Produced from wild Silvestre agave hearts grown in rich red soil. They are smashed by burro, cooked by fire, fermented with spring water and wild yeasts and then distilled in copper stills. Very floral with light notes of smoke and citrus.
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Bacanora is an agave based spirit made in the Mexican state of Sonora. Until 1992, it was illegal to make and was bootlegged throughout the state. Made in a similar way to traditional mezcal, this bacanora is super floral on the nose with lots of mineral, dried flowers and bright acid on the palate and finishes creamy with a cooling menthol effect.