Sotoleros Lalo and Nando Sotol (Red Label) is produced by Don Eduardo Arrieta and his apprentice Fernando Porras in Chorreras, Chihuahua.
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About this sotol
Sotoleros Lalo and Nando Sotol (Red Label) is produced by Don Eduardo Arrieta and his apprentice Fernando Porras in Chorreras, Chihuahua. Lalo and Nando harvest wild sotol plants from the Chorreras community and cook them in an underground with mesquite wood. The cooked plants are milled by axe, fermented wooden vats, and distilled in a copper pot stills. Their sotol has notes of leather, mint, cacao, chalk, and dried pepper flakes.
Sotoleros is a collection of traditional distillates from northern Mexico, which seeks to represent the tradition, art and culture of the region. Products from this brand began appearing on shelves in early 2021. Sotoleros has a connection with the legendary brand Clande Sotol – the colors on the bottle labels follow a similar pattern too. However, Soloteros is not a “rebrand” and the exact history between the two brands is unknown.