The tequila created for this edition pays homage to the signature Clase Azul Tequila Reposado. Part of the agave used to make this blend was milled using a traditional stone mill called a tahona, a practice dating back to tequila’s origins. In addition, the fermentation process was extended to accentuate the liquid’s citrus and fruity notes. This blend was aged for eight months in two different first-use American whiskey casks, each imparting its distinct and rich tasting notes. The decanter is painted in a distinctive cobalt blue color. Inspired by dandelion seeds being carried by the wind, its feathered motifs embody Clase Azul México’s worldwide expansion. Twenty-five brushstrokes that grace the surface of the decanter have been hand-painted in platinum, one for each year of Clase Azul’s history.