Crafting the Perfect Organic Tequila: Quintaliza’s Journey through Sustainability and Certification
With Quintaliza’s recent release, it’s about time we look back at all of the hard work that got us to where we are today. Join us as we delve into the meticulous process of creating a truly sustainable and certified organic tequila, from the initial considerations to our final emergence into the market. Whether you’ve been wondering about how to craft your own spirit or you simply want to hear more about how Quintaliza meets the highest standards of production, read on to discover all the hoops we’ve jumped through on the way.
Important Considerations: Price, Availability, and More
Before delving into the realm of organic tequila, it is vital to understand the critical factors that shape its journey from field to bottle. As you might guess, organic production is much more expensive. We always knew we would stay true to the authentic nature of agave, so the price variation was a worthy investment for Quintaliza. The availability of organic ingredients and production facilities can also impact production. Sometimes you have to jump on an opportunity as soon as it becomes available, even when you’re not ready. It happened to us.
Sustainable Production: Nurturing the Environment:
Let’s dive deep into the heart of sustainable tequila production. From the cultivation of organic agave plants to our environmentally conscious distillation process, Quintaliza employs innovative techniques and practices that uphold the principles of sustainability. Although organic products are harder and more expensive to produce, Quintaliza aims to be part of the solution—not part of the problem. Our goal is to eliminate waste at every step of the process, so we knew we weren’t getting into a “get-rich-quick” scheme.
Approval and Organic Tequila Certification: Unveiling the Paperwork Trail
Embarking on the path to organic tequila certification requires navigating a maze of paperwork and regulations. Since our distillery was already approved as organic, it could have been somewhat of an easy certification process, but have we ever taken the easy way out? No—due to our propriety aging process using coffee barrels, we also had to prove that our coffee never left the hands of a certified organic distributor. Why is organic more expensive? Each hand that this product touches needs to be certified organic. Their licenses need to be renewed via vigorous inspections, and they have to incorporate that expense into their pricing. If you want to be sustainable, health-conscious, and “do the right thing,” it’s gonna cost you.
Getting It Out There: Sharing the Organic Spirit
The journey of organic tequila doesn’t end with certification; it begins a new chapter—getting it into the market. From branding and marketing initiatives to forging sustainable partnerships, introducing Quintaliza tequila to discerning spirits enthusiasts worldwide is a feat in itself. That’s why we couldn’t be more grateful for connoisseurs and curious minds like yourself. A bold new offering such as Quintaliza simply couldn’t exist without the interest and support of those who value innovation and evolution, so cheers to you!
Quintaliza Reposado is Now Available