Destilerías Panizo is a family-run business with a long tradition in the alcoholic beverage sector (liqueurs and orujos). The company was created in 1938. In those days, a small copper still was used to distil the traditional aguardiente de orujo (Spanish pomace eau de vie) which was sold in the region of Tera. In the eighties, the third generation of the Panizo family, Jerónimo, María Jesús and Ana María, took charge of the business. They industrialised the production while maintaining traditional distillation methods, started producing new products and succeeded in earning a well-deserved place in the national market of orujo liqueurs. The company stands for innovation and new product development.
The traditional glass bottles that contain their orujos have an exclusive design and an innovative spout patented by the distillery. Today, the company sells its orujo products across Spain and has an annual production capacity of six million bottles.