Pizcadores Bacanora is made with Agave angustifolia in the state of Sonora.
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About this bacanora
Pizcadores Bacanora is made with Agave angustifolia in the state of Sonora. The agaves are cooked in an underground oven for 48-72 hours, milled by hand with axes, and fermented for 12-15 days with native yeasts. They are then double distilled in a copper still.
Pizcadores is a family-owned company based in Bachiniva, Chihuahua. The family has run several businesses over the last three generations, ranging from apple orchards to Sotol production. In 2010, they decided to fully recover the tradition of Sotol in their region. After this, they continued their focus on artisanal distillates, bottling Bacanora in Sonora and Raicilla in Jalisco.
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Not mad at this at all. Best words I can use to describe this are rustic. Smells and tastes like dusty deli meat. Super approachable and soft on the palate. Great entry level Bacanora for anyone who wants to know where to start.