Arette is named for a Mexican show jumping horse that won double gold medals at the 1948 London Olympics. The Orendain family has deep roots in the Valley of Tequila. To create Arette Tequila, Eduardo and Jaime Orendain returned in 1978 and rebuilt the original building where the family history of Tequila production began in the early 1900s.
Arette's estate-bottled 100% de Agave Tequilas are a combination of heritage, craft, and value using traditional methods such as double pot distillation. Their blanco has a smooth herbal flavor with fine citric touches. Palate confirms the caramel flavor of cooked agave and a rich blend of fruit flavors, a little spicy with a very pleasant long-lasting finish. (from Arette)
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