KAH TEQUILA Day of the Dead Añejo Tequila
The name ‘Kah’ means ‘life’ in the ancient Mayan language and contrary to what the scary skull bottles might suggest these Tequilas are full of life.
Kah Day of the Dead Añejo Tequila is a riot of roasted agave coffee chocolate and tobacco flavours masterfully created during its two-year aging time in American oak casks. Kah’s skull-shaped bottles are obviously inspired by the traditional sugar skulls called calaveras used during Dia de los Muertos to celebrate life and remember the dead. But each expression crosses borders to explore traditions in other countries in Central and South America…
The Kah Añejo Tequila bottle is designed with black and white motifs to represent the practices of Nicaraguans some of whom take “rest in peace” to a whole new level. While they perform similar traditions to other Latin American counterparts (i.e. decorate graves bring food to alters to honour the dead) they also often sleep at the grave sites of their deceased. The idea is that by sleeping with the dead Nicaraguans reinforce the emotional connection they hold with those loved ones that have passed.
SKU No.: 3433445
Style No.: 876469
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 40%