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Xila Licor de Agave 7 Notas

by Flor de Luna Destilados

Regular price $36.99
Regular price Sale price $36.99

Size: 750 ML

Alc/Vol: 20%

This spiced mezcal liqueur is inspired by two of Mexico's most captivating and significant cultures: the Oaxacan and Pueblan. The long leaved, succulent agave plant characterizes the state of Oaxaca; the traditional agave spirit is blended with the flavor-packed, smoky ancho chile of Puebla.

Seven notes make up the unique recipe perfected by Mexican women, each note carefully selected for their harmonic affinity with the others. Caramelized pineapple, lavender, ancho chile, hibiscus flower, clove, cinnamon and black pepper combine to lure the senses and create an easy way to sip mezcal.

At 20% ABV and with a low sugar content of 200 grams per liter, it is ideal to drink in low ABV cocktails or simply on the rocks as a spirit-forward Ready to Drink.

7 Notas: All botanicals are sourced in Mexico, and all are dried except the fresh pineapple.

Head: Lavender Hibiscus Flower
Heart: Cinnamon Black Pepper Clove Caramelized Pineapple
Base: Ancho Chile

Brand Story

Hillhamn Salome founded Flor Du Luna in Mexico City in 2015 as the country’s first female-powered distillery - her production team consists of five women including herself. Fittingly, Xila means woman in the Mexican indigenous language of Zapotec, while Flor de Luna references the fragrant and mysterious moon flowers endemic to Chiapas and the Yucatán peninsula.

This spiced mezcal liqueur is inspired by two of Mexico’s most captivating and significant cultures: the Oaxacan and Pueblan. The long leaved, succulent agave plant characterizes the state of Oaxaca; the traditional agave spirit is blended with the flavor- packed, smoky ancho chile of Puebla. 

Seven notes make up the unique recipe perfected by Mexican women, each note carefully selected for their harmonic affinity with the others. Caramelized pineapple, lavender, chile ancho, hibiscus flower, clove, cinnamon and black pepper combine to lure the senses and create an easy way to sip mezcal.

"At 20% ABV and with a low sugar content of 200 grams per liter, it is ideal to drink in low ABV cocktails or simply on the rocks as a spirit-forward Ready to Drink."

7 Days Infused. 7 Days Rested. 7 Days Filtered.

Mezcal Espadín Joven produced in Santiago Mazatlán, Oaxaca, using artisanal methods by Mezcalero Edilberto Bautista is delivered at 100 Proof. 

When the mezcal arrives to Flor de Luna, the women begin gathering and counting all of their 7 Notas. All flowers and spices are hand selected. All botanicals are sourced in Mexico, and all are dried except the fresh pineapple. They caramelize the pineapple on the spot and deseed the ancho chiles. 

Once prepared, they make a big bag of tea and let it macerate in the mezcal for 7 days. Once this infusion is finished, the mezcal is proofed with water and homemade syrup. It is then rested for another 7 days so that all the sediments set in. 

The liquid is then bottled and labeled by hand.

7 Notas 

Head: Lavender, Hibiscus Flower Heart: Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Clove, Caramelized PineappleBase: Chile Ancho

  • As a Cocktail

    Xila is jam packed with flavors that bring vibrancy to your cocktails – use Xila as your new secret ingredient to punch up your drinks and impress your friends. Substitute Xila for vermouth in your mezcal negroni, use it as a float for a new twist on a Cadillac margarita, or mix with sparkling wine for a simple brunch cocktail.

  • Neat or Over Ice

    Xila is a liqueur that stands on its own – whether you’re looking for a low ABV shot with plenty of flavor or a night cap to wind down the evening, Xila makes for easy drinking either on its own or over ice.

  • Food Pairings

    Xila is your new brunch bestie – she plays well with churros and fried chicken, cinnamon French toast, and beignets with fresh fruit compote. If you’re more of a night person, invite Xila to your dessert course – she shines with vanilla ice cream, mangonadas and pecan pie.

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