Tequila Arette

Tequila Arette

About Tequila Arette

Arette tequila is produced in the distillery and of the El Lano Destiladora Azteca de Jalisco, SA de CV in the Tequila stronghold Tequila in grades Blanco Suave Blanco (the milder version, because Suave means soft and fine), Suave and Reposado produced Extra Aejo. The latter Tequila reached its full development by three years' storage in former bourbon oak barrels. The tequila is named after the winner of the horse show jumper Humberto Mariles Corts , who at the Summer Olympic Games in 1948 in both the individual and the team won the gold medal riding.