Arette tequila is produced by Tequila Arette de Jalisco. It was founded in the 1900s by the Orendain family.
The name of the brand comes from Arette, which is the name of the horse that won a bronze and two Gold Olympic medals in horse jumping. The brand was introduced in 1986 to commemorate this event, which so far are the only medals won by Mexico in this discipline.
Master distillers Eduardo and Jaime Orendain are grandsons of Don Eduardo Orendain - the fifth generation to produce tequila.
Eduardo is the former Mayor of the town of Tequila is president of the National Chamber for the Tequila Industry. The Arette distillery still operates from the original building where production began in the early 1900s in the Tequila city centre.
Arette Tequila is made from 100% Estate Agave. The Orendain brothers have followed the legacy of their grandfather by preserving the original artisanal practices and continuing to produce highest quality Tequila.
A favourite with bartenders in city centres everywhere.