Feliciano Vivanco began cultivating highland agave during Mexico's tumultuous post-revolutionary period of 1919-1929. In Don Feliciano's hometown of Arandas, Jalisco, the next four generations of the Vivanco family remained devoted to expanding the family's agave plantations and in 1994 the family dream of acquiring their own Arandas distillery was finally realized with the purchase of the "Destilería El Ranchito." With approximately 2,000 acres of estate-grown agave at their disposal, the Vivanco family has since become renown for producing rich, well-balanced tequilas created by marrying honored distillation traditions with modern innovation.
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Recipe for : ULUA sunrise
1.5oz Tequila ArteNOM reposado
0.5 oz kahlua coffee cream
1t(very small)creme de cacao
2oz fresh pineapple juice
Float Don Amado Plata Mezcal
Shake, strain and serve with crushed ice add a good float Crema de Mezcal. Fill up with more crushed ice and garnish with a pineaple leaf
This is a drink for those who loves sweet stuff! If you like it less sweet maybe 1/4th Kahlúa Coffee cream is better. The crema de mezcal gives a real nice touch to this.
My impression of Kahlúa Coffee Cream is good, its smooth and mellow, yummy and creamy.
Smooth, rich flavors, but not overpowering--absolutely delicious. My new favorite.
Clean, crisp, and nutty with a slight sweet finish.