Tequila Partida Añejo

Tequila Partida Añejo

Tequila Partida Añejo

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Introducing Tequila Partida Añejo – an exquisite expression of craftsmanship and tradition that transcends the boundaries of tequila excellence. Meticulously crafted in the heart of Mexico's tequila region, this Añejo tequila is the epitome of aging perfection.

Craftsmanship: Tequila Partida takes pride in its artisanal approach to crafting exceptional tequila. The blue agave plants, hand-harvested from the fertile soils of the Jalisco Highlands, are carefully selected for their optimal ripeness. The hearts, or piñas, are then slowly roasted in traditional brick ovens, extracting the sweet nectar that forms the foundation of this distinguished Añejo tequila.

The aging process takes place in charred American oak barrels, allowing the tequila to absorb the nuances of the wood and develop its unique character. Every bottle of Tequila Partida Añejo is a testament to the dedication and expertise of the master distillers who carefully oversee each stage of production.

Versatility: Tequila Partida Añejo is not just a spirit; it's an experience. Savor it neat to appreciate the intricacies of its aging or elevate your favorite cocktails to new heights. Whether enjoyed in a classic Old Fashioned or as the star of a premium Margarita, this Añejo tequila adds a layer of sophistication to any occasion.

Presentation: The Tequila Partida Añejo bottle is a work of art in itself, featuring an elegant design that reflects the quality and refinement within. Packaged in a beautiful box, it makes for an exceptional gift for tequila enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike.

Indulge in the rich heritage and unparalleled craftsmanship of Tequila Partida Añejo – a tequila that transcends time, elevating every moment with its exquisite flavor profile and undeniable sophistication.

Tequila Partida Añejo presents itself with a deep, amber-gold hue, reminiscent of aged mahogany. As you pour it into a glass, the liquid coats the sides, forming slow, elegant legs that promise a rich and indulgent experience.

The aromatic bouquet is a delightful harmony of enticing scents. The initial notes reveal a subtle sweetness reminiscent of caramelized sugar and honey. As you delve deeper, a symphony of vanilla and toasted oak emerges, perfectly complemented by a hint of baking spices. The nose is complex yet inviting, setting the stage for the layers of flavor to come.

Upon the first sip, Tequila Partida Añejo blankets the palate with a velvety texture. The initial taste is a fusion of sweet and savory, with distinct notes of creamy vanilla and butterscotch taking center stage. The oak influence is evident, imparting a refined smokiness that adds depth and character. Mid-palate, a subtle spiciness develops, contributing a tantalizing warmth without overpowering the nuanced sweetness.

The finish is a lingering masterpiece, gracefully fading with a gentle warmth. The sweet notes persist, leaving traces of caramel and toffee, while the oak imparts a subtle dryness that balances the overall profile. The finale is smooth and enduring, inviting you to savor the memory of each sip.

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 is a distilled spirit made from the Weber blue agave plant that grows in Mexico. The blue agave plant has huge spikes that come up from a central core that is called the pina. After the leaves are removed, the pina is the part of the plant that is used to make tequila.STEVE LAUTH PROMOTED TO PRESIDENT & CEO, TEQUILA PARTIDA: Lauth to Drive Continued Growth, Manage Edrington Partnership for World's Highest Rated Tequila.The time that the tequila spends aging in barrel is what determines whether it will be a blanco, which is unaged, a reposado, which is aged up to a year, or an añejo, which has been aged from 1-2years.
Mexican laws state that tequila can be produced only in the state of Jalisco and limited municipalities in the states of Guanajuato, Michoacán, Nayarit, and Tamaulipas. Tequila is recognized as a Mexican designation of origin product in more than 40 countries.

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