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Código 1530

For generations, Código 1530 Tequila was reserved for only a few families and jimadors, made to a private recipe from a little distillery in Amatitán. This El Tequila Privado had no commercial pressure to veer from the centuries-old codes and customs – ‘Los Códigos’ – that made it special and eventually a brand was created to share the previously nameless spirit with the world.

In Amatitán, every drop of Código 1530’s offerings (Blanco, Rosa, Reposado, Añejo, and ‘Origen’ (the Extra-Añejo)) continues to be made to those same homemade recipes, beginning with fully-matured agave that is processed by a proprietary chopper to ensure elite extraction and cooked in stainless steel ovens. Código 1530 Tequila uses only Amatitán water from freshwater pools and rainwater, filtered through the volcanic soil of Los Bajos.

Fermentation is carried out with an organic yeast from a small family bakery in Amatitán, and distillation occurs twice in stills handmade by the distilling family themselves. French white oak red wine barrels from Napa Valley are used for the aged expressions and everything is bottled without any added sweeteners or colours.
Código 1530 bears the Jerusalem Cross as the symbol that forms part of the Jalisco Coat of Arms. This dates back to 1530 when, after a colonial struggle, Amatitán was officially recognized as a city of New Galicia and Jalisco was given a coat of arms by the Spanish monarchy, which was anchored by the Jerusalem Cross.

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