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La Higuera Cedrosanum

Sotol La Higuera Cedrosanum has mineral and caramel notes on the nose with smoked grass and cedar on the palate. The finish is dry and the texture is balanced.

Rating: (1 review)
Category:Sotol
Brand:La Higuera Sotol
Sotolero:Gerardo Ruelas Hernandez
Dasylirion:Cedrosanum
Grind:Hand
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Chihuahua
ABV: 48%
About this sotol

Sotol La Higuera Cedrosanum is produced in Aldama, Chihuahua by Master Sotolero Gerardo Ruelas. The sotol plants are cooked in an outdoor conical oven and then milled by hand with axes. The fibers are naturally fermented with wild yeasts in 1,000-liter pine vats before being double distilled in copper alembic stills. The Cedrosanum has mineral and caramel notes on the nose. Smoked grass and cedar on the palate. The finish is dry and the texture is balanced.

La Higuera Sotol

Sotol La Higuera is produced using traditional methods in Aldama, Chihuahua by Master Sotolero Gerardo Ruelas. He cooks the different varieties in an outdoor conical oven fired by wood and rocks. The Dasylirion varieties are milled by hand with axes. Fermentation occurs with wild yeast in 1,000-liter pine vats. The sotols are double distilled in copper alembic stills.

1 review

5 of out 5 stars


PDutton on Feb 18, 2019

28 reviews

  • Overall:

Tasted side by side with the other 2 varietal offerings.
Quiet, gentle, dry, shows the character of the maker. Some sage is coming through rather nicely, along with white pepper and some small red dry forest berries – almost raspberry, or less sweet like a strawberry. Some touches of fresh leather with a touch of nice fresh polish; a new wallet. Some nice fresh lemon oil, and something that almost somehow reminds me of a light sherry. I’m digging this, just wish the aromatics jumped a bit more. Traces of mineral smoke. Pecan, and yes, cedar. My favorite of the 3.

Tasted side by side with the other 2 varietal offerings.
Quiet, gentle, dry, shows the character of the maker. Some sage is coming through rather nicely, along with white pepper and some small red dry forest berries – almost raspberry, or less sweet like a strawberry. Some touches of fresh leather with a touch of nice fresh polish; a new wallet. Some nice fresh lemon oil, and something that almost somehow reminds me of a light sherry. I’m digging this, just wish the aromatics jumped a bit mo

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