Siglo Cero Pox is a spirit produced in Chiapas, Mexico. It’s not made from agave, but holds high cultural significance in the regions where it’s produced.
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About this pox
Siglo Cero Pox is made from distilled corn (white, red, yellow, and black), sugar cane, and wheat. These ingredients are fermented in wooden casks and double distilled in copper stills. This spirit is produced in the community of San Juan Chamula, Chiapas. In this region, it’s common to chew a coffee bean before taking a sip of Pox.
Siglo Cero Pox
Siglo Cero Pox is committed to show the Pox spirit to the world in all it’s richness, in it’s cultural, ceremonial, and day to day importance. They are determined to rescue and preserve the original Pox recipe, which has been used for centuries by the Tzotzil/Mayan community.