The Face of Dos Almas
Tequila is one of the most beautiful spirits in terms of taste, creation and purity. Our tequila was born from dos almas ("two souls" in Spanish).
The indigenous and brilliant Aztecs had long produced a fermented agave spirit, but with the Spanish exploration came a convergence of Mexican and Spanish cultures which created a blend of plants, culture, ideas and of course, delectables. It was from this hybrid of cultures that the first modern day tequila was produced when the Spanish conquistadors depleted their own stock of brandy and turned to their new marriage with Mexico and the Aztecs. Some 100 years later, the private production continued and the first production for public use was born. From there, this spirit has become a favorite of many and was produced popularly in three varieties: blanco, reposado and anejo.
With Dos Almas, we have taken that history with our own blend of tradition and creativity. A new blend we created to be the finest, made with the best ingredients. Made from the Blue Weber Agave grown in the town of Amatitán, Dos Almas is produced in the town of Tequila, all in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. We invite you to enjoy it with us.
The Story of the Face
From this history we drew inspiration for the name. From this name we drew inspiration for la Cara de Dos Almas (the Face of Two Souls). One side is our rendition of an Aztec Mask, the other side the face of a Conquistador. Facial recognition is one of the first things we learn as infants. Throughout life we see so many more faces than we could ever possibly learn the names belonging to them. Yet while most of us forget names, we never forget most faces. If you happen to forget the name Dos Almas, we hope you will look for, and ask for, the bottle with this face.