Codigó 1530 Rosa
Fellow Louper and frequent contributor Greg M. introduced me to the wonders of Código 1530 Rosa. These tequila guys have taken their fantastic Blanco product and aged it exactly one month in uncharred Napa Cabernet French White Oak barrels. The Blanco, according to the manufacturer, then utilizes 7-year-old fully mature agave, Amatitán water from freshwater pools and rainwater (filtered through the volcanic soil of Los Bajos), and organic yeast from a small family bakery in Amatitán. The result is a pink tinged tequila that has subtle notes from the Cabernet, thus producing a Rosé color. Hence, you can now safely bring rosé into the Fall via Tequila!