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Amatitena - Blanco Tequila 100% De Agave Azul

Amatitena - Blanco Tequila 100% De Agave Azul

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Recently named a UNESCO World Heritage site, the community of Amatitán, Jalisco, is home to the oldest recorded evidence of employing fermenters and stills to make agave spirits (aka vino de mezcal) in all of Mexico—particularly in the famous valley below the ancient Volcano Tequila. Embracing the future of that heritage by returning to tequila’s roots, Amatiteña aims to express this historic terroir with as much depth and integrity as possible. The brand is unique in today’s market: a single-estate tequila, made exclusively using artisanal methods that date back to the early 19thCentury or before.


  • Blanco tequila produced in Amatitán, Jalisco (NOM 1477)
  • Maestro Tequilero Alberto Partida
  • 100% Azul aka Blue Weber (Agave tequilana)
  • Single-estate agave (current batches are from fields El Novillero and Las Rosas)
  • Cooked in a traditional, mesquite-wood-fired stone oven (without steam)
  • Milled using an automated tahona (traditional stone wheel mill)
  • Fermented with fibers (bagasse) in open air wood tanks (tinas), using spring water & ambient yeast
  • Distilled in historical copper pot stills from the 19th century
  • Distinct aromas of mesquite, marjoram, menthol, and burnt marshmallow carry through to the palate where they are joined by subtle notes of purple flowers, fresh vanilla bean, dried dates & figs, heath bar, and a persistent pulse of salinity
  • Certified additive free by Tequila Matchmaker
  • 42% ABV

The core expression from Amatiteña plants a flag, early and proud. With powerful aromas that strike the nose long before the glass reaches your lips, every batch is a unique statement of time and terroir. Made from estate-grown agave exclusively using historic techniques—from wood-fired oven to stone tahona, from open-air fermenters to the fabrica’s original copper pot stills—Amatiteña makes no apologies for the stunning, even formidable profile of its blanco.

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