Produced in the highlands of Purisima del Rincon in a village named after the Immaculate Conception, DeLeon Tequila has a sweetertaste, with more honey, citrus, and floral notes. The DeLeon family tends a distillery and grows agave in the soil of a mountainous region higher than 7,500 feet above sea level. The water comes from two natural spring wells that exclusively serve the family’s private distillery.
Currently DeLeon Tequila is only available in the select markets New York, Las Vegas and Miami. The Diamante version (shown) is $129.99 and the Reposado version is $142.99.