Hacienda de Chihuahua

Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol Plata (kosher)

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  • Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol Plata (kosher)
  • Hacienda de Chihuahua Sotol Plata (kosher)


Sotol Hacienda de Chihuahua is pure, totally wild and natural. It proudly bears the USDA organic seal, as well as *Kosher certifications*.

No herbicides, no insecticides, no fertilizers.
Each bottle contains the distilled nectar of an at least estimated 15 year-old plant, providing the richest agave scent and flavor one can find.
Sotol Plata Hacienda de Chihuahua is our purest version of this exquisite spirit.
Extremely smooth and fresh, this award winning spirit offers the fullest wild agavacea taste and complexity that differentiates it from any other beverage of its kind.
“The bouquet is pleasantly minty and vegetal. The palate entry is clean and focused; the midpalate displays a delicate touch of agave sugar sweetness... Concludes dry, vegetal and earthy” –Wine Enthusiast | Very Good / Recommended.
“It is the state spirit of Chihuahua and has a flavor that distinguishes it beyond name. It is made from a wild plant which contributes to a lively and optimal flavor. This stuff is the real deal.

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Sotol Hacienda de Chihuahua

    Posted by Angel Martinez on Jan 6th 2023

    If you like Mezcal Artesanal, you are going to fall in love with this Sotol, Favor is very smooth, agave favor,

  • 5
    Sotol Plata (Kosher) I love it.

    Posted by Adolfo Torrescano. Sr. on Mar 2nd 2021

    This is one of my FAVORITES. Thank you.

  • 3
    Mild and a little boring

    Posted by Jordan on Nov 26th 2018

    You can definitely tell this has a lower abv. While this isnt bad at all, it tastes pretty similar to plain old tequila. I've had other sotols and there is none of the earthy, wet concrete taste that I have loved about those. At this price you might as well buy some Espalon blanco, it is much more accessible and more expressive.

  • 5

    Posted by DB Atlanta on Mar 27th 2018

    We discovered this Sotol a number of years ago. It is Kosher for Passover, and is smooth and has no petroleum aftertaste. It goes well in a caipirinha, with muddled lime and a little sugar, or just straight out of the freezer. We enjoy it with a little grapefruit or orange juice or as a sipping liquor. As you sip it, on a cold winter's evening, you can feel it gently warm from your head to your toes, and you can feel the relaxation as well.

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