Partida Elegante Extra Anejo Tequila

Vendor Partida
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Introducing Partida Elegante Extra Anejo Tequila – a masterpiece in the world of premium spirits. Crafted with precision and passion, this exceptional tequila embodies the pinnacle of aging, delivering an unparalleled sensory experience for the most discerning connoisseurs.

Aging gracefully for an impressive minimum of three years in specially selected American oak barrels, Partida Elegante Extra Anejo Tequila transcends the boundaries of traditional tequila craftsmanship. The extended maturation process allows the spirit to develop a rich and complex character, achieving a deep amber hue that hints at the extraordinary journey it has undergone.

As you pour a glass of Partida Elegante, the aroma captivates the senses with a symphony of caramel, vanilla, and subtle hints of spice. Each sip reveals a harmonious balance of flavors, where the sweetness of cooked agave intertwines with notes of toffee, dark chocolate, and a whisper of oak. The velvety texture coats the palate, leaving a luxurious and lingering finish that lingers like a fine melody.

This tequila is more than a drink; it is a celebration of time, tradition, and dedication to excellence. Partida Elegante Extra Anejo Tequila is best enjoyed slowly, savored in a snifter or tulip-shaped glass to fully appreciate its depth and complexity. Whether you're a seasoned aficionado or a newcomer to the world of premium spirits, Partida Elegante is a testament to the artistry of tequila-making, setting a new standard for what an extra añejo tequila can achieve.

Elevate your spirits collection with Partida Elegante Extra Anejo Tequila – a symbol of sophistication, a tribute to time, and an experience that transcends the ordinary.




Tasting Notes

Rich, deep amber in color, reminiscent of polished mahogany. Swirling the liquid in the glass reveals thick legs, indicating the tequila's well-aged and indulgent nature.

The nose is greeted with an opulent bouquet of caramel and vanilla, inviting you into a world of indulgence. As the aromas evolve, subtle hints of dried fruit, toasted oak, and a delicate touch of baking spices emerge, creating an enticing and complex olfactory experience.

The first sip is a revelation of the exceptional craftsmanship behind Partida Elegante. Sweetness from the cooked agave takes center stage, accompanied by luscious notes of toffee and dark chocolate. The velvety mouthfeel coats the palate, while a gentle warmth from the oak barrels adds depth and complexity. Layers of flavor unfold, revealing nuanced hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and a touch of leather, contributing to the tequila's intricate profile.

The finish is a crescendo of flavor that lingers long after the last sip. The sweetness gives way to a subtle spiciness, and the oak imparts a refined, lingering warmth. A perfect balance of sweet and savory notes leaves a lasting impression, inviting you to savor the memory of this extraordinary tequila.

Distillery Information

Tequila Partida was founded in 2005 and inspired by its namesake, Enrique Partida, a third-generation agave farmer who was considered a master in his community. Tequila Partida is farmed, distilled, blended, aged and bottled in the town of Tequila Mexico.
In 2005, Tequila Partida launched with inspiration, and a name, from third-generation agave farmer Enrique Partida, who was considered a leader in his community.
Tequila (/təˈkiːlə/; Spanish: [teˈkila]) is a distilled beverage made from the blue agave plant, primarily in the area surrounding the city of Tequila 65 km (40 mi) northwest of Guadalajara, and in the Jaliscan Highlands (Los Altos de Jalisco) of the central western Mexican state of Jalisco.
Añejo – Tequilas aged between 1-3 years in oak barrels. Extra Añejo is aged 3 years or more. Mixto – Tequila containing less than 100% blue agave, usually mixed with sugars or other spirits.
Tequila contains 40–50 percent alcohol (80–100 U.S. proof). The beverage, which was developed soon after the Spaniards introduced distillation to Mexico, is named for the town of Tequila in the Mexican state of Jalisco where it is produced.