Enrique Fonseca, master distiller, says: “I started this project because I wanted to make the best tequila possible, regardless of time or cost.”
Fuenteseca Reserva tequila pays homage to the purest form of tequila distilling – made with love and respect for the history and traditions of tequila distillation.
Distilled in 1995, there were only 1000 bottles of Fuenteseca Reserva aged 18 years released in the US, and we are very lucky to have managed to get our hands on two of them! Fuenteseca tequilas are some of the oldest tequilas in the world, and amongst them the Fuenteseca Reserva aged 18 years is the eldest of them all. They are cased for 6 years in Canadian white oak (ex-whisky casks) and 12 years in American and French ex-wine barrels, making it a one-of-a-kind and “ultra-aged” sipping tequila. With peppery agave upfront notes and hints of oak, brown sugar and dark chocolate, this is a full bodied cognac-esk tequila that you must try during your next visit to Lucha Loco or Super Loco. How to say it: “Fwen-te-sek-ah” Available at Super Loco and Lucha Loco, $46+ per glass (30ml)