Santo Cuviso Reposado
Santo Cuviso Reposado
Santo Cuviso Anis - Casa Tres Amigos was created between three friends who love Mexican culture, fine food, and incredible spirits. Today, Maestro Bacanero Manuel "El Toro" Chacon and his brothers produce Santo Cuviso Bacanora in a true artisanal and time-honored way. Small batches are bottled in beautiful, hand-blown glass by Mexican artisans bearing the Santo Cuviso shield. From start to finish, it is a carefully-monitored, natural process that transfers the sacred craft and magic of the family's traditions into every sip. It is finished with the infusion of anise.
Did you Know? - The distillation of Bacanora was illegal until 1992, bootlegged by vinateros for many generations. Since 2000 Bacanora has been issued with an origin denomination bill by the Mexican government. This means that only mezcal produced by the agave variety grown in the Sonora municipalities can legally be called Bacanora.
Legend has it - That's how the Jesuit missionaries referred to it in the summer of 1756 when the Opata Indians offered it as a healing remedy. It didn't take long for the Jesuits to praise the benefits of a daily dose. The legend says they broke their bread with it religiously, certain that every agave plant is a gift from God.
- Brilliant caramel color with fruity notes
- Herbal undertones with a rounded savory-sweet character
- Perfectly intertwining anise and flavors of cooked agave
DOUBLE GOLD, Best of Category - American Distilling Institute 2019
Frequently Asked Questions
Is all your inventory online?
We try to keep the store as updated as possible, but we always get new shipments. So if you don't see what you are looking for, send an email, and we'll check to see what Moose is hiding in the back room.
What is the difference between Tequila & Mezcal?
Tequila is a type of mezcal, much like how scotch and bourbon are types of whiskey.
Tequila and mezcal are both types of agave-based spirits that are popular in Mexico, but there are some key differences between the two. Tequila is made exclusively from the blue agave plant, which is primarily grown in the area surrounding the city of Tequila, about 40 miles northwest of Guadalajara. Mezcal, on the other hand, can be made from any type of agave plant, and is often made using traditional, labor-intensive methods.
One of the most noticeable differences between tequila and mezcal is their flavor. Tequila is typically smooth and subtle, with hints of fruit and spices, while mezcal has a more complex, smoky flavor that comes from the roasting of the agave hearts before they are fermented and distilled.
Another difference between the two spirits is their production process. Tequila is typically made using modern industrial methods, while mezcal is often produced using traditional techniques that have been passed down for generations. This can give mezcal a more authentic, artisanal character.
In general, tequila is considered to be a more refined and sophisticated spirit, while mezcal is often viewed as a more rustic and traditional drink. Both are popular in Mexico and are enjoyed around the world, so the best way to decide which one you like is to try them both and see which one suits your tastes.
Where do you ship to?
Currently, we only ship within California.
Our rates are applicable for orders up to six bottles.
Please contact us directly to calculate bulk shipping options.
California Proposition 65 Warning
Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects.
For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/alcohol.