Amarás Logia Sierra Negra invites fine palates to citric and herbaceous aromas, with light and spicy flavors that blend into a sweet finish.
- Crafted using a 12-year-old wild agave A. americana.
- Due to its minimal seed viability, it has a limited yearly production of 2,000 liters on average.
- Its unique recipe starts with the inclusion of pink peppercorns (pirul) and red chili peppers to the volcanic rocks and oak wood used in the cooking process.
43% Alc. Vol.
Agave: Sierra Negra (A. americana)
Region: Sierra Sur / Valle Central, Oaxaca
Growth period: 12 years
Oven type: Conical stone
Mill type: Egyptian
Cooking wood: Oak
Fermentation vats: Pine woods
Still types: Copper
On the nose: Profound hints of tangerine combined with herbaceous aromas of agave.
On the palate: Slight meaty flavors before transforming into smooth rosemary, lavender, and cinnamon notes.
Finish: A trace almond combined with roasted corn.