Cascahuin Blanco

Cascahuin Blanco

Cascahuin Blanco

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The Cascahuin brand and their top-notch tequilas have a prestigious reputation in Mexico. Cascahuín itself is a family-run tequila producer that was established in 1904 by Salvador Rosales Briseño in a small town in Jalisco (the Mexican home state of tequila) called El Arenal.

Cascahuin has gained a reputation for producing an especially high-quality tequila that’s kept with the traditional production methods they’ve been mastering for over a century, staying committed to preserving the heritage of tequila and the authentic ways of traditional tequila-producing methods in the region of Jalisco.

Briseño chose the name ‘Cascahuin’, which is a pre-Hispanic word meaning ‘Peak of Light’ or ‘Hill of Light’, to proudly reflect the origins of the tequila-making tradition which is said to date back to around 300 A.D. when the Aztecs were using it for their religious ceremonies.

Alongside Cascahuin Blanco Tequila, the brand offers other variations of tequila: Anejo, Reposado, Blanco Tahona and Plata 48.

What makes Cascahuin Blanco Tequila special?

People absolutely love Cascahuin Blanco Tequila because of its balanced flavour and rich agave taste with hints of nut and sweet fruit. Cascahuin Blanco Tequila is made using a ‘Tahona wheel’ - a big wheel-shaped stone said to have been brought over to Mexico by the Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century and used to grind and crush the cooked agave into the juice called ‘aguamiel’ (Spanish for ‘honey water’). This method preserves the natural taste and sweetness of the agave, playing a crucial part in providing a richer and more complex selection of aromas and flavours.

The Tahona wheel, often sometimes referred to as the ‘Tahona stone’, is made from volcanic rock and is usually a specific type known as ‘volcanic basalt’. The tahona wheel was originally pulled by a horse or a mule, but in current times, to promote animal welfare, it’s now pulled by a machine. The Tohana wheel is not used to make every tequila in the world - this practice is generally only used for the more ‘traditional’ hand-produced tequilas like those made by Cascahuin. It’s definitely a slower process that requires a lot more manual labour… but by jove the results are worth it!

Cascahuin Blanco Tequila continues to stand out even more as we continue down the production process by its use of copper distillation pots. Copper pots are more expensive and harder to clean than stainless steel pots so many distilleries use stainless steel instead. Copper, however, is a far superior heat conductor, and because it leaves the end product with richer, tastier flavours, Cascahuin insists on sticking with copper.

Attaining to the highest standards, Cascahuin uses deep well spring water, some of the purest water available, to prodcue their Blanco Tequila. Aside from the cleanliness, this type of water is known to have a significant impact on the personality and flavour of the tequila.

Cascahuin also keeps all their tequilas free of any preservatives, additives, artificial sweeteners or other chemicals, providing a REAL and authentic tequila experience - so again, hats off to Cascahuin for really sticking to the traditional artisanal tequila-producing methods, and their commitment to producing a top-of-the-line premium tequila.

Cascahuin Blanco Tequila tasting notes

Nose: Hints of nuts, lemon and lemon, with small aromas of raisins, peach and agave

Taste: Earthy, peppery flavours, with hints of sweet agave, spices, cinnamon and citrus.

Aftertaste: Carries the fruity, spicy flavours from the original taste

Cascahuin Blanco Tequila Appearance

Clear colour with a sparkly ‘crystal-like’ appearance, and a very slight hint of amber.

What is the Cascahuin Blanco Tequila volume/size?


What is the alcohol percentage and proof of Cascahuin Blanco Tequila?

  • 40% ABV
  • 80 Proof

Where does Cascahuin Blanco Tequila come from?

Cascahuin Blanco Tequila comes from a town in Jalisco, Mexico called El Arenal. Cascahuin itself is a family-owned business that was started in1904 by Salvador Rosales Briseño.

The producer of Cascahuin Blanco Tequila

Cascahuin Blanco Tequila is produced by ‘Cascahuin Distillery’ or ‘Destiladora del Valle de Tequila Cascahuín’ - the longer name in Spanish. They’ve been producing tequila for over a hundred years, recognised in the region of Jalisco as one of the better, higher quality tequilas, with some of the most authentic and traditional methods.

How to enjoy Cascahuin Blanco Tequila

If you’re fond of sipping your tequila in a cold glass with some ice, Cascahuin Blanco Tequila will be perfect for you. You’ll be able to really appreciate the sweet aroma and flavour when drinking on the rocks.

Cascahuin Blanco Tequila cocktail ideas

Fancy a cocktail? We recommend trying the Paloma - a perfect cocktail to enjoy Cascahuin Blanco Tequila:


  • 2 oz Cascahuín Blanco Tequila
  • 3 oz grapefruit soda (such as Squirt or Britvic)
  • 1/2 oz fresh lime juice
  • Salt to rim the glass (optional)


  1. Rim a glass with salt if desired.
  2. Fill the glass with ice and add the Cascahuín Blanco Tequila and lime juice.
  3. Top with grapefruit soda and gently stir.
  4. Finally, add a slice of grapefruit to garnish, and enjoy!




All orders are fully insured for loss or damage.

We pack each individual bottle with a tight fitting inflatable bottle protector and then surround it with shredded packing protection before boxing.

48 Hour tracked delivery is FREE for orders of £100 and over.

48 Hour tracked delivery is £3.99 for orders below £100.

Express delivery options are available for £9.99

Items ordered by 10:00am will be despatched the following day.

Northern Ireland standard delivery is £9.99.

Northern Ireland express delivery is £19.99.



You can cancel your purchase at anytime before it has been despatched.

We have a 7-day return policy for items that have been despatched, which means you have 7 days after receiving your item to request a return, please note that this only relates to items that are defective or damaged.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it, and in its original packaging. Once your return has been received, a refund will be processed.

To start a return, you can contact us at We will then send you a return shipping label, as well as instructions on how and where to send your package. Items sent back to us without first requesting a return will not be accepted.

Once a return has been authorised you have a maximum of one month to ensure that we receive your returned purchase.

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Please inspect your order upon reception and contact us within 24 hours if the item is defective, damaged or if you receive the wrong item, so that we can evaluate the issue and make it right.

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Certain types of items cannot be returned, such as special order/personalized items. Please get in touch if you have questions or concerns about your specific item. 

The fastest way to ensure you get what you want is to return the item you have, and once the return is accepted, make a separate purchase for the new item.

We will notify you once we’ve received and inspected your return. If approved, you’ll be automatically refunded on your original payment method. Please remember it can take some time for your bank or credit card company, usually 3 to 5 working days, to process and return the refund. We have the right to cancel and refund any order.

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