Cascahuin Tahona Tequila Blanco
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Made traditionally in the lowlands of Tequila with a “Tahona,” a prehispanic stone used to crush agave in ancient times. The Rosales Family then bakes the agave in brick ovens and ferments it with bagasse in ceramic vessels, the same distilling process they’ve used since they opened the Cascahuin Distillery in 1904. Textural, complex, earthy.