So you finally joined the club of people who Know what it means to take Clase Azul Tequilla, and you are are asking How much is clase azul in Nigeria?
Although Clase Azul is scarcely stocked in Nigerian drink Stores because it is perceived to be expensive, but the few persons like you who are in touch with the class of drink this is, will ordinarily damn the cost. Also, you will agree with me that Clase Azul is worth the scarcity.
In this blog post, I have taken time both to answer your questions such as How much is Clase Azul in Nigeria, where to buy clase azul tequila near you, where is clase azul tequila made and how to drink clase Azul tequila for optimum satisfaction.
So let's dive right into it...
From years of selling Clase Azul in Nigeria, there has never been any significant increase in the price. Currently in Nigeria, a glass of Clase Azul is worth ₦169,500. This price includes delivery cost to any part of the country.
When you finally decide to make your order for a glass of this classy drink in Nigeria, you have got to be careful to not fall into the wrong hands.
As I have rightly stated in the beginning of this post, not many drink stores stock Clase Azul. There are just an handful of places in Nigeria where this Classy drink can be bought, and the bulk of these places are online. You may visit 7B, Ogbunike Street, Lekki Phase 1. Lagos Nigeria to grab your bottle of this Classy Drink or simply Check out the Liammart online Store To Make Your order for the Clase Azul Tequila.
The Clase Azul Reposado Tequila is made at Productos Finos de Agave at Nom in the Jesus Maria region of Arandas in Los Altos (highlands), Jalisco, Mexico
Clase Azul is made purely from Agave tequilana, commonly called blue agave or tequila agave. This is an agave and Very important plant to Mexico.
Clase Azul is an ultra-premium, 100% Weber Blue Agave, Reposado Tequila. Clase Azul Tequila is the perfect union between the finest of all Tequila and tall, handsome decanters which are handcrafted, hand-painted, and numbered by local artisans. Known as “majolica” in Spain.
Additionally beautiful is the Clase Azul bottle style which is called “Talavera”. This bottle was was introduced to Mexico by Spanish artisans of the Colonial period.
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