Alcohol Victoria has been sold in Mexico for more than 100 years. It is a high proof cane spirit, consumed in many ways, but most commonly in winter punches and coffee. Because it is a high proof (99 Proof) This contributes to the fact that many families will keep a bottle, or two, on hand.
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Agave is produced in the famous tequila-producing town of Amatitan, Mexico where prestigious brands such as Herradura, El Jimador and originally Cabo Wabo were from.
The volcanic region grows some of the best quality agave plants. The boutique distillery owned by Daniel Parida, Jr. and father, David Partida, Jr. takes hands-on pride, compassion, and commitment producing the finest quality 100% agave tequila. All the agave plants are estate grown and they only use mature 8-1o year-old plants.
Oso Negro vodka is a household name in Mexico. It is produced by Casa Cuervo, Mexico’s oldest distilling company.
Oso Negro is a quality imported vodka that is priced between brands like Popov and Smirnoff, well below other imported vodka prices.
Rancho Alegre is produced with 100% Weber Blue Agave, cultivated in red clay soil, located exclusively in Los Altos, Jalisco, Mexico, where the the best agaves used for tequila production are grown.
The most sophisticated palate will enjoy the smooth taste of Rancho Alegre, a quality tequila, available in Rancho Alegre Reposado and Blanco.
Santa Clara is a rompope – a traditional Mexican liqueur made with fresh cream, sugar, and eggs.
There are many different brands of Rompope produced in Mexico. Santa Clara is currently being produced by Casa Cuervo and is Mexico’s #1 selling rompope. All natural ingredients are used, unlike most other brands.
Destileria La Central was founded in the early 1900s. For many years they had produced the number one consumed spirit beverage in El Salvador.
Viuda de Sanchez
Viuda de Sanchez is authentic sangrita from Mexico. It is owned by Casa Cuervo and is by far the best selling sangrita in Mexico. Although it looks like a Bloody Mary Mix, it is much different in taste and ingredients.
There are no tomatoes in sangrita; the red color comes from chili de arbol. It refreshes and cleanses the palate after each sip and enhances the taste of your favorite tequila.