Devil's Gun Tequila

Introducing Devil’s Gun 54 Pistola del Diablo

Introducing Devil’s Gun 54.

Made with the world’s best blue agave Devil’s Gun 54 will be the gold standard in tequila.

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The Song That Started It All

Back in the late 1970’s the single, hippest, coolest place on the planet was located in mid-town Manhattan. Its name was Studio 54.

When Studio 54 first opened its doors, the song “Devil’s Gun” by C. J. & Company played and, in that moment, a new era felt around the world was created. It was a place people came to be seen and heard!

That’s why when it came time to find a name for my exclusive new tequila, I couldn’t think of a better way to honor this legendary club than to include it in our name.

I invite you to try Devil’s Gun 54 just once. I think you’ll agree that just like its namesake it’s the single, hippest, coolest tequila on the planet.

Our Products


Anjelo

Añejo

Expert aging and blending result in a sophisticated, oaky body and ricjbold flavor. Aged up to four years in small oak barrels, our Añekjo exhibits a vivid, golden copper color. Exceptionally smooth and flavorful.

Blanco

Blanco

Our Blanco tequila is unnamed and bottled immediately after distillation to capture the essence of our highland blue weber agave. The mineralogy of our soil and water shines through in this traditional, agave-forward tequila.

Reposado

Reposado

Smooth and dry, yet fruit forward. Aged up to 364 days in small oak barrels, the maximum aging allowed by law before the tequila is designated Añejo.

What Makes Pistola del Diablo 54 Stand Out:

The masters at our partner distillery take no shortcuts and have upheld the traditional method of Tequila production for over 70 years. Every step in the Tequila making process, from selecting the perfect Agave plants, harvesting, cooking, shredding, fermenting, and distillation is highly monitored by the experts at our partnered distillery to ensure that each and every bottle of Devil’s Gun 54 Tequila is of the highest possible quality.

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How Devil’s Gun 54 Is Made:

1.Reception & Cooking of Agave

Upon reception, our Agave plants are sorted by size to ensure a uniform and precise cooking time for each plant. The sorted plants are then placed into traditional brick ovens and are cooked in three separate stages. Our cooking process can take up to 36 hours to complete and the steps of this process are meticulously followed with every batch of Devil’s Gun 54 Tequila.

2.Fermentation

Upon reception, our Agave plants are sorted by size to ensure a uniform and precise cooking time for each plant. The sorted plants are then placed into traditional brick ovens and are cooked in three separate stages. Our cooking process can take up to 36 hours to complete and the steps of this process are meticulously followed with every batch of Devil’s Gun 54 Tequila.

3.Distillation

After the fermentation process is complete, a two-stage distillation process is then carried out. The result of this stage is the earliest form of our 100% agave tequila.

4.Maturation

The distilled tequila is then matured in the aging room where over 1,200 barrels are kept at precise moisture, ventilation, and light exposure conditions. Our Tequila Blanco, Reposado, & Añejo all develop their unique characteristics during this process with specific barrel types and maturation times up to 3 years respectively.

5.Bottling & Quality Control

Our tequilas are then filtered to improve brilliance and purity, oxygenated to provide greater softness, laboratory tested for quality, and finally bottled & packaged for sale.

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