In 1700, when spaniards came to conquer Mexico´s territory, they arrived in ships which were loaded of products such as barrels ﬁlled of raisin wines. Those barrels, still bearing traces of wine, were ﬁlled with chinguirito rum cane liqueur made in Mexico. When spaniards were on their way back, this drink was blessed with thosetraces and so that drink became popular all over Spain and was threatening the local drinks, that is why the spaniard King, banned its production.
COLOR Dark Brown with reddish ﬂashes.
NOSE The primordial aroma is sweet with highly intense notes of nuts, raisins and plums. The aroma also includes a wide range of tones: vanilla, wood, walnut, butter, chocolate and coffee.
TASTE : Silky on the palate with a touch of caramel, raisins, walnut wood and notes of chocolate and coffee.
PRESENTATIONS 100 ml, 70 cl, 750 ml, 1 L, 1.5l.
ALCOHOL CONTENT 40%