Pizcadores Sotol Silver
Sotol has its deepest cultural roots in Chihuahua, but the official denomination of origin extends to include the neighboring states of Coahuila and Durango. However, dasylirion grows as far north as Texas, Arizona and New Mexico and as far south as Oaxaca. Like agave, the sotol plant has a heart, or piña, that is cooked, but its leaves are waxy and don’t produce sap. Dasylirion grows wild in desert regions, requiring up to 20 years to mature, and there are 16 different species and 5 varietals used to make sotol.
Pizcadores Sotol Silver Tasting Notes
Nose| Complex. Smoky with notes of citrus fruits, fresh floral and herbal essences, plus a touch of cinnamon.
Taste| Strong, spicy and mineral notes of smoke and citrus fruits.
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