Arette Tequila produces an ultra-premium lineup called Arette Suave at 120-year old Destileria El Llano. Arette Suave differs from Arette Classic by fermentation in permeable masonry tanks recessed into the ground, serving to soften the alcohols with cooler and longer fermentation. They also cut more of the heads and tails during distillation, leaving only the beautiful core of the heart of distillation for bottling. Finally, they age the Blanco in stainless steel tanks before bottling, and starting with Suave Blanco, they age Reposado, Añejo, and Gran Clase longer in American oak than Arette Classic. Arette Suave is truly for the aficionado.