According to legend, when the Spanish conquistadors ran out of the brandy they brought from Europe, they began to distill a local agave drink. In 1873, it was dubbed "tequila" by founder Don Cenobio Sauza. 100% agave. Wood notes create a delightfully complex drinking experience only attainable by its aging process in medium toasted American oak casks. The bright amber tequila offers an aroma of dried fruit and agave nectar while lightly sweet toasted oak and vanilla can be tasted on the palate.