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Derived from the Agave Pacifica plant, Bacanora is a sub-type of mezcal named after the small town of Bacanora. The spirit has been produced in the region of Sonora for over 300 years.


Locals enjoyed the spirit until the conservative Governor of Sonora, believing it caused immoral behavior among citizens, decided to ban the beverage. Distillers were driven underground, continuing to create Bacanora in secret under the threat of imprisonment or death by hanging if caught.


Rancho Tepúa


cinnamon, candied holiday nuts

Bacanora - Pacífica

Santo Cuviso


complex floral symphony


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