Maestro Dobel Tequila Drops Second Annual Atelier Edition


January 4, 2024

Maestro Dobel Atelier: Trajineras Edition pour

Maestro Dobel Tequila announced the release of its second annual Atelier: Trajineras Edition Extra Añejo in hand-painted bottles. The limited-edition bottles were created to honor traditional Mexican craftsmen and techniques, in art and in tequila.

Atelier Extra Añejo rests over three years in both new American and European oak barrels before being married to deliver a unique combination of aromas with notes of dried fruit, pineapple, apple, butter, prune, and cinnamon – and taste profiles of charred oak, toasted almond with a myriad of spices.

Beyond the tequila, the Trajineras Edition’s bottles are painted by skilled artisans using the same technique as traditional “alebrijes” – the small, wood, or cardboard figurines depicting fantastical creatures, originally from the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.

“Maestro Dobel Atelier: Trajineras Edition is truly a work of art, both inside and out,” Juan Domingo Beckmann, founder of Maestro Dobel Tequila, said in a news release.

The Atelier collection, which launched in the U.S. with the Charreria Edition last year, highlights traditional Mexican craftsmanship and transforms each bottle into a limited edition, one-of-a-kind collector’s item. This year’s Trajineras Edition features a series of five different hand-painted Extra Añejo bottles inspired by the colorful and adorned boats from Xochimilco, Mexico City – that, just like the tequila they inspire, have become symbols of Mexican pride and tradition.

Maestro Dobel Atelier: Trajineras Edition has a suggested retail price of $250 per bottle and is available at ReserveBar and in limited quantities nationwide. Just in time for the holiday season, this exceptional tequila is also the perfect gift for spirits aficionados who also have an appreciation for traditional Mexican artistry.

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