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Maestro Dobel Tequila

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Type  tequila
Country of origin  Mexico
Alcohol by volume  35% abv
Manufacturer  Proximo Spirits
Introduced  2008
Proof (US)  80
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Maestro Dobel Diamond Tequila is a blended Tequila produced by Proximo Spirits. It is the first ever multi-aged clear tequila.


History and description

Dobel was created by and named after Juan-Domingo "Dobel" Beckmann. Beckmann was the eleventh-generation leader of Jose Cuervo tequilas, in collaboration with master distillers ("Maestros") Marco Anguiano and Luis Yerenas. It was introduced in 2008.

Dobel is a blend of reposado, añejo and extra añejo tequilas, aged one, two and three years, respectively, in European white oak barrels, and then filtered to remove all color. The tequilas in the blend are distilled from 100% blue agave from a single estate in Jalisco, Mexico. Technically considered a reposado, it is the first ever multi-aged clear tequila.

The original bottle had a crystal-cut glass design with a thick metallic base. The current bottle is modeled after a 19th-century laboratory bottle.


In 2009, Bloomberg Businessweek named Dobel one of the world's 20 best tasting tequilas, stating that it "has the depth and character of the aged spirit without the color." Wine Enthusiast rated it a 93 in 2011, and it won gold medals at the 2011 and 2013 San Francisco World Spirits competitions, and a silver in 2010.


Ad campaigns for the tequila feature musician Perry Farrell, and Dobel has been a sponsor at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago, Illinois.


Maestro Dobel Tequila Wikipedia