned for their expertise in agave farming and production of premium Tequila. As fourth-generation Tequileros, they have honed their skills and techniques over the years in the meticulous process of agave cultivation and harvesting to produce high quality Tequila in an environmentally efficient way.

The elevation of the distillery ensures that the agave is well hydrated and the mineral and nutrient rich soil in the area allows the agave plant to grow larger than anywhere else in Jalisco.

Once harvested, autoclaves are used to steam the piñas. This has many benefits including being able to regulate temperatures which allow for a steady even cook resulting in a Tequila with a clean soft profile.

After fermenting in steel tanks for 10 days, the Tequila is distilled in copper pot and steel stills, then chill-filtered to remove any impurities. The combination of these processes gives Cazcabel Tequila an amazingly smooth and balanced flavour.


• The leftovers of the agaves are used for heating the autoclaves, while the agave fiber are recycled into organic compost to be used for growing new agave plants.  

• The distillery is supported by solar and wind-power, whilst hundreds of trees are planned in the surrounding area on completion.

• Many of the processes are still done by hand supporting job creating in the local community and profits from the distillery shop will be donated to local charities.

• Part of the profits are donated to local charities.



Cazcabel Blanco tequila is a product of triple distillation of 100% Blue Wever ripe agave and cold filtering, resulting in a wonderfully smooth spirit with a perfect balance between aromas of fresh agave, slightly spicy spices and refreshing citrus.

Nose: Spicy notes with a strong earthy aroma of agave and soft hints of citrus.

Mouth: Fresh, crisp, dry with a strong sense of earthy agave and notes of black pepper on the finish.


An award-winning handcrafted tequila, using the finest quality of 100% Blue Wever agave from the Jalisco Mountain tops, while aged using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation. Cazcabel Reposado is aged in new American oak barrels for 8 months, balancing the clean, earthy taste of Cazcabel Blanco with the complex yet subtle aromas of oak.

Nose: Super clean agave aromas with notes of eucalyptus, white pepper, and subtle roasted vanilla.

Mouth: Dry and warm with dominant notes of agave and emerging hints of caramel, vanilla and toasted oak. The finish is slightly smoky with citrus hints 


Using the refreshing and earthy base of Cazcabel Blanco, Cazcabel Coffee blends the roastiness and sweetness of a premium Arabica coffee into tequila. You can enjoy it plain with ice, but also in wonderful cocktails.

Nose: Intense aromas of chocolate, coffee with notes of fresh agave.

Mouth: Rich, sweet taste of freshly roasted coffee with notes of dark chocolate, vanilla and agave.



Jalisco coconuts are prized around the world. Cazcabel Coconut combines the juicy sweetness of coconut with the dry earth tones of Cazcabel Blanco.

Nose: Sweet coconut aromas surround those of earthy agave

Mouth: Rich, sweet notes of coconut with gentle botanical expressions on the finish.



Using the refreshing and earthy base of Cazcabel Blanco, Cazcabel Honey adds a dose of sweet nectar. The high-quality Yucatan honey is collected by Don Cazcabel himself, from apiaries well hidden in the mountains of Jalisco.

Nose: Earthy aromas of honey that promise hints of sweetness.

Mouth: Rich, sweet, full of notes of natural honey and flowers with a warm and slightly spicy finis