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Perfect Serve - Agave Spirits

The Agave House strives to preserve and celebrate ancient Mexican traditions by curating experiences that deepen the understanding and appreciation for agave spirits.

Tequila - Blanco

Tierra Noble - Jalisco

$22g /$275b

The perfect manifestation of the 7,200 concept where agaves of the two main producing regions converge; “Valley of Tequila” with its aromatic complexity and “Los Altos de Jalisco” that bring sweet and floral notes, making this the most noble of all.

Tasting notes:
Color: Bright crystalline with silver iridescence
Body: Light great body.
Aroma: Strong presence of cooked Agave, herbal, mint and citrus notes, with a slight flash of anise.
Flavor: raw agave, a long finish, rich and balanced

Aman - Nayarit

$19g / $230b

This tequila will represent the first Tequila distillery to be built in Nayarit. Only 5% of agaves come from this region of Mexico for the production of Tequila. AMAN means dependability and trustworthiness.
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Crystalline, silver nuances
Body: Medium- Robust
Aroma: Vanilla, Cake Batter, significant notes of good grass, rosemary, basil, fresh fruits apple and fig
Flavor: Cooked agave and light raw agave, fruits, herbs lengthening its flavor pre vailing after taking a soft sip but with a lot of character.

Santanera - Jalisco

$26g / $325b

For us the "terroir" is everything, since each of our batches are the product of an organic agave planted in a specific and delimited land for its later "Jima" (The process of cutting the agave consists of eliminating the leaves and root of the agave to leave only the heart or pineapple)
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Crystalline, bright with silver sparkles
Body: Light-Medium
Aroma: Mild herbal impact, some soft botanicals, and citrus
Flavor: Begins with a mineral note that remains at the tip of the tongue to soften the sweetness of cooked agave and vanilla. Evolves with botanical nuances, palate is layered with menthol, fresh anise, cucumber skin, lime peel

Casa Dragones - Jalisco

$26g / $300b

100% Pure Blue Agave silver tequila, crafted to deliver the true essence of agave through an innovative process that focuses on purity, for a crisp.
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Smooth, crystal hues and defined legs.
Body: Full body with bright
Aroma: Mild herbal impact, some soft botanicals, and citrus 
Flavor: Unique balance of semi-sweet notes of agave warmed by hints of pepper and cloves.

Clase Azul - Jalisco

$22g / $270b

Tequila Clase Azul Plata. Bright, crisp, and always refreshing. Its artisanal elaboration results in irresistible notes that combine softness with a touch of sweetness.

Tequila - Joven

Casa Dragones - Jalisco

$65g / $650b

Casa Dragones Joven is a small batch, master blend of 100% Blue Agave silver and extra aged tequila, rested in new American oak barrels for five years

Tasting notes:
Color: Brilliant platinum hues and long pronounced legs
Body: Rich silky body.
Aroma: Fresh and inviting, subtle floral and citrus aroma with notes of sweet roasted agave
Flavor: : Soft and smooth with hints of vanilla and spiced undertones, balanced with delicate notes of pear

Tequila - Reposado

Aman - Nayarit

$18g / $225b

This tequila will represent the first Tequila distillery to be built in Nayarit. Only 5% of agaves come from this region of Mexico for the production of Tequila. AMAN means dependability and trustworthiness.

Tasting notes:
Color: Yellow body with golden nuances. 
Body: Medium-Robust.
Aroma: Basil mint, abundant fruits, apple, peach,light cocoa, light touch of vanilla and cooked agave
Flavor: Fresh fruity flavors are detonated by the agave present and the barrel

Clase Azul - Jalisco

$32g / $400b

Is a symbol of the tradition and culture of Mexico. This ultra-premium reposado tequila is a unique and incomparable piece. The decanter’s traditional feathered paint design, its distinctive cobalt blue color, and the tequila’s original flavor make it an icon of the Clase Azul family.
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Gold with yellow and bright reflections.
Body: Medium
Aroma: Agave syrup, vanilla, candied orange peel, and American oak. Light notes of cinnamon and banana.
Flavor: Hazelnut, vanilla, cloves, cinnamon, and a subtle hint of agave syrup

Tequila - Añejo

Casa Dragones - Jalisco

$70 g / $850 b

Casa Dragones Barrel Blend, 100% Blue Agave Añejo sipping tequila, achieves its distinctive character from being matured in two different wood barrels, new French Oak and new American Oak, each selected for their individual flavor and characteristics.

Clase Azul - Jalisco

$75g / $950b

Also known as “Edición Indígena-Mazahua” (Mazahua Edition) due to the bottle design’s tribute to the culture, is an ultra- premium añejo tequila made from Tequilana Weber Blue Agave. Its intense amber color and layered aromas are a result of an extended period of aging

Tasting notes:
Color: Amber with copper reflections.
Body: Great body.
Aroma: Toffee, cinnamon, cloves, toasted hazelnut, vanilla, orange marmalade, quince, and toasted oak.
Flavor: Nutmeg, cloves, orange marmalade, and toasted oak that finishes with a silky sensation

Casa Noble - Jalisco

$18g

Remarkably complex, our Añejo tequila is an elegant and aromatic expression, created with both patience and extreme attention to detail.

Santanera - Jalisco

$28g / $350g

Extraordinary Blend Añejo + 33% Ex-tra Añejo, thanks to this upbringing it achieves in a mouth a semi-dry profile with notorious astringency on the sides and end of the tongue; of sweet / bit-ter attack with chocolate shades, spicy and botanical evolution to cinnamon, nutmeg, menthol, clove and star anise, light resinous note is accompanied by whipped cream, pears in syrup, vanilla pods and butter butter, the end refers to cooked agave molasses and caramel syr-up. Its unctuous and resinous character is prolonged

Don Julio 70 - Jalisco

$22g / $270b

This Tequila is the culmination of 70 years of knowledge, expertise and innovation that brings the smoothness of a Blanco tequila and the complexity of an Añejo tequila together for a totally unique tequila experience.

Tasting notes:
Color: Clear and colorless, with obvious viscosity.
Body: Great body
Aroma: Fruit and vegetal agave notes upfront. Vanilla follows, with only a very faint oak note.
Flavor: Notes of vanilla, white chocolate and caramel

Tequila - Extra Añejo

Limited Edition Patrón en Lalique Serie 1 - Jalisco

$2000g / $25000b

Patrón en Lalique: Serie 1 is an exclusive collaboration between Patrón and the Lalique, the Masters of French crystal. The handcrafted crystal decanter features an exceptional blend of the oldest and rarest Patrón tequilas

Patron Gran Smoky - Jalisco

$100g / $1250b

Mexico- Gran Patron Smoky is crafted by roasting agave with mesquite for about 7 days in small underground pits at the Patron Hacienda. The result of this ancient, labor intensive method is an artisanal ultra-premium tequila with a perfectly balanced, very complex smoky flavor.

Corralejo 99000 horas - Guanajuato

$28g / $390b

Its name, 99,000 Horas, which means 99,000 hours, is the time required to produce it. The production process includes agave cultivation, harvest, distillation, aging, and bottling, The name commemorates the dedication and patience required to produce a premium tequila.

Torai - Jalisco

$75g / $850b

Aged tequila for more than 4 years in bourbon casks in oak.
Amazingly smooth flavor of pure agave and agave cooked with citrus notes and floral berries, delicate aroma of vanilla.

Tasting notes:

Color: Light Amber
Body: Medium to full body
Aroma: Vanilla, citrus, agave
Flavor: Raw Agave, Roasted Agave, Citric, Berries

Grand Orendain 7 años - Jalisco

$130g / $1600b

Sitting at the top of the Gran Orendain range is the Extra Añejo 7 Year Old tequila. Made with the same agave sourced from the hill of Tepecoste as the rest of the series, this expression spends seven long years maturing in French oak before being handsomly bottled

Tasting notes:

Color: Dark amber with copper reflections
Body:
Full Body
Aroma: Whiskey, Caramel, Vanilla, Cinnamon
Flavor: Caramel, Vanilla, Almond Molasses, Baking Spice

Sauza XA - Jalisco

$100g / $1250b

Casa Sauza XA is aged for more than three years in small American oak barrels. Only 12,000 750-mililiter bottles have been produced

Tasting notes:
Color: Dark amber.
Body: Full-bodied
Aroma: Hibiscus flower, jasmine. cooked agave, sweet nutty almonds and chocolate.
Flavor: Warm, smooth and crisp tasting with woody notes

Esperanto Supremo - Jalisco

$75g / $930b

Esperanto Supremo Extra Añejo is aged 5 years in limousin french oak and extremely limited

Esperanto - Jalisco

$50g / $600b

Esperanto Seleccion Extra Añejo is distilled at El Llano, one of the oldest and most traditional distilleries in Jalisco, Mexico. Made from 100% blue weber agave, this tequila is aged 3 years in white oak barrels and triple-distilled

Chinaco Negro - Tamaulipas

$65g / $800b

"Chinaco Negro" Extra Anejo Tequila is a product that comes from a five year aging process, a single batch, and is a Limited Edition product.

Arette - Unique - Jalisco

$34g / $425b

Extra Añejo Tequila, aged for at least six years in oak and produced from the cream of the agave crop.

Ley, 925 - Jalisco

$30g / $450b

Ley .925 Ultra Premium Anejo Tequila - "Pasión Azteca" - Unique 6 year aged, 100% Blue Agave Tequila in one liter custom designed bottles.

Tierra Noble - Jalisco

$56g / $700b

Tastes of the careful assembly of American and French white oak woods. Intense amber color with shades of old gold.

Cava de Oro Wicho l- Jalisco

$36g / $450b

Bright reddish hues and dark, amber. Multitude of fruity aromas and toasted oak.

Chaquira Jaguar - Jalisco

$68g / $850b

This beautiful bottle of tequila in the shape of a jaguar head is decorated with chaquira beads and is a fantastic collectible item.

Clase Azul Ultra - Jalisco

$260g / $3300b

This exquisite, deep amber tequila is a world-class spirit and its decanter is adorned with 3 precious metals: pure platinum decoration, a .925 sterling silver agave medallion and a 24 carat gold label. Each bottle is truly one of a kind
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Dark amber with copper reflections.
Body: Great body.
Aroma: Sherry, prune, apricot, and cherry. Maple honey, hazelnut, and intense oak notes.
Flavor: Prune, cinnamon, caramel cream, vanilla, and crystallized ginger.

José Cuervo 250 años - Jalisco

$330g / $4100b

Celebrating 250 Years Aniversario. An ultra-aged tequila, 100% from blue agave, created from a perfect selection of raw material to commemorate the tradition and history of Jose Cuervo. The agaves used to produce it are harvested in full maturity and come from a single crop field. The tequila is first aged in French and American oak barrels
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Deep amber with deep intensity, with bright copper and golden hues
Body: Full body. 
Aroma: Lightly toasted oak wood, vanilla, almonds, walnut, chocolate, caramel, honey, fruit notes such as agave, prune, red fruit, raisin, very ripe fig, banana, apples, some spices such as cloves and very intense the cinnamon note
Flavor: Sweet, subtle agave, hint of oak and vanilla

Rey Sol - Jalisco

$65g / $800b

Rey sol spens 6 years on french oak barrels that have been seared on the side a medium toast, Hi lands altos de Jalisco
 
Tasting notes:
Color: It has an intense amber bright color with orange intense copper highlights.
Aroma: The aroma is of oak, chocolate, vanilla, hazelnut, roasted almonds, and dried fruit.
Flavor: At the start of the mouth, it is sweet, where the oak notes are dominant. Delivers a long lasting end of chocolate and almond flavors.

Patrón Piedra - Jalisco

$110g / $1300b

Gran Patrón Piedra is made from the finest 100% Weber Blue Agave and is crafted using the centuries-old tahona process at Hacienda Patrón distillery in Jalisco, Mexico. It’s aged in a combination of French Limousin and new American oak barrels for four years and is presented in a distinctive crystal bottle.
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Deep Mahogany
Body: Full body
Aroma: Fresh fruits and mushrooms, with toasted French oak leaves
Flavor: Sweet and complex at the same time, with notes of agave, vanilla and mushrooms.

Maestro Atelier - Jalisco

$60g / $750b

Maestro Dobel Atelier Extra Anejo Tequila special designed bottle is the result of the combination of Vintages from the different phases of the aging process.

Tasting notes:
Color: Deep Ambar
Body: Full body
Aroma: Cooked agave, vanilla notes, dried fruits, ripe pineapple, chocolate, baking spice, oak and a delicious touch of toasted almond on the nose.
Flavor: Wood, sweet, caramel, walnut, vanilla and light tones of cooked agave and fruits, enhanced by a distinctive softness that gives way to a smooth, lingering añejo finish.

1800 Milenio - Jalisco

$40g / $500b

After a long and delicate aging process in new American oak barrels, the very best tequila of the batch is separated by our expert tequileros and further matured in French Oak ex-cognac barrels creating a balanced, soft, and unique flavor with notes of vanilla, red fruit and cinnamon.

Tasting notes:
Color: Deep Ambar
Body: Full body.
 
Aroma: Sweet notes including caramel, vanilla, and spiced cake
Flavor: Notes of vanilla, red fruit and cinnamon.

3,4,5 - Jalisco

$65g / $800b

This Extra Añejo is made from a special family blend of 30% three year, 40% four year and 30% five year aged tequila (hence the name 3-4-5)...  this is a collector's tequila.

Tasting notes:
Color: Dark amber with copper reflections
Body: Full body. 
Aroma: Notes of chocolate, caramel, oak and pepper.
Flavor: chocolate, caramel, oak and pepper, and subtle fruity and coffee hints on the palate

Código 1530 - Jalisco

$80 g / $1000b

As the brand’s first-ever barrel select Origen, this special offering is bottled from six unique barrels aged for over six years, hand-selected by brand co-founder and “King of Country” George Strait while on location filming the music video for his hit song “Código” at their distillery in Amatitán, Mexico.

José Cuervo Reserva de la Familia - Jalisco

$38g / $470b

Reserva de la Familia Extra Añejo is the award-winning pinnacle of the Jose Cuervo family of tequilas. The finest 10-12 year-old agaves are hand-selected, and only the most flavorful inner portion of the agave’s heart is used to make this 100% Blue Agave Extra Añejo Tequila.

Tasting notes:
Color: Deep amber or copper
Body: Full body.
Aroma: Molasses, roasted figs, honey cake, green apples, pecan praline, and chocolate ganache
Flavor: Spicy oak-influenced flavor with notes such as dark chocolate, tobacco and Asian spices.

7 Leguas de Antaño - Jalisco

$35g / $430b

D'Antaño means 'old-fashioned' or 'old style' and this fabulous tequila is still made using very traditional techniques
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Golden yellow
Body: Full body.
Aroma: Earthy, floral, fruty and delicate spice
Flavor: Fruty palate with rich buttery oak and touch of vanilla

Don Julio Real - Jalisco

$130g / $1600b

As one of the first of the few Extra Añejo tequilas on the market today, Don Julio REAL Tequila is a testament to the craft of making a superior tasting, aged tequila. Artfully aged for at least three to five years in American white oak barrels

Tasting notes: 
Color: Golden Yellow
Body: Full body.  
Aroma: Earthy, floral, fruty and delicate spice
Flavor: Fruty palate with rich buttery oak and touch of vanilla

Herradura Selección Suprema - Jalisco

$55g / $650b

Aged for an incredible 49 months in American White Oak barrels, Herradura Selección Suprema is our most premium ultra-rested tequila. Extra aging creates a tequila of an extremely rich, dark amber color with cooked agave, spice and floral notes.
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Deep Ambar
Body: Full bodied
Aroma: Spices including nutmeg, cinnamon and bourbon. A little floral note with a strong, musty scent of agave.
Flavor: Oily with notes of dry oak, baked agave plants, more floral notes and allspice.

Patrón Burdeos - Jalisco

$90g / $1300b

Gran Patrón Burdeos is a luxury añejo tequila crafted in very limited quantities from only the highest-quality 100 percent Weber Blue Agave. It’s twice distilled and aged in used American and New French oak barrels, before it is finished in vintage Bordeaux wine barrels (“Burdeos” is Spanish for “Bordeaux”). This unique aging process imparts an elegant dark amber color and a taste that’s velvety smooth with hints of vanilla and raisins.
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Dark amber 
Body: Full bodied
Aroma: Rich Bordeaux wine.
Flavor: Notes of oak wood, vanilla & raisins

Corralejo 99000 horas - Guanajuato

$26g / $325b

Its name, 99,000 Horas, which means 99,000 hours, is the time required to produce it. The production process includes agave cultivation, harvest, distillation, aging, and bottling, the name commemorates the dedication and patience required to produce a premium tequila
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Dark amber with copper reflections
Body: Full bodied
Aroma: Herb, mint, agave, citrus, apple
Flavor: Wood and fruit that is smooth

Mezcal

The word mezcal comes from Nahuatl mexcalli, which means "oven-cooked agave", from metl and ixcalli 

Clase Azul Joven - Durango

$75g / $900b

Agave: Durango
Durango Edition is made from Cenizo Agave, a variety of plant that grows wildly in the state of Durango, a region of northern México. The mineral richness of its soil and natural springs sources bestow distinctive strength and complexity to its notes.

Tasting notes:
Color: Bright crystalline with silver sparkles
Body: Medium
Aroma: Citrus and herbal, green olive, cooked agave, and cloves.
Flavor: Peanut, brown sugar, honey, wood, chocolate, and notes of ripe fruit.

Beneva Tio Pablo Extra Añejo - Oaxaca

$50g / $600b

Agave Espadín
Mezcal 100% Agave aged 5 year in oak barrels. Smoke wood flavor, bold body exquisite taste. Presented in limited edition glass blown bottle.

Tasting notes:
Color: Intense amber color
Body: Large body
Aroma: Smoky aroma and sweet smell of fine wood
Flavor: Peanut, brown sugar, honey, wood.

Beneva Reserva - Oaxaca

$25g / $310b

Intense amber color, full-bodied, smoky aroma and sweet smell of fine wood. Aged in white oak barrels and packaged in a collection bottle in the shape of a pumpkin, handcrafted by Mexican artisans.

Pierde Almas Tobaziche Joven - Oaxaca

$60g / $700b

Agave Espadín
Sweet on the palate, with notes of sweet agave and light hints of quinceIt is a clean drink, very bright, with a crystalline hue, a delicate floral notes.
 
Tasting notes:
Color: Bright crystalline
Body: Large Body
Aroma: Strong tones of the fresh agave plant mix with a cedar, woody aroma that makes this a very charming Mezcal
Flavor: The taste is sweet and long lasting, with a hint of wet clay.

Pierde Almas Gin Joven - Oaxaca

$22g / $250b

Agave Espadín
With a crystalline hue and a fantastic Juniper and gin aroma, it leaves with a good feeling.

Tasting notes:
Color: Crystal Clear 
Body: Full Body
Aroma: Fur trees, pine cones, celery salt, nutmeg and zesty citrus
Flavor: Delicate honeyed sweetness, salty and smoky with peachy fruit, floral notes, herbal complexity.

Pierde Almas Pechuga Joven - Oaxaca

$60g / $750b

Agave Espadín
Crystalline, shades of almonds and citrus perfume. On the palate essences of apples, pineapple and tecojote

Tasting notes:
Color: Bright crystalline
Body: Medium to full body
Aroma:  Its flavor notes include a bit of smoke, pepper
Flavor: Hints of chocolate with a long savory finish that holds strong in the mouth

Pierde Almas Conejos Joven - Oaxaca

$65g / $800b

Agave Espadín
Conejo still offers the strong and layered flavors of agave, fruits and herbs, but a subtle and wild note is present in the background adding even more complexity to this rare spirit.

Tasting notes:
Color: Bright crystalline
Body: Large body
Aroma: Fruity and herbal notes, hint of citric and cocked agave.
Flavor: This Mezcal has notes of orchard fruit and minty tarragon as well as the flavor the rabbit.

Del Maguey Joven - Oaxaca

$19g / $230b

Twice distilled in wood-fed copper pot stills. Nose of toasted sweet agave and toasted corn, palate of nuts and sweet almond, chocolate and mint finish.

Clase Azul Papalote - Guerrero

$75g / $900b

Agave: Papalote
Mezcal Guerrero is a truly unique piece. Beyond its beautiful decanter, its majestic flavor comes from a very rare variety of agave: the papalote agave. This plant grows wild in the Mountain Range of the State of Guerrero, where the notes combine the sea's climate and flavor with the green forests' freshness.

Tasting Notes:
Color: Crystal clear with light straw-colored highlights
Body: Full bodied
Aroma: Grapefruit skin, fresh wood, rosemary, peanut oil, hints of butter and daisy flowers
Flavor: Fresh wood, seaweed, lemon juice, pepper and light notes of tobacco.

Koch Coyote Ancestral - Oaxaca

$38g / $470b

Agave: Coyote
Founded in 2009, Koch El Mezcal (Koch) is a pioneer of the single-agave mezcal. Koch is committed to the environment by only using 100 percent sustainable practices, protecting/maintaining the agave population in Mexico, and cultivating the traditions of Oaxaca and its people.


Tasting Notes:
Color: Crystalline
Body: Full bodied
Aroma: Earthy and light smoky, cacao and cedar notes.
Flavor: Mineral and cacao notes, salty, dry and balanced

Koch Arroqueño Artesanal - Oaxaca

$28g / $350b

The products express and respect the identity/terroir of each of the producing regions while honoring the traditional way of making mezcal. Koch products are 100 percent hand-made, providing individuals from over 13 local communities and 59 Palenques with fair wages and the opportunity to have a better life.

Tasting Notes:
Color: Bright Crystalline
Body: Medium Body
Aroma: Wood ashes, herbal and citric notes with a hint of ginger
Flavor: Notes of coffee, caramel and fruity

Koch Tobaziche Artesanal - Oaxaca

$26g / $310b

Koch Tobaziche is made with wild maguey Tobaziche that is matured 12 years before being harvested. It is made by Adrian Bautista in Rio de Ejutla

Tasting Notes:
Color: Bright crystalline with silver sparkles
Body: Medium Body
Aroma: Mineral and herbal aromas, with notes of ginseng
Flavor: Herbal spices such as ginseng and cloves

Koch Tepezate Artesanal - Oaxaca

$28g / $350b

Koch's Tepeztate is made using the eponymous agave, which takes up to 15 years to reach maturity. Once harvested, cooked, crushed, fermented and distilled

Tasting Notes:
Color: Crystal Clear
Body: Medium Body
Aroma: Herbal aromas, with notes of Pinewood
Flavor: Jalapeño notes, herbal and black peppercorn flavors

Koch Tobalá Artesanal - Oaxaca

$26g / $310b

Koch Tobala is made with wild maguey Tobala. The maguey Tobala is very small, and a large amount of agave pinas are needed to make a single batch of mezcal. The Tobala is notably complex in taste and mouthfeel. Koch Tobala is harvested after 9 years of growth. It is made by Pedro Hernandez in San Baltazar. It is a subtle mezcal with floral tones and a great herbal permanence on the palate

Tasting Notes:
Color: Crystal Clear
Body: Medium Body
Aroma: Seabreeze aromas with floral notes such as jazmin and chamomile touch of coconut and hazelnuts.
Flavor: Banana, melon and apple compote wit notes of sweet wood

Bacanora

Kilinga Joven - Sonora

$20g / $250b

Agave Pacífica
Is a distillate originating in Alamos, Sonora. A producer that has two types of bacanora for the public, made with a traditional process of double distillate.

Tasting notes:
Color: Ambar
Body: Medium
Aroma: Chocolate, caramel, coffee, maple, vanilla
Flavor: Woody, toasted coffee, caramel finish

Kilinga Reposado - Sonora

$23g / $280b

The Bacanora reposado, is a distillate with notes of tobacco, roasted coffee, wildflowers and wood, made with agaves of six years of maturation and married in American oak barrels for six months

100 Pueblos Blanco - Sonora

$19g / $230b

"We set out to make known to Mexico and the world the best Bacanora. To do this, we would need to visit the towns of Sonora where this desert elixir occurs.100 villages is the product of all those visits; visits that resulted in the maximum expression of Bacanora"

Mujer de Piedra Blanco - Sonora

$24g / $300b

Bacanora Mujer de Piedra is from a producer originally from Alamos, Sonora. A Bacanora liqueur that highlights a slow distillation process with vibrant aromas of wildflowers and marked notes of green agave and wildflowers, a bacanora of 38 ° alcohol with crystalline tones and a vibrant sensation to the palate.

42° Joven - Sonora

$22g / $270b

It all starts in the municipality of Alamos, Sonora, Mexico. Our agaves "Angustifolia Haw" are selected and cultivated with love for ourselves. These are slowly cooked in clay and volcanic stone ovens.

Agua Miel Sonora - Sonora

$18g / $225b

Bacanora Aguamiel was born to give prestige to such an important tradition in Sonora. We are proud to say that the care in our processes makes our beverage one of the most finest and purest among the few registered brands.

Sotol

Sotol is a distilled spirit of Mexican origin sourced from Dasylirion texanumAsparagaceae, and Dasylirion wheeleri 

Hacienda de Chihuhua Gold Añejo - Chihuahua

$19g / $230b

Agave Dasylirion
Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol Oro Puro is made from 100% wild-harvested Dasylirion plants in the Chihuahuan Desert of Northern Mexico. Master distiller José Daumas Gil de Partearroyo oversees the state of the art production process which starts by slowly cooking the plants in steam-heated ovens, natural fermentation with champagne yeast. After being distilled, this sotol is aged in a new French white oak barrel for 2 years. Each bottle is unique because its taste comes from a single numbered barrel. Each bottle also contains 24 karat gold flakes.

Tasting notes:
Color: Gold
Body: Medium to full body
Aroma: abundant fruits, apple, peach, light touch of vanilla and cooked agave
Flavor: Fresh fruity flavors are detonated by the agave present.

H5 Añejo - Chihuahua

$24g / $300b

Agave Dasylirion
Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol Extra Añejo H5 is made from Master distiller José Daumas Gil de Partearroyo oversees the state of the art production process which starts by slowly cooking the plants in steam-heated ovens, natural fermentation with champagne yeast, and then distilling twice in a double-column copper still. After being distilled, this sotol is aged in a new French white oak barrel for 5 years.

Tasting notes:
Color: Dark Ambar
Body: Full body
Aroma: Oak, chocolate, vanilla, hazelnut, roasted almonds.
Flavor: Sweet, where the oak notes are dominant. End of chocolate and almond flavors.

Flor de Desierto Veneno - Chihuahua

$24g / $300b

Agave Dasylirion
Flor del Desierto Veneno is cured with rattlesnake venom and aged for 3 months in bourbon barrels. Unfortunately, this unique release won’t be available in the United States due to the government agency Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau which won’t approve a spirit cured with venom. However, a pechuga-style sotol distilled with rattlesnake meat will be released internationally.

Tasting notes: 
Body: Medium to ful
Aroma: Herbs and spices notes
Flavor: Sage smoke and leather along with an underlying salinity and finish of black peppercorn.

Flor de Desierto Sierra - Chihuahua

$24g

Flor Del Desierto embrace 100% artisanal and organic practices to create these small batches of extraordinary sotol. The 100% Wild Harvested Dasylirion Leiophyllum (Sereque) is harvested at an altitude of 6890 Ft.

Coyote Dasylirion - Chihuahua

$18g / $225b

Agave Dasylirion
Sotol Coyote Chihuahua is produced by Maestro Sotolero Gerardo Ruelas in Aldama, Chihuahua. It is produced from 12-15 year old Dasylirion Leiophyllum and cooked in a conical stone oven using mesquite wood. It is then crushed by stone and fermented in oak vats using well water before being double-distilled in copper pots.

Tasting notes:
Color: Crystal Clear 
Body: Medium to full body
Aroma: Hints of mint. Pepper, citrus, raw agave.
Flavor: Despite the strong character and has herbal, smoked and mineral notes.

Coyote Dasylirion - Durango

$18g / $225b

Sotol Coyote Durango Blanco is an unaged expression of Sotol made in Cuencame, San Antonio, using the dasylirion cedrosanum plant.

Tasting Notes:
Color: Crystal Clear
Body: Medium to full body
Aroma: Clean with the slightest hints of mint and lemon zest. The scent of this Sotol doesn’t prepare you in the least for the flavor.
Flavor: There are a bewildering variety of flavors here ranging from carob to roses to a touch of hierba santa. It’s an amazing synthesis.

Raicilla

Raicilla is a spirit of aroma and flavor derived from the species of maguey used and the elaboration process, diversifying its qualities by the type of soil, topography, climate, water, producer (“Maestro Raicillero”)

Balam Costa - Jalisco

$18g / $225b

Agave Rhodacantha and Angustifolia
This raicilla has aromas of wood and wildflowers with a hint of citrus. On the palate there are notes of cooked green agave, roasted fruits, and cold ash.

Tasting notes:
Color: Clear crystal
Body: Medium to full body
Aroma: Herbaceous, citrus, fruty
Flavor: Tangy acidity, with notes of orange oil, wet clay and gravel, and an herbal, almost metallic finish of thyme and green tea tannins.

La Venosa Sierra del Tigre - Jalisco

$20g / $250b

Agave Rhodacantha and Angustifolia
This is a very special production, limited to 700 liters per year.

Tasting notes:
Color: Crystal
Body: Medium to full
Aroma: On the nose, exquisite notes of fine cheeses stand out
Flavor: On the palate notes of chocolate and cherries stand out

La Venosa Sierra Occidental - Jalisco

$18g / $225b

Agave Rhodacantha and Angustifolia
The Poisonous Western Sierra of Jalisco has rich fruity

Tasting notes:
Color: Crystal clear
Body: Medium to full body
Aroma: Notes such as papaya and avocado.
Flavor: With a vibrant hint of acidity

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