Señor Sotol Ensamble is made with Dasylirion Texano, Cedrozano, and Wheeleri in the state of Durango, Mexico
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|Mezcalero:||Juan Manuel Conde|
|Dasylirion:||Cedrosanum, Texanum, Wheeleri|
|Age of plant:||8-10 years|
|Website:||http://senorsotol.com/, opens in new window|
About this sotol
Señor Sotol Ensamble is made with Dasylirion Texano, Cedrozano, and Wheeleri. The sotol are milled by hand with axes and distilled in a copper alembique still. This sotol is produced in San Nicolas, Durango by maestro Juan Manuel Conde.
Señor Sotol is named after a legendary folklore hero and his unrelenting reputation. His skills as a distillate craftsman and his knowledge of the Chihuahua desert allowed him to traffic the best quality sotol along the roads of northern Mexico. Over time, Señor Sotol became the most important smuggler in the region during the prohibition period until its legalization in 1991.