Tequila rested for 2 years in American oak barrels developing powerful aromas of agave extended notes of coffee, chocolate, tobacco with hints of caramel and apricot.
Produced in the city of Tequila, KAH pays tribute to Central America, Mexico, its people, their rituals and traditions.
For more than 3,000 years, the Mayan civilization has honored its dead. KAH TEQUILA refers to the "Dia de Muertos" (Day of the Dead) celebrated every November 1st during which "Calaveras" (sugar skulls) are used in the rituals of death and rebirth. The bottles are inspired by this tradition and are handcrafted for unique pieces.
The word "Kah" is itself inspired by the ancient Maya language and signifies LIFE.