Product Launch - US: Milagro Tequila's Unico
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Milagro Tequila's Unico
Category - Spirits, Tequila, blended, 40% abv
Available - From this month
Location - US, nation-wide, in “extremely limited” quantities
Price - RRP of US$300 per 75cl bottle
Distribution - William Grant & Sons
Unico, which is produced in Jalisco, starts off as a micro-distilled silver Tequila, which is then blended with “proprietary proportions” of aged reserves and rested for 30 days. The liquid is filtered and oxygenated to “enhance the blend and remove its colour”. A total of 1,200 bottles will be made available.
Back in 2007, William Grant & Sons bought a 30% stake in Milagro, for an undisclosed sum.
The company was initially formed in 1997 by Mexican entrepreneurs Moises Guindi and Daniel Schneeweiss.
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