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Partida Anejo Tequila

Partida Añejo, aged 18-months in American oak one-pass Jack Daniels barrels, reveals an intense flavor – a flavor that can only come from advanced aging.

With its rich golden color - a mix of ochre and copper tones - the Partida Anejo is packed with zest. Its fruity aroma comes from a light blend of cherry, almond, dried fruit and spices. As for its captivating taste…soft honey fruited tones blended with flavors of banana, chocolate and sweet pear. The result: A spectacular finish. To taste this tequila’s true flavor, it’s got to be savored.

Intense golden color with ochre and copper tones; clean and full-bodied. A fruity aroma with notes of cherry, almond, dried fruit and spices. Soft honey fruited tones, with flavors of banana, chocolate and sweet pear with a finish that is spectacular. Tequila to be savored slowly.

The Partida Process: A Tequila Legacy

From cultivation and harvest to cooking, distillation and aging, Partida Tequila maintains exceptional standards of quality and consistency. Generations of Tequila-making expertise has been combined with the finest modern techniques to produce Partida Tequila.

While most Tequila distillers draw from a jumble of different agave growers, the Partidas draw from a single source – their family plantation. Complete control over their blue agave supply gives Partida Tequila an unusual degree of control over the ultimate quality of their Tequila.

The 5,000-acre estate Partida lies just outside the village of Amatitán in the shadow of a dormant volcano where, for several generations, the Partidas have tilled the rich, red soil. The Tequilas produced here are imbued with a nuanced flavor profile that, like fine wine, speaks of its origins in the land.

The Partida estate allows their agave plants ten years from shoots to harvest to fully mature, ensuring full, ripe, rich flavor. The heart of the agave plant – la piña – is the soul of Tequila. After harvest, the piñas are baked slowly and gently for 20 hours, unlike other producers who steam-blast them in a quarter of the time. Partida Tequila is then distilled twice: once to purify the fermented liquid and again to bring it to perfection.

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