Named after its founder (Dobel is his abbreviated name Juan Domingo Beckmann Legoretta) the tequila is sourced from single estates and is distilled from 100% blue agave and bottled in Jalisco, Mexico. Each bottle of Dobel™ Tequila is double-distilled, matured in Hungarian White Oak barrels, and filtered for exceptional smoothness and clarity. Dobel™ Tequila is recognized for its superior smoothness and iconic packaging which includes a stopper and a modern twist on a vintage apothecary-style bottle, a heavily embossed bottle whose design is inspired by the laboratory sample bottles used by the distillery’s Maestro Tequileros (Master Distillers).
Following suit with other tequila brands, Maestro Dobel also produces a trio of what is thought of as the “standard” tequila offerings. The quality matches Diamante and Humito, they simply skip the fancy tricks used with those two tequilas. Each of these is a 100 percent agave, single-estate, small-batch tequila and they’re excellent choices when you’re looking for a top-shelf tequila.
Añejo: The oldest bottling, this tequila spends around 24 months in white oak barrels sourced from the United States and is finished in European oak reserve casks. It is very complex, a fine example of a well-crafted, aged tequila