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Mexican spirits have a rich and diverse history, with a range of artisanal beverages that reflect the country's cultural heritage. These spirits are known for their distinctive flavors, production methods, and the passionate craftsmanship that goes into their creation. 

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MEZCAL
 

Wild Agave

Salmiana

SALMIANA

100% AGAVE

40%

ALC/ VOL

80

PROOF​

MATURITY

7 YEARS

STATE

San Luis Potosí

AGAVE

Salmiana

COOKING

Stone  Vapor Oven

 

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Agave Salmiana is a large succulent plant that typically grows in a rosette shape in the state of San Luis Potosi. It has thick, fleshy, bluish-green leaves that can reach lengths of up to 2 meters (6.5 feet) and widths of around 25 centimeters (10 inches) and takes 7 years to reach maturity. The production process differs from common cooking of agaves in an earthen oven because these piñas are cooked through vaporization.

 

TASTING NOTES:

Mezcal Luzcinera Salmiana exhibits earthy notes that are reminiscent of the agave plant and its surroundings. These flavors can range from herbal and vegetable to more mineral-like, providing a unique character to the spirit. Depending on the specific batch it may display fruity undertones. Luzcinera Salmiana has a peppery or spicy quality, which can range from a subtle, gentle warmth to a more pronounced kick on the palate. This spiciness can contribute to the complexity of the mezcal and create an intriguing contrast with other flavors. lingering notes of fresh herbs such as, basil, or freshly cut green grass. Mezcal Salmiana can exhibit a range of textures, from a smooth and silky mouthfeel to a more robust and full-bodied presence. 

SALMIANA
 

COMING SOON

Explore our  future varieties

Unveiling the essence of new spirits is akin to a passionate dance beneath the stars. 

Much like a love story unfolding, these spirits are taking their time, embracing the artistry of creation. Soon, they'll emerge,

their flavors whispering tales of meticulous care, anticipation, and a longing to captivate hearts with their embrace.

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TEQUILA
 

Agave

Azul

TEQUILA

100% AGAVE

40%

ALC/ VOL

80

PROOF​

MATURITY

7 YEARS

STATE

Jalisco

AGAVE

AZUL

COOKING

Pressurized Vapor Oven

 

One of the most well-known species of blue agave is Agave tequilana, which is widely cultivated in Mexico for the production of tequila. The distinctive blue-green color of the leaves sets it apart from other agave varieties. The plant typically has rosettes of thick, fleshy, blue-green leaves with spiky tips. The leaves have a distinctive powdery or waxy coating. The plant typically takes several years to mature before the piñas are ready for harvesting. The maturation period can vary, but it often ranges from 7 to 10 years.

TASTING NOTES:

Tequila Luzcinera has a pronounced agave aroma with hints of citrus, tropical fruits with harmonious flavors and aromas accompanied with sweetness, which comes from the agave sugars and their aging process. Smooth and creamy on the pallet with spice, and hint of oak influence with a longer finish that indicates its complexity and quality.

AZUL
 

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SOTOL
 

Wild Asparagaceae

Dasylirion

SOTOL

100% ASPARAGACEAE

44%

ALC/ VOL

88

PROOF​

MATURITY

15 YEARS

STATE

Chihuahua

ASPARAGACEAE

Dasylirion

COOKING

Earthen Oven

 

Dasylirion wheeleri, commonly known as Dessert Spoon or Sotol, is a striking evergreen plant native to the arid regions of the northern Mexico. It belongs to the Asparagaceae family and is characterized by its unique rosette form and long, slender leaves. The Dessert Spoon typically grows in a symmetrical, spherical shape, with a trunk-like base that can reach up to 6 feet (1.8 meters) in height. The leaves are stiff and narrow, growing from the center of the rosette and extending outward. They are typically blue-green or grayish-green in color, with toothed margins and sharp tips that can be mildly spiny.

TASTING NOTES:

Sotol Luzcinera Dasylirion has a complex and aromatic profile including notes of herbal, earthy and vegetal tones reminiscent of desert plants. Herbal flavors with hints of mint, sage, and eucalyptus. These earthy undertones evoke flavors of damp soil and minerals Mild spiciness, with hints of black pepper. Nutty undertones, such as almond or hazelnut. These flavors can provide a pleasant richness and enhance the overall drinking experience. Smooth finish with a moderate length with lingering herbal aftertaste on the palate. These elements are often associated with the unique terroir where the wild desert plant grows. 

DASYLIRION
 

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MEZCAL
 

Wild Agave

Cupreata

Cupreata

100% AGAVE

45%

ALC/ VOL

90

PROOF​

MATURITY

15 YEARS

STATE

Guerrero

Agave

Cupreata

COOKING

Earthen Stone Oven

 

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Agave typically reaches a height of 1 to 1.5 meters (3 to 5 feet) and spreads to a similar width. It has an ability to thrive in various environmental conditions and is well-adapted to grow in the mountainous regions of Mexico. Cupreata is known for their ability to absorb and store minerals from the soil contributing to its unique profile. The plant's core, known as the piña, is roasted in traditional underground ovens to convert its starches into fermentable sugars. After fermentation, the resulting liquid is distilled to produce mezcal with its distinctive smoky flavor.

 

TASTING NOTES:

Mezcal Luzcinera Cupreata is aromatically earthy, with notes of roasted agave, wet earth and wildflowers. Subtle smoky character and fruity undertones, such as hints of ripe tropical fruits like pineapple, mango and banana. black pepper spicy notes contribute complexity and warmth to the overall flavor mineral profile. Display of herbal and floral notes, ranging from fresh herbs like mint and sage to floral aromas like jasmine and lavender. These elements contribute freshness and complexity.

CUPREATA
 

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BACANORA
 

Wild Agave

ANGUSTIFOLIA 

Bacanora

100% AGAVE

38%

ALC/ VOL

76

PROOF​

MATURITY

6 YEARS

STATE

Sonora

AGAVE

Angustifolia

COOKING

Earthen Oven

 

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Agave angustifolia Haw., commonly known as the "Narrow-leaf Agave" or "Espadín Agave," is a species of succulent plant belonging to the Agavaceae family. Agave angustifolia is a perennial succulent that forms a rosette of narrow, lance-shaped leaves. They have sharp, pointed tips and serrated edges. The flowering stalk can grow up to 6 meters (20 feet) tall and bears yellowish-green flowers arranged in dense clusters. The flowers attract pollinators like bats, moths, and hummingbirds.It thrives in well-drained soils and can tolerate dry, desert-like conditions.

 

TASTING NOTES:

Bacanora Luzcinera Angustifolia has earthy aroma, reminiscent of roasted agave and a touch of mesquite. Sweet and savory notes of caramel and ripe fruits balanced by smoky undertones and herbal hints, slightly peppery. Medium body, offering a smooth and velvety texture. The mouthfeel is slightly oily, coating the palate. Bacanora Luzcinera  has a smooth and lingering finish. The smokiness tends to persist, while the sweetness and herbal qualities may gradually fade.

ANGUSTIFOLIA
 

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RAICILLA

 

Wild Agave

MAXIMILIANA

Raicilla

100% AGAVE

40%

ALC/ VOL

90

PROOF​

MATURITY

10 YEARS

STATE

JALISCO

AGAVE

MAXIMILIANA

COOKING

Earthen Sone Oven

 

Agave maximiliana is a species of succulent plant in the family Asparagaceae. It is named after Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied, a German explorer and naturalist. Agave maximiliana is a large, perennial succulent with narrow and lanceolate thick, fleshy leaves with sharp tips and serrated edges. This agave species can grow up to 3 to 5 feet (0.9 to 1.5 meters) tall and 6 to 8 feet (1.8 to 2.4 meters) wide. It forms a relatively compact and rounded rosette. Known for its tall flowering stalk, which can reach heights of 10 to 15 feet (3 to 4.6 meters). The stalk emerges from the center of the rosette and produces clusters of yellow flowers. The flowering typically occurs after many years, as agaves are monocarpic, meaning they flower once and then die.

TASTING NOTES:

Raicilla Luzinera Maximiliana Subtle smokiness to the spirit with earthy flavors, reminiscent of the agave plant and its terroir. Hints of soil, minerals, adding depth and complexity to the overall profile. Herbal hints of eucalyptus, sage, and wild herbs. Citrusy undertones like grapefruit and apricot. Fragrant flavors with delicate hints of jasmine and lavender. Subtle spiciness with notes of black pepper and white pepper. Sweetness Mild honey-like note and richer butterscotch flavor.

MAXIMILIANA
 

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