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Tequila Cascahuin is produced in its namesake distillery in El Arenal, Jalisco, MX, in the lowlands of Jalisco. Master Distiller Salvador Rosales Torres' traditions of distilling go back as far as 1904. This also happens to be the year the Mexican government started to regulate and register distilleries. The distillery, Cascahuin, directly translates to "Mountain of Light." and borrows its name from the nearby mountain in El Arenal known for attracting lightning.
This tequila is extracted 100% by Tahona, a pre-Hispanic stone used in ancient times to crush the agave. Expect aromas of mint, citrus, and sweet agave fruit. Flavors offer mainly sweet and herbal notes that are characteristic of lowland Tequila.