At one they use a Tahona, a large millstone pulled by two mules which was the first method used to crush agave. At the other a Molino, an old-fashioned roller mill, is used. The juices are combined and distilled twice in copper stills and filtered to remove all impurities. Their añejo is then aged for 24 months in white oak barrels.
Siete Leguas, named after the horse belonging to Pancho Villa, is a Highlands tequila from Atotonilco El Alto. Agave piñas are harvested, cooked in ovens, and then pressed by either a mule-driven tahona or shredded by more contemporary techniques.
Full bodied silver tequila with bright, intense silvery hues. Savor the splendid aromas and lingering flavors of the Tequilana Blue Weber Agave. This tequila is actually distilled at two of the brand’s own distilleries, Fábricas El Centenario and La Vencedora.