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. Double distilled in copper pot stills at low proof to retain the full agave flavor. The aroma offers fresh green apple notes followed by jasmine and hints of spice with a fresh agave taste on the palate. It finishes with a moderate bite of bitter citrus. Ideal for margaritas.