How much is a bottle of Clase Azul Ultra?
New Ultra aged, Clase Azul Ultra – Extra Añejo Tequila, introduced to the market on February 26, 2007 at a ceremony held at the Marquis Los Cabos Beach and Golf Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Price is now estimated to be around $1,200 to $1,600 U.S. per bottle.
Is Clase Azul cheap tequila?
They also make an Anejo ($400) and the Ultra Aged (1,500). These tequilas are not cheap, and they recently came out with a $200 Mezcal. Clase Azul Tequila comes in beautiful tall hand sculpted and individually painted ceramic collector bottles, which may be nicer than the juice inside.
Why is Clase Azul tequila so expensive?
Exclusive tequilas from Clase Azul are only produced in numbered batches of 100 bottles, and these are sought-after by collectors. Each of these bottles contains tequila that has been aged for five years in special sherry wood casks imported from Spain. And each decanter is a masterpiece, with its own unique character.
What tequila has a blue bottle?
Made with slow-cooked Blue Agave, our ultra-premium reposado tequila is a unique and incomparable piece. The decanter’s traditional feathered paint design, its distinctive cobalt blue color, and the tequila’s original flavor make it an icon of the Clase Azul family.
What is the most expensive Clase Azul tequila?
Clase Azul’s most expensive offering with a $30,000 price tag features a ceramic bottle studded with items like amber and 24-karat gold. A collection of 15 of these luxury bottles were created to celebrate Clase Azul’s 15th anniversary. This Clase Azul bottle is decorated with hundreds of amber stones.
Is Casa Azul Tequila worth it?
We rated it exceptionally at 4.23 out of 5. Clase Azul Reposado is the top rated Tequila that we’ve tried. At a street price of $90, this spirit is on the pricier side, but well worth the money.