Santo Cuviso Sotol Coahuila is made with Dasylirion Cedrosanum from the mountains of Coahuila, a region known for a it’s natural beauty and wilderness.
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|Sotolero:||Gerardo Ruelas Hernandez|
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About this sotol
Santo Cuviso Sotol Coahuila is produced using Dasylirion Cedrosanum harvested from the Mountains near the boarder between the states of Chihuahua and Coahuila. This Sotol is made by maestro Sotolero Gerardo Ruelas Hernández in Aldama, Chihuahua. The plants are cooked in an underground stone oven, fermented for 5-10 days with well water, mashed by hand with axes, and double distilled in copper stills.
Each batch of Santo Cuviso Bacanora is handcrafted from 100% Agave Angustifolio piñas, harvested in Sierra de Sonora, México, and distilled by their Master Bacanorero, whose process infuses every drop with three generations of distilling knowledge.
Bacanora production was banned for 77 years in Sonora, México, and those who were caught distilling agave were hanged or imprisoned, but the Chacón family persevered and when the ban lifted in 1992, the family was ready.
In addition to Bacanora, the brand has also released Sotol from two different regions of Mexico.