We often see indigenous mythology used in tequila and mezcal branding. In this case it is Quetzalcoatl which was a deity among the Aztecs. The feathered serpent god was known among other cultures as well, albeit under different names. Kukulkan among the Yucatec Maya, and Q’uq’umatz and Tohil among the K’iche’ Maya.
Interpreted as deity of wind and rain, bringer of knowledge and the inventor of books he had a busy schedule, and we have not even gotten started on the tequila thing. Behind the colourful label is a great reposado tequila with a relaxed attiude, The orange and black pepper flavours blend perfectly with notes of baked agave. It is sublimely well suitede for all sort of cocktails.