In front of 250 people, Depeche Mode proceeded to stun fans with the first ever-live performance of the 1986 B-Side single But Not Tonight. The bands full Delta Machine world tour kicks off May 4th in France.
DeLeón Rocks. It’s how you drink it. It’s what we do.
Award season is officially in effect. DeLeón Tequila and The Weinstein Company hosted the most sought-after party celebrating the Golden Globes Sunday night.
Guests included Robert Pattinson, Jeremy Renner, P Diddy, and Vanessa Hudgens who crowded around the one-of-a-kind DeLeón bar constructed entirely out of gold DeLeón corks for a chance to get a specialty cocktail and a taste of the brands full portfolio.
The cast of Django Unchained congratulated Best Supporting Actor winner Christoph Waltz while Bradley Cooper, Daniel Craig, Jennifer Lopez, Jonah Hill, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Richard Gere, Taylor Swift and Kate Hudson chatted around the tables of Harvey Weinstein and Quentin Tarantino. Even Kobe Bryant stopped by after the Lakers win.
The tequila kept the party rocking well in the early hours of the morning. Bill Murray held down the dance floor while Heidi Klum opted for tables.
DeLeón Founder and CEO, Brent Hocking, featured on Bloomberg Markets discussing why his newly released Leóna is redefining the tequila market one $825 dollar bottle at a time.
Unlike other tequila brands, DeLeón does not add chemicals for flavor or coloring. As Hocking explains, DeLeón insists on blending flavors naturally. This takes time, patience, and know-how.
Hocking ages his tequila in French Sauternes wine barrels. The Leóna is aged for a total of 34 months. This process is unique to DeLeón and as the spirit ages, draws upon the rich, sweet honey notes of the Sauternes barrels resulting in a flavor profile so complex it is being compared to a fine Cognac or Scotch.
Leóna is redefining the tequila category as a spirit of pure elegance and refinement. See interview here:
If anyone knows the finer things in life, it’s luxury lifestyle guidebook the Robb Report —which is why we weren’t surprised by their rave review of our DeLeón 51 Extra Añejo in this month’s February issue.
Renowned spirits critic Richard Carleton Hacker uncovers why DeLeón has become the only distillery capable of successfully releasing a cask-strength 102 proof Extra Añejo tequila.
After exalting the tequila’s “silky smoothness,” and “superb aromatics,” Hacker goes on to describe it as “perfection” “reminiscent of a single-malt Scotch” which even the Mayans would have admired.
DeLeón is the only tequila in the world pure enough to be released at cask-strength.
It’s no secret that wisdom comes with age, so it would make sense for the seemingly ageless Bob Barker to bring in his 88th with a shot of DeLeón. Continuing his ongoing tradition of birthday tequila shots, yesterday Barker met up with Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush to toast to another year of the good life with the best there is.