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Tradición Chagoya - Donaji Joven Olla de Barro

Tradición Chagoya - Donaji Joven Olla de Barro


CATEGORY: Young /Joven Olla de Barro/Clay Pot.TYPE OF AGAVE: Espadín (angustifolia haw).MASTER PALENQUERO: Rey Arellanes.ZONE: Santa Catarina Minas, Oaxaca, MX.CONTENT: Bottled in origin in a bottle of 750 ml.

SIGHT: Brilliant tones and perfect pearls.SMELL: Freshness, sweet aromas with hints of wet earth.TASTE: Moistness to the palate leaving a warm effect, flavour of cooked fruits, honey and caramel.


100% AGAVEALCOHOLIC GRADE: 47%OVEN: Underground conical river rock oven.GRINDING: Wooden mallet.FERMENTATION: In wooden cyprus tubs (árbol ahuehuete mexicano).DISTILLATION: In clay pot still.STABILITY: According to the standards of quality of Tradition Chagoya

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    Oaxaca was dominated by a group of noble natives belonging to the Zapotec and Mixtec cultures. King Cosijoeza, ruler of the city of Zaachila, had a daughter to whom he gave the name of “Donají” meaning “grand soul”. The Mixtecs and Zapotecs had a series of violent disputes, causing the Mixtecs to take revenge of the King by sacrificing his daughter, the Princess Donají, she was laid to rest near theAtoyac river.

    It is said that years later when her body was found, it was still in perfect condition, and from her head beautiful species of wild lilies had grown, this image was immediately converted to be the symbol of the Zapotec town.

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