In 1943, Tequilas del Señor was founded by Don Cesar Garcia, meaning that it has over 70 years producing fantastic, high quality Tequilas. This is an example of one such spirit, a fantastic, 100% blue weber agave silver Tequila produced in Jalisco. The bottling’s title pays homage to La Malinche, a native Nahua woman who would play a vital role in the Spanish conquest of the Aztec empire. She first introduced the agave beer that the natives drank to the invaders, and they soon distilled this to produce Tequila. Later she was mistress to Hernán Cortés, and birthed his son Martín, and thus is considered the mother of the Mestizos, the people of mixed indigenous and European ancestry. This Tequila does this fascinating woman justice, a wonderful example of the Mexican national spirit, rich in earthy, peppery agave notes, a touch of menthol and sweet honey flavours. With its striking label and an intriguing story, this is a welcome addition to any bar.