Our Blue Weber Agave rests beneath Volcán de Tequila (Tequila Volcano), which means the soil we use is some of the most nutrient rich in the country. It also means the water source for the agave and distillery is some of the cleanest and sweetest tasting water around. All thanks to the dormant volcano!


What does this mean for you?

 Healthiest soil + Purest water + Best agave


Cape Horn Tequila

The simple fact is:

We haven't invented some secret recipe. People have been making some form of mezcal 'since ever since' and if they say the have a secret sauce, they're full of shit.


We do it right, the old way, the only way. We don't cut any corners or mix bottom barrel with middle barrel tequilas like say.. 

*cough* José. 


We keep the best blue agave in its purest form, distill it, filter it (several times over) and put it in a bottle so you can experience what a beautiful true pure blue agave actually tastes like.

It takes a minimum of 6 years for one (quality) agave plant to mature. ​


We then harvest the "Piña" (looks like a giant pineapple, for real) and let it rest in whiskey barrels for 8 months. 


All Tequilas are a form of Mezcal, but not all mezcals are tequilas. 

 (Scotch is a whiskey but not all whiskeys are scotch, same deal)​


Tequila is meant to be enjoyed, not in a $20 shot that gives you a killer headache in the morning. #thanksJosé


All we're really saying is, if it takes a minimum of 7 years to create this sweet smooth little tequila, do you think you should shoot it?

100% Blue Weber Agave

We've traveled and searched across Mexico for the absolute best agave, what we found exceeded our very own expectations. 

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Galveston, TX