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Casa Noble's roots can be traced as far back as the mid-1700s, as a hacienda surrounded by a vast land where only one thing was to be found: Blue Agave (Tequilana Weber), tequila's one and only source.

In a few years, this particular hacienda became one of the most industrially developed facilities of the region; its lands holding close to 1 million agave plants.

The whole region recorded a 6 million total. At the turn of the century, this hacienda had a daily production capacity of ten 66-liter barrels.

By the early 1900s, the beverage known as "vino mezcal" or "vino tequila" began growing in popularity and acceptance as a straight drink, unfiltered and undiluted.

At Casa Noble, making tequila is a ritual that reflects a deep respect for all the mysticism and tradition that this beverage engendered for the Mexican people, and that now has extended to many other countries.

Tequila Casa Noble holds in each and every one of its bottles the essence of our culture, the flavour of the land, the passion for perfection, an obsession to produce only the purest and authentic tequila.