Produced with a base of micro-distilled silver Tequila, the limited-edition, 40%-abv offering is blended with aged reserves and rested for 30 days before being filtered.
Rested? This respite lets the tequilas “marry while still retaining many qualities of their individual flavor profiles,” reports mutineermagazine.com.
The finished product is then packaged in a hand-blown glass bottle, which features Milagro’s signature “piña” (the heart of the agave plant) in the bottle’s center.
Only 1,200 bottles of Unico will be available, priced at $300 a 750-ml. We’re told it’s well worth the wait.