This artisanal small-batch tequila by Satryna is made with Weber blue agave sourced from the fields near Guadalajara. Smooth and subtle, it offers notes of agave with herbs, sweet honey and delicate flowers.
This tequila is presented in a limited edition French glass bottle that celebrates the Mexican festival of "Dia de los Muertos" - the day of the dead.
Terroir and Agave
To achieve the highest possible quality, Tequila Satryna is produced in small quantities with steamed blue agave (tequilana agave).
Used agaves grow in the fertile fields in the "Valley of Tequila" in the Jalisco region.
Each plant is carefully selected, hand-picked and only processed to produce Satryna tequila only after reaching 8 to 12 years of age.
Distillation and Aging
Satryna Tequila is made observing a unique balance between the centuries-old art of tequila production and a modern distillation process, thus achieving its extreme purity and unmistakable smoothness.
Aging in selected oak barrels brings us a tequila with a more complex character.
A true testament to Mexican skill and art.
The Satryna brand
Focused on the creation of ultra-premium artisanal tequila produced in small batches, of exceptional quality and avant-garde character.
A full-bodied, elegant and incredibly smooth tequila.
Tequila Satryna is a creation of Nitzan Marrun, owner of the legendary Tequilera Newton, in collaboration with Maestra Tequilera Mireida Cortes and brand ambassador Elizabet Tovar.
Handcrafted bottles are produced with an extraordinary degree of attention to detail.
The striking bottle design is a tribute to the Mexican folk festival "El Dia de los Muertos".
Each bottle is manually numbered and signed by Maestro Tequilero. The process of making and aging Satryna tequila is one of the best kept secrets for generations of tequila makers. This artisanal tequila, originally made for personal use only, is now lovingly shared with all tequila lovers.
Country: Jalisco, Mexico