The front of the bottle Arette Suave Reposado
Arette Suave Reposado at the bar

Arette Artesanal Suave Reposado, 70cl 38 %

"A reposado filled with flowers and herbs” 
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A reposado where the heart of the distillation is smaller than normal tequilas
  • Category: Agave Distill
  • SKU: 10004
Facts
  • Brand Arette Artesanal Suave
  • Distillery Name Destilleria El Llano
  • Class Tequila 100 % Agave
  • Alcoholic grade 38 %
  • Content 70 cl
  • Country distilled México
  • Country of bottling México
  • 100% agave tequilana weber azul Made by Orendain family, one of the most important in tequila business A true testament of a valley tequila Aged for 8 months in American White Oak Smaller heart of the distillation Fermented in concrete containers
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Color, aromas and taste.
Colour
  • color
    Yellow Gold
    Yellow Gold
Aromas
  • Citrus Nose: 0; Mouth: 0
    Citrus
  • Dried grass Nose: 0; Mouth: 0
    Dried grass
  • Mint Nose: 0; Mouth: 0
    Mint
  • Flowers Nose: 0; Mouth: 0
    Flowers
  • Orange Nose: 0; Mouth: 0
    Orange
  • Black Pepper Nose: 0; Mouth: 0
    Black Pepper
Taste
  • Dry Intensity: 0.00%
    Dry
  • Sweetness Intensity: 0.00%
    Sweetness
Food pairings
  • seafood
    Seafood
  • Charcuterie
    Charcuterie

Pale golden. Citrus, grass, traces of oak and evident traces of mint and flowers. Opens softly and relatively dry, passes into orange and black pepper with a long finish of pepper and sweetness. A very elegant and complex reposado, with a fine balance between the agave and the barrel. 

cocktail Served as a digestive in a Riedel tequila glass slightly below room temperature (about 16-18 ° C). Or why not try it with seafood and light charcuterie. 

Brand and creators
Jaime Orendain and Eduardo Orendain in the fields
Jaime Orendain and Eduardo Orendain in the fields
The front of the Llano Distillery
The front of the Llano Distillery
Eduardo Orendain Sr. and Jr., two generations
Eduardo Orendain Sr. and Jr., two generations
Small batch hand-crafted tequila 100% Agave - Family owned for 5 Generations Distillery "El Llano" since 1900 creates the Tequila Arette named after Humberto Mariles' horse, with which he competed at the 1948 London Olympics wining both individual and team show jumping events in 1948. Tequila Arette has become a favorite among Mixologists around the world because its unique flavours, truthfullnes to the original recipe and still afordable price and unique aromas of the more aged tequilas.
Production details
The agave used in the production of this tequila is exclusively cultivated in fields of the outskirts of the Tequila town (most other tequilas available on the European market are either made of agave from several towns within Jalisco, especially around Los Altos). This agave has a relatively high fibre content and low water content, which often adds aromas of citrus and herbs.
Artwork Tequilana Weber Blue
  • FIELD LOCATION
    Amatitán, Jalisco
  • SINGLE ESTATE RAW MATERIAL
  • Cultivated
    Wild
plant
The distillery has a small yearly production and uses only traditional methods. Tequila Arette de Jalisco is owned by Eduardo and Jaime Orendain. The two brothers grew up in a family that has been very important for the tequila industry and the town of Tequila. Their father owns one of Mexico's biggest tequila distilleries (Orendain), and Eduardo has been mayor in the Tequila town. 
  • DISTILLERY LOCATION
    TequilaJalisco
  • NOM
    1109
  • THE BRAND OWNER OWNS/ CONTROLS THE DISTILLERY
The Jima in the beautiful fields
The Jima in the beautiful fields
The proces from the oven to the Milling
The proces from the oven to the Milling
Waiting for the owen in Tequila Arette
Waiting for the owen in Tequila Arette
La Jima in El Llano Fields
La Jima in El Llano Fields
The beautiful view in El Llano Fields
The beautiful view in El Llano Fields
The Fields in El Llano Distillery
The Fields in El Llano Distillery
Milling the Agaves of Arette
Milling the Agaves of Arette
The Distillation Process in El Llano
The Distillation Process in El Llano
Inside the Arette Autoclave
Inside the Arette Autoclave
The fermentation process of Arettes Suaves
The fermentation process of Arettes Suaves
The brick oven for the Arette Suave cooking
The brick oven for the Arette Suave cooking
Arette Suave Añejo Aging
Arette Suave Añejo Aging
The strought agaves in Tequila Arette
The strought agaves in Tequila Arette
The hard work of the donkey at the fields
The hard work of the donkey at the fields

Manufacturing and aging

The agave used in the production of this tequila is exclusively cultivated in fields of the outskirts of the town of Tequila (most other tequilas available on the European market are either made of agave from several towns within Jalisco, especially around Los Altos). This agave has a
relatively high fibre content and low water content, which often adds aromas of citrus and herbs. The agave is cooked in a pressure cooker, which enhance aromas from the raw agave. It has been aged between six and eight months in barrels previously used for aging bourbon and whiskey.
Plantation Type
Plantation Type
Cooking
Cooking
Brick oven
Milling
Milling
Mechanical mill
Fermentation Method
Fermentation Method
Liquid, Added Own jeast culture
Distillation
Distillation
Stainless Steel Pot Still
Intermediate Storage
Intermediate Storage
Ageing
Ageing
Overground Ageing
Dilution
Dilution
Own well
Bottling
Bottling
  • NO Use of accelerators under fermentation
    NO Additives after distillation

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