The Camarena family have a field-to-bottle ethos, growing their agave in Arandas, in the rich mineral soil of the Jalisco Highlands. The family follows an artisanal style of production. Their agaves are slowly cooked in traditional 'hornos', crushed by a Tahona wheel and undergo an unusually long, natural fermentation process.
A more restrained Tequila than the Blanco and aged for four months in ex-bourbon casks, two months longer than the law dictates. Tapatio Reposado is best enjoyed in a wine glass to fully bring out the honey and spicy character.