by Andrew Chalk
Just when you were thinking that tequilla got darker as it got more sophistiated. Just as you graduated from silver, to reposada, to añejo with progressively longer periods of oak age. Along comes 1800 Cristalino with the appearance of silver, the body of an añejo, and a taste more subtle, more complex, more lingering, more seductive than anything you had before.
They say a picture isworth a thousand words. Well, one sip of cristalino is worth a million. Try some today from (Drizly & ReserveBar). If you like your tequila blended then the recipe below might interest you.
1800 Earl Grey
2 oz. 1800 Cristalino
¼ oz. Elderflower liqueur
½ oz. Earl Grey syrup
¾ oz. lemon juice
Directions: Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Strain into a rocks glass over fresh ice cubes and garnish with an edible flower.