Pizcadores uses the Sotol plant denominated Dasyliron leiophyllum from the desert region of Chihuahua, Mexico, which grow wildly on the hillsides where rain is rare and temperatures seem infernal. Try our 3 Sotol presentations: Silver, Oaked and Reserve, all made with our delicate ancient hand- crafted process to achieve supreme quality, taste and special organoleptic characteristics expected by the most demanding and experienced critics.
Sotol Pizcadores is manufactured since 2010, however our ancestral process dates back to pre- Hispanic times, which includes a decoction of the hearth of the plant with oak wood in underground volcanic stone kilns; a slow fermentation with native yeasts, and a double distillation at low temperatures in copper stills, further accentuating the fine flavors and scents typical of our agavacea: Dasylirion leiophyllum.
Appearance: Bright color with silver hues.
Aroma: Complex. Strong to green and cooked agave. Smoky with notes of citrus fruits, fresh floral and herbal essences plus a touch of cinnamon.
Taste: Strong, spicy and mineral. Agave cooked with strong notes of smoke and citrus fruits.
Appearance: Crystalline light amber color
Aroma: Fruity aroma with soft notes of oak and citrus.
Taste: Woody spicy notes with hints of cooked agave. End notes to spices and herbs. It has a velvety texture.
Appearance:: Strong bright coppery color.
Aroma:Strong notes of cooked agave and oak, with soft fruity notes
Taste: Spicy and strong oak with hints of agave flavor with end notes of caramel and spices. It is rounded and complete.