Kah Tequila, made from hand-selected 100% Blue Agave, was created as a tribute to Mexico and to pay homage to its people. The bottle and tequila reflect the “Day of the Dead” – a 3,000-year-old Mesoamerican ritual, in honor of deceased loved ones. The packaging is inspired by the traditional calaveras used in the “Diá de Muertos” rituals as a symbol of death and rebirth. It is also unique in that each bottle is a handmade one-of-a-kind. And by the way – KAH meant “life” in the ancient Mayan language.
KAH Tequila Reposado is made from 100% Blue Agave and aged for more than 2 months in American Oak casks.
This devilish bottle design takes its cues from Day of the Dead celebrations that take place in parts of Peru. A dance to Satan is performed wearing long, dangling upturned crucifixes, and it is believed that Satan leads this dance Himself! During this ritual to honor the Devil, tequila is poured on the ground as an offering to appease him and keep people safe.
Full bodied and viscous with intense flavor of agave and hints of vanilla and caramel.