“Rejon Tequila has a rich history. I enjoy the chance to expand this brands footprint in the Arizona market, and adding this product to our catalog of wholesale offerings on National Tequila Day is a bonus,” says Jessica Contreras, CEO of Fuego Fino, Inc.
Rejon Blanco Tequila
Rejon Blanco Tequila Blanco has a great baked agave flavor with some caramelized notes. The natural sweetness fades to a lingering t buzz across the palate.
About the Rejon brand
This comes to us from the man behind the Oro de Lidia lineup, Juan Rejon, whose adventurous way of life has led him to discover some incredible artisanal tequilas in the heart of Jalisco.
Bottoms Up On National Tequila Day!
It’s National Tequila Day in the United States. If there is ever a year in which we deserve a shot or two, 2020 is it! In honor of the holiday, here are a few surprising facts you might not have known about tequila.
- It is made out of a plant
Tequila is made from fermenting the juice from the blue agave plant, which has a core called piña because it looks something like a pineapple.
- If it were not for women, tequila may not even exist
Historically, the women of Tequila (as in the town) have been the ones who cultivated the blue agave plants, called hijuelos (little children). Women can still be seen today working the fields from February to July, when the plants sprout.
About Fuego Fino:
Fuego Fino, Inc. is a planet-friendly wine and spirits house that specializes in developing the next high-growth product segment. They maximize their revenue potential by minimizing waste and owning the majority of the supply and distribution networks.
Fuego Fino’s crowdfunding campaign is live now.
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