Based in Mexico and introduced in 2008, Maestro Dobel is created by and named after Juan-Domingo "Dobel" Beckmann. With a history of 11 generations of tequila-making behind him, Dobel knows a thing or two about creating excellent tequila. The tequila is made with a blend of reposado, añejo and extra añejo before it's aged in white oak barrels and filtered to remove all color. This process makes it the first ever multi-aged clear tequila — something you have to taste to believe.
If you're interested in trying some Maestro Dobel, consider the Reposado, which takes on the essence of the oak barrel it's aged in to offer a light note of fruit, almond and vanilla. For smooth tequila, go for the Silver, which has a subtle taste of herbal notes and a complex aroma that goes well mixed in cocktails or accompanying food. The Añejo is something special and worth a try. It's aged for 18 months in American white oak barrels before pairing with European oak reserve just before bottling for a complex and deep flavor.