Xicaru is the Zapotec word for beautiful. This name reflects mezcalero Fernando Santibañez’s desire to share his artistic creations. Using his grandmother’s recipe, Fernando makes small batches of Xicaru Mezcal at his palenque in Matatlán, Oaxaca. Its natural smoky flavor is derived by cooking the agave in a conical stone oven on mesquite and ocote, woods native to Oaxaca. The cooked agave is tahona mashed and naturally fermented in an open pine vat. In ancient Mexican culture the Jaguar symbolized great strength and agility. The Santibanez family home of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca derives its name from this revered creature. We utilize the jaguar to reflect the tradition and heritage used to craft Xicaru Mezcal.
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