For the production of Curado, a blanco tequila from the highlands of Jalisco is used as a base, then the liquid is infused with pieces of cooked agave. Initially, only blue agave from the state of Jalisco is used for the infusions, but the project soon evolved to include other agave varieties from other regions of Mexico. Curado wants to build bridges, not walls. Curado's current expressions are: Blue Weber from Arandas, Espadín from Oaxaca and Cupreata from Michoacán. They deliberately took an anthropological approach in their search for knowledge, connecting with - and learning from - people who have generations of wisdom and experience. Each agave variety is cooked according to the technique of that region and then brought to Jalisco. There they are infused with the finest 100% blue agave tequila from the Highlands of Jalisco region. The ratio of agave to tequila varies in each expression, depending on the type of agave obtained. This tequila is made only from the Cupreata agave. Tasting notes:Color: Gold. Nose: Spicy, pepper, chili. Taste: Complex, slightly acidic, chili, white pepper. Finish: Long lasting, spicy.