it is off to the right a ways after a small tourist trap.
I went there today.
No offense intended at all but, the place itself seems like the tourist trap to me?
There was a bus there when I arrived and two more arrived while we were there.
There was a guy giving the official line and the tasting of all of the flavored versions. I got someone else and mostly had trouble getting him off topic long enough to answer the questions I really wanted to ask. It eventually became clear that they simply have the actual distillery (Metlalli in Amatitan) pack a private label for them, "exclusively" or so he said. I'm not sure that they have anything to do with the distillery itself but, guess they could have some arrangement similar to the Cofradia stores in town.
I tasted the anejo and my son had the blanco as well.
We both thought that the anejo was pretty good but, seemed a little "enhanced". The guy said it was 7 years in Fr. oak barrels which I seriously doubt? Not enough color, not excessively wood flavored but, there is an official line you know.
My son said that the blanco was harsh and over the top in alcohol burn. The sales pitch was that it made your margaritas powerful?
I don't remember the brand. They had the Don Tadeo brand on all of the flavors but it was something different on the straight tequila.
Lot's of cutsey bottle shapes but, he said that the tequila in them is all the same.
Embarrassed to say that I have no idea on the price? We fled when the 3rd bus arrived. I did see that the reposado was $900 pesos which is pretty spendy IMO. But, they were offering a one day only 20% off which probably will be in effect tomorrow as well, etc.
So you buy what you like but, for me there are a lot of options that are better and probably cheaper. But that's just my opinion so take it for what it's worth