Mezcal made from 100% Maguey Espadín from Santiago Matatlán, a town located in the central valleys of Oaxaca, considered to be the “world capital of mezcal”. The agaves were crushed into an Egyptian stone mill, known as tahona, the liquid was fermented in oak vats, double distilled in copper stills and rested in white oak barrels for 2 years. For Cuna de Piedra's cocoa beans from Comalcalco, Tabasco, They developed a high roasting profile which complements the woody notes of the final distillate.
INGREDIENTS: Cacao beans, Cane sugar, Alcohol removed Mezcal Reposado from 100% Maguey Espadín (Agave angustifolia Haw). Manufactured on equipment that processes wheat, milk, soy, peanuts, tree nuts and eggs. · * Non-alcoholic product.
Cuna de Piedra is an homage to Mexican cacao. Their mission is to raise the quality of life of everyone involved in the process, from those who grow and harvest the land, to those who consume their bars. Each one of their chocolates is a reflection of the best lesson Mother Nature has taught us: good things take time, but they are worth waiting for.