Almave Ámbar drink will be sold for $39.99 per 700 ml bottle, that is, about 730 Mexican pesos.
The seven-time world champion of Formula 1, Lewis Hamilton, took advantage of the framework of the Grand Prix in Mexico City to announce the launch of their drink made with blue agave.
The British noted that he liked the taste of tequila and respected the Mexican tradition, but for his drinking, he decided to exclude alcohol.
The brand of Hamilton is called “Almave” and will be on the market soon.
“With Almave, our goal is to offer a high-quality option that does not compromise the texture and flavors of tequila and provides a truly authentic non-alcoholic blue agave experience. “We are keeping the legacy and traditions of making tequila, but what we create is a unique spirit,” said the pilot. Mercedes.
The drink is made in collaboration with Lewis Hamilton Casa Lumbre and Copper, which is the first distilled non-alcoholic blue agave liquor.
“I’m excited to introduce Almave to people; it’s a project I’ve been working on for a long time at Casa Lumbre,” he said. Hamilton founder of Almave.
“There is a huge hunger for quality alternatives for those times when people don’t want to drink alcohol, but also don’t want to compromise on taste, so our product must include agave to reflect the taste of regular tequila. “I think it tastes amazing and what we’re doing is like nothing on the market, so I can’t wait to see what you think,” said the Briton.
Almave Ámbar will be sold for $39.99 per 700 ml bottle, that is, about 730 Mexican pesos, while Almave Blanco will be sold for 35.99 dollars (659 Mexican pesos) for 700 ml.
With this, Hamilton and a Czech Perez like a pilot Formula 1 which has its brand of drinks, although the pilot from Guadalajara contains alcohol and is called Tequila Patrón.