Cultural richness is presented in a beautiful glass liquor store, manufactured using a semi-handmade process, whose morphology evokes the lady juanans, glass containers, usually lined with wicker, where our ancestors kept the best tequilas, when they began to distill this elixir of the gods. The word damajuana comes from the French "dame-jeanne" and refers to the anecdote that tells how Queen Juana I of Naples, after taking refuge from a storm in a workshop of a master glassmaker, became interested in the manufacture of bottles. In that place the queen would have tried to make her own bottle and, blowing with great force, she got a ten-liter capacity, well above the size considered normal. This bottle and the others of its kind that were subsequently manufactured were given the name of dame-jeanne or "damajuana". In this presentation of Tequila Riqueza Cultural Premium, you can fully appreciate the flashes (colors) and qualities (body) of each type of tequila; White, Rest, Añejo and Extra Añejo.