Cascahuin (NOM 1123) was the first distillery David Suro ever visited. There he met Don Salvador Rosales Briseño; a man so proud of his tequila that if the agave did not meet his standards he would shut the distillery down until he found appropriate raw materials.
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.
Since that first sip of tequila from Distileria Cascahuin, David Suro has been on a quest to connect the history of agave to a brighter future for Mexico and its people. With this partnership, Cascahuin and Siembra Spirits look forward to challenging the consumer with the level of transparency and technical data that Siembra Valles is providing.