Based in Atotonilco el Alto in Jalisco, Mexico, Casa Siete Leguas has more than fifty years of experience in the making of tequila by means of a traditional process delivering full-bodied, high-quality spirits of refined flavour. The range consists of a Blanco, a Reposado, an Añejo and a D’Antaño, all made of 100% agave. The D’Antaño is aged up to five years.

Casa 7 Leguas were the previous producers of the now popular Tequila Patron. After high demand, 7 Leguas couln't keep up with production, Patron ceased their relationship and built their own distillery.  7 Leguas no longer produces it's formula for Patron, which now has a different formula and therefore taste.

Pancho Villa, a central character in revolutionary days, rode his horse Seven Leagues (Siete Leguas) across the Mexican land. Though Villa had a lot of detractors, he also had his share of faithful followers. One of the general’s greatest admirers was Don Ignacio González Vargas, a proud and enterprising Mexican. In a show of affection for the “Centaur of the North”, Don Ignacio named his own tequila after Pancho Villa’s favourite horse. Thus, Tequila Siete Leguas was born.