From NOM 1123 in El Arenal (home of brands like Cascahuin and Santanera), comes Siembra Valles Ancestral Blanco- Lot 2.
If you are a Tequila lover beginning to explore the world of Mezcal, this Tequila is for you.
It’s creator David Suro, who is one of Tequila’s biggest advocates and ambassadors, was born in Guadalajara and is now based in Philly. He believes that innovation in Tequila comes from digging back into its artisanal roots.
The process for Siembra Valles Ancestral Blanco starts with agaves that are created from natural pollination vs cloning (hijuelos) which adds a few additional years to their growing process before harvesting.
The mature agaves are cooked in a earthen pit over wood and lava rocks, then hand-macerated with wooden mallets.
The result is a unique and artfully-crafted blanco, unlike any other on the market
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