Suerte Tequila Releasing Limited Still Strength Blanco


August 8, 2023

Suerte Still Strength Blanco Tequila 2023 bottle SQUARE

Suerte Tequila is releasing 1,530 bottles of its first-ever Still Strength Blanco  in honor of its NOM (1530).

A NOM, or Norma Oficial Mexicana, is the four-digit code on the back of every bottle of tequila that identifies where it was produced. Still Strength Blanco is a rare offering in the tequila industry. Full of vibrant, roasted agave flavor at 104 proof, it is targeted toward tequila lovers who like to savor the spirit in its purest form.

Suerte Tequila fans are encouraged to pre-order Still Strength Blanco (SRP $69.99) on August 7th to ensure they get their hands on a bottle. Still Strength ships in early September to 44 states and will also be found at retail locations in Colorado.

Suerte, Spanish for luck, is named in honor of its founders’ fortune in discovering this 100 percent pure Blue Weber Agave tequila. Born in the hills of Jalisco, Mexico, and raised in the foothills of Boulder, Colorado, Suerte has tripled in size since 2020 while still staying true to its roots. Suerte is among just one percent of brands crushing pinas the traditional way with a tahona (a 3-ton stone wheel). The practice lends the resulting product a unique flavor unmatched by those using more modern processing methods such as a steel shredder.

Suerte is also part of the minority (only 2 percent of premium tequila brands) that have a dedicated distillery, ensuring the utmost quality for its process, people and products. Suerte is produced at Tequilera Simbolo, located on 8.5 acres in the highlands of rural Atotonilco El Alto, Jalisco, Mexico.

How to buy: Find Suerte Tequila online at and in select retail stores in 18 states throughout the United States.

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