After filming on location in London and across Mexico, Olmeca Tequila is proud to launch the Olmeca Altos Short Films. Beautifully shot and with a dynamic and contemporary feel, the series of five documentaries feature Henry Besant and Dre Masso as they travel through the origins of Tequila to tell us about its unique production; they also take a look at modern uses of the Agave plant and the tezontle stone, before returning to London to observe how the category has affected the vibrant bar scene.

As promised we're back once again with the third film in the series. Tahona takes a look at why the ancient Tahona method used to produce Olmeca Altos creates a more flavoursome Tequila, before moving on to Biko – Mexico’s highest rated restaurant – to see how they use the same volcanic rock in their contemporary kitchen.

Be sure to come back to the site in the coming weeks for the next videos in the series Master Distiller and Coming Home.

You can of course stay up to date with all the films, as well as all other things Olmeca, through the Olmeca You Tube channel.