Producer notes: "The 'Rancho Los Nopales', at 2070 meters altitude belonged to Carlos Camarena's grandfather Don Felipe Camarena. It is surrounded by other agave fields; however, on its east side there are wild prickle pear cactuses forming a fence, hence the name 'Los Nopales'. The average sugar content was 27.5% and the age of the plants was 6 years and 9 months at harvest. This is the first time in 35 years this land was used to grow agave. Nose: pineapple, green banana, orange blossom, sea pool minerality, chamomile blossoms, marzipan, freshly cut grass, river stone minerality. Palate: sweet yellow fruit complexity, spearmint, cut grass, earthy, chamomile, flan caramel."