The KAH Tequila Bundle Includes:
Kah Tequila Reposado:
Presented in a red and yellow, inspired by the Peruvian celebrations of Día de los Muertos where a dance to Satan is performed wearing long, dangling upturned crucifixes. It is believed that Satan himself leads the dance. The dance is performed in honor of the devil & tequila is poured on the ground as an offering to appease him and keep people safe.
The cork takes the shape of pan de muerto (bread of the dead), a common offering for the dead.
Kah Tequila Anejo
Black and white skull inspired by the Nicaraguan Día de los Muertos traditions who take the ritual of shrine building and gift giving to the next level. Many people spend the night and have a meal in the graveyard with their loved ones to re-enforce the emotional connection between them and the deceased. The cork takes the shape of pan de muerto (bread of the dead), a common offering for the dead.
Kah Tequila Blanco:
White skull is inspired by the Bolivian tradition of Día de los Muertos celebration. The skulls of loved ones are kept and brought out on November 8th each year. The skulls are carried to the cemetery where they’ve given cigarettes and tequila believing that it immortalizes the dead who then protect the living from evil spirits.