Distilled entirely from highly-concentrated, small Criollo agave piñas, the Siete Leguas Decadas isn’t just a more delicious version of its heralded Blanco Tequila, it’s decidedly more difficult and expensive to make. Criollo agaves, part of the Blue Agave family, require more piñas per batch and are aren’t cultivated, but rather collected in the wild, requiring extra time and effort. The result is worth it, however, as the intensity and nuance are unparalleled to a standard Blanco. The Decadas production starts with a three day cooking process in stone oven, then a Tahona crush with traditional horse-drawn press. Bottled at 42% ABV, the texture is creamier, yet the flavors more pronounced and electric on then palate. For fans of “real” Tequila, meaning no additives or diffusers, the Decadas was already one of the most coveted bottles of 2022 and it sold out fast then! We’re expecting a repeat performance this time around. Don’t wait on this one.