Dos Primos Tequila cofounders, country singer Thomas Rhett and his cousin, Jeff Worn, have introduced the latest Dos Primos variant: Dos Primos Tequila Añejo.
Dos Primos Tequila Añejo is made from 100% blue agave sourced from estates in Los Altos and the valley area of Jalisco, Mexico, and aged for at least 13 months in used bourbon barrels.
The finished product is bright amber with notes of brown spices, dried fruit and caramel on the palate, the company says.
“Bringing Dos Primos to life initially with our Blanco tequila, then with Reposado and now Añejo, has been an incredible journey,” says Thomas Rhett. “Our Añejo is a super-smooth and flavorful tequila that can be enjoyed year-round, and we can’t wait for everyone to enjoy it with their friends and family.”
Dos Primos is distilled at Destiladora Gonzalez Lux, located just outside the city of Arandas, Mexico, in the highlands of Jalisco. Rodolfo Gonzalez, a third-generation master distiller at Destiladora Gonzalez Lux, worked with the two cousins to create Dos Primos Blanco, Reposado and Añejo, the company says.
Dos Primos Tequila Añejo comes packaged in a clear embossed-glass, corked bottle and features a black-leather cord wrapped around the neck. The fabric label is hand-applied in Mexico and bears the signatures of Worn and Thomas Rhett.
The suggested retail price for a 750-ml. bottle of Dos Primos Tequila ranges from $39.99 to $54.99, depending on the variant.