KAH Tequila Reposado

Kah Tequila Reposado

I’ll be honest, when I first saw the KAH Tequila Reposado bottle I wasn’t sure if it was something you drank or something you used to ward off evil spirits. As it turns out, it’s probably good for both….Kidding aside, this looks like the perfect tequila for any Cinco de Mayo party, Day of the Dead celebration, or even a Halloween party.

KAH Tequila makes three different varieties, each with their own custom bottle. The 2010 bronze medal winning Reposado is a 110 proof tequila that is aged for 10 months in French limousine casks, resulting in a flavor that has subtle hints of caramel and vanilla.

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KAH Reposado Bottle
El Diablo – The use of devil imagery was inspired by Day of the Dead celebrations in Peru. The festival takes place the week before November 5th on the banks of Lake Titicaca. The traditional dances (complete with red dangling crucifixes) are rumored to be led by the devil himself. Traditional dances are dedicated to Satan. This region of Peru is mostly a mining area and workers spend much time underground. According to ancient Incan beliefs, Satan lives underground making the mine workers very vulnerable to his powers due to their daily proximity. The festival is designed to honor Satan, thus keeping the workers safe. They even pour tequila on the ground for the devil to drink.

You can learn more about the KAH Tequila Reposado, KAH Tequila Añejo and KAH Tequila Blanco from KAH Tequlia. You can purchase all three at Pacific Online Spirits from $44.95 and at BevMo from $42.99.

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James lives in California, but grew up on the East Coast where he received a BS and an MBA with specialization in Financial Management. Prior to joining GeekAlerts, he worked as a financial manager for a high-end estate planning firm. James enjoys the beach, running, mountain biking and almost any outdoor activity.

3 Responses to “KAH Tequila Reposado”

  1. Hi James,
    I love this page. I have written a few web pages on Squidoo about skulls and Gothic stuff, and have featured your page on my Skulls and Hearts page (see link). Is that OK? If not, I’ll take it down.
    Best wishes,
    Diana

  2. PS I have also Tweeted it

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