Grand Sotol Seis14
Sotol is made from the desert plants Dasylirion wheeleri and Dasylirion texanum, which are harvested in the wild. While these plants look like agave and are sometimes classified that way, they are actually part of the asparagus family of plants. This liquor is most closely associated with the Mexican states Chihuahua, Durango and Coahuila, although there are now distillers in Texas producing sotol. Sotol captures the unique desert terroir of the region, and it’s known for its sweet and smoky flavors.
614 actually refers to the area code of Aldama in Chihuahua, where this fine Sotol was handcrafted in small batches! The story behind the label comes from the Tarahumaras, a native Indian tribe from northern Mexico, and their reinterpreted symbol of infinity.
This Sotol is made 100% from Dasylirion Texanum , and has a unique taste brought to us by the lengendary Carlos Aragón Herrera. Double distilled in arabic copper alembic.