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Siembra Valles High Proof
This assertive 94-proof blanco borrows production techniques from maestro mezcaleros. Flavour profiles vary by batch, but it’s always an experience in Valles terroir. High Proof features a tahona (stone wheel), bagasse to spark fermentation, and months of resting in glass demijohns. Corn-cob-capped demijohns allow micro-oxygenation, helping us distill to proof without masking delicate aromas and flavours.

Siembra Valles
Volcanic soil. Rainy Summers. Commanding, earthy tequilas.
Siembra Valles is born of the “Lowlands” of Jalisco, where expert jimadores manage volcanic soil and rainy summers to produce commanding, earthy tequilas. Produced at the historic, family-owned Destilería Cascahuín, Siembra Valles tequilas are an experience in traditional productions and terroir in agave. 
Process is paramount
Siembra embraces traditional methods and rejects additives and shortcuts. We love the result.
Brick Oven
A room-sized, wood-fired oven that is filled with agave and heated for days. The use of brick ovens is a hallmark of traditional tequila production, and the aromas are incredible. We never use diffusers or autoclaves because we care about tequila and the earth.

Roller Mill – Tahona
The tahona is a several-ton stone wheel rolled over roasted and milled agave to express all the sweet juices within, which later become tequila. Only a few distilleries in Mexico have tahonas, and even fewer still use them in production. They impart a unique traditional flavor.
Brick – Natural
Brick tanks maintain a natural ambient yeast colony that naturally ferment all Siembra Valles tequilas. Bagasse (the leftover fibers from extraction) is added to add deeper agave flavor and boost this natural fermentation.

Stainless w. Copper Serpentine
Copper has unique flavor benefits in tequila distillation, but it’s difficult and expensive for distilleries to maintain. Distilling in stainless steel with copper serpentines ensures that every drop of tequila touches copper, but keeps costs attainable for small productions. We never use column stills; which erase flavors for high efficiency.
20-liter Demijohns w. Corn Cobs
This is unique to Siembra Valles High Proof, and is borrowed from a maestro mezcalero we know. Dried corn cobs cap the demijohns and allow for slow natural oxidation. The most volatile compounds oxidize first, leaving high ABV spirits that are organoleptically balanced and wonderfully palatable.
The first several years of your spirits’s life.
Flavors and character develop for years in the fields. Expert jimadores sow and tend agave until its mature and then deftly harvest for a traditional production. Siembra means sowing.
100% Agave Tequilana Weber Azul
Also called “Blue Agave.” Known for high sugar content, relatively fast maturity, easy cloning, and beautiful blueish spikes. Due to restrictive legislation, this is the only agave allowed in tequila production.
Single Estate
Every agave used in this expression was grown on the same plantation. This allows for greater expression of terroir, as the agaves from a single field will be more consistent. They’ll never be identical, though— a slight variation in elevation or sun exposure across a field can have a great impact on flavor over several years. 

Registration #
Traceability protects your glass from counterfeit tequila. Demand it.A grower must register agave within one year of planting to sell it to the tequila industry. The registry is meant to guarantee that the agave was grown in the Denomination of Origin, and tells us how much usable agave should be on the market, or will be in a few years.

We print agave registration numbers to show consumers that it’s possible, and something they can and should demand.
Planting and Harvest
Siembra is selective. Mature agave is central to traditional tequila production; years of maturation impart great depth of flavour. Some newer production methods can mask younger, lower-quality agave. Our agave-centric methods demand great raw material.

Jima Type
This refers to how close to the piña the jimadores chop the agave’s spikes. A jima larga leaves more penca, or spike, than a jima normal, which in turn leaves more than jima rasurada, which leaves essentially none. Larga is common in diffuser tequilas, normal in traditional tequila production, and rasurada in ancestral mezcal.
Why So Much Info?
Production methods vary widely in tequila, and they impact sensitive ecosystems, the health of the industry and labor, and most certainly flavor. Informed consumers can seek out better tasting spirits that are better for the world.

Siembra Valles High Proof Blanco Tequila has a strong agave flavor, with notes of citrus, sweet agave, and a hint of earthiness. It has a silky texture and a strong aroma of cooked agave, with floral notes, light fruits, and baking spices. The taste is full-bodied and robust, with a long and complex finish. 
Siembra Valles High Proof is a 94-proof blanco tequila that uses production techniques from mezcaleros. Flavor profiles vary by batch.









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