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The maguey Cachetón in Puebla is considered a cousin of what would be called maguey Jabali further south in Oaxaca. This rare varietal is from the arid southern region of Puebla near a protected cactus biosphere and former lake bed littered with pre-historic fossils, creating a distinctive terrior for this hard-to-harvest agave. Cacheton is also notorious for its high level of saponins, which produce hard-to-handle foam during the fermentation and distillation process (similar to maguey Jabali).

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