The name of the ranch, Las Aguilas ("the eagles") comes from the fact that eagles used to have a nest in one of the trees in the ranch. It is the second time that agave has been grown there, the last time was around 1965. After that it was used to grow grass and feed cattle. Nose: butter, macadamia nut, violet flowers, wet green leaves, bright, round acetone, cinnamon, tart cassis, pink peppercorns and nutmeg. Palate: whipped cream, white chocolate, menthol, black pepper, tart red berries and tannic dryness. Agave harvested in 2017.