Since 1967, Olmeca has been made 2,100 metres above sea level at Los Altos in Mexico. This region is renowned for its mineral-rich, red soil and especially pure-tasting tequila. Olmeca is distributed in 80 countries and is among the leaders in several markets such as Russia, where it is the no.1 tequila.
History and know-how
Olmeca’s production process underpins the tequila’s superlative quality, with craftsmanship playing a prominent role. The process makes use of the ‘Tahona’ method dating back some 500 years, which enables the extraction of a liqueur (‘Tahona’) from the finest blue agave plants. This liqueur is then distilled in copper stills, lending Olmeca a very smooth taste.
Range and Tasting
Olmeca Tequila is the range’s premium offering.
Olmeca Altos is the super-premium variant and the perfect base for margaritas.
Olmeca Tezón is made exclusively from Tahona liqueur. It is very smooth and should be enjoyed straight.
Olmeca Fusión is a separate range combining tequila with cocktail flavours, such as hibiscus, dark chocolate and margaritas.