Blanco  +  Uvalama  +  ANIS 

Santo Cuviso translates as Holy Bacanora. It’s dry, complex, with a kick of pepper and a grounded, earthy finish.
Crafted to remind you that sometimes the best way to refresh your soul is to allow your lips to kiss a little spirit every day.  

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Santo cuviso Blanco

Santo Cuviso translates as holy bacanora. It’s dry, complex, with
a kick of pepper and a grounded, earthy finish. Crafted to remind
you that sometimes the best way to refresh your soul is to allow
your lips to kiss a little spirit every day.  

Region: Sonora
Master Distiller: Manuel “El Toro” Chacón
Variety: Agave Angustifolia Haw
Alc.Vol: 45% 
Cooked: Underground stone oven
Fermantation: 6-12 days with well water
Grinding: By hand and machine
Distillation: double distilled in copper stills

Tasting Notes
Sight: Luminous with medium viscosity  
Nose: Earthy, passionate, clean and powerful,
with subtle tones of mesquite and oak
Taste: Dry, complex, slightly smoky, naturally sweet
with a kick of pepper and an earthy finish.   

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Santo cuviso Uvalama

The subtle wonder of BLANCO, infused with Uvalama Berries which adds a delightfully aromatic and fruity finish along with the shimmer of sun.

Region: Sonora
Master Distiller: Manuel “El Toro” Chacón
Variety: Agave Angustifolia Haw
Alc.Vol: 45% 
Cooked: Underground stone oven
Fermantation: 6-12 days with well water
Grinding: By hand and machine
Distillation: double distilled in copper stills

Tasting Notes
Sight: Bright, shimmering, morning sun
Nose: Fruity, fresh and light with a hint of mint and earth  
Taste: Cooked agave maguey and sweet fruits 

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Santo cuviso ANIS

This bacanora is prepared using traditional agave concentrate, with an addition of a whisper of star anise, just 2% of this essence adds its enticing notes to the classic recipe

Region: Sonora
Master Distiller: Manuel “El Toro” Chacón
Variety: Agave Angustifolia Haw
Alc.Vol: 40% 
Cooked: Underground stone oven
Fermantation: 6-12 days with well water
Grinding: By hand and machine
Distillation: double distilled in copper stills

Tasting Notes
Sight: Brilliant caramel color
Nose: Fruity with herbal notes  
Taste: Cooked agave maguey and anis flavor