Siete Leguas anejo tequila is aged for 24 months.
NamedTop Anejo Tequila in the 2008 San Francisco Competition.
Paul Pacult of theSpirit Journal highly recommended (4-star rating) this tequila saying, "Nice to see an anejo made in the Partida mode, where its wood maturation hand isn't overplayed and all the natural agave virtues are still present and accounted for. Very nice job here."
Casa 7 Leguas—"House of Seven Leagues"—claims more than 50 years in tequila making. They take their name from Pancho Villa's horse: Seven Leagues (7 Leguas). They also claim to be the only distiller to use mule-driven stone mills to extract agave miel (the juice or "honey" that is fermented and distilled to make tequila).