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#ClaseAzulDiaDeMuertos Colores

Born from the encounter between cultures and worldviews, the celebration of Día de Muertos is one of Mexico’s most beloved and emblematic traditions.

During this time, we celebrate the memory of our loved ones who are no longer with us. As promoters of our culture, we’d like the whole world to be able to discover the magic and beauty of this colorful celebration.

We’re proud to present the new Clase Azul Tequila Día de Muertos Limited Edition Colores, a creation that pays homage to the colors that illuminate this iconic Mexican celebration.


The añejo tequila of this limited edition is inspired by Calaveritas de Azucar, a colorful sweet traditionally made during Día de Muertos.

In honor of this tradition, our Master Distiller chose to finish this tequila in casks of rhum agricole, an artisanal rum from the island of Martinique. The essence of this rum distilled from fresh sugarcane juice remains in the wooden casks and helps give the tequila its unique profile.

Exquisite Serve

Enjoy this añejo tequila neat in a tulip-shaped spirits glass.

Tasting Notes


The decanter created for this edition dedicated to Día de Muertos was inspired by Calaveritas de Azucar and other colorful decorations seen during this festivity.

The base of the decanter features a vivid, stylized illustration of traditional Día de Muertos decorations such as cempasúchil blossoms, papel picado and sugar calaveritas, as well as a lustrous, silver-plated ornament.


Traditional Calaveritas de Azucar take on a new form as the ornament that adorns Clase Azul Tequila Día de Muertos Limited Edition Colores. This intricate, silver-plated artisanal work was made by hand and decorated with beautifully colored enamels, a process that took around 12 days to complete.

Silver-plated brass ornament, handmade in Tesistán, Jalisco

Calaveritas de azúcar

Depictions of skulls are one of the key features of Día de Muertos and are commonplace in wider Mexican culture. These skulls often spark the curiosity of first-time travelers to Mexico; however, they are more a symbolic celebration of life than a traditional representation of death. 

An important part of Día de Muertos is the creation of traditional sweets called calaveritas de azúcar. These iconic skulls are fashioned from sugar and decorated with colorful icing and metallic foil.