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Cenote Tequila Sac Actun Batch 1, bottled at 40% alcohol by volume, pays homage to the rich cultural and natural heritage of the Yucatán Peninsula with a name inspired by the Yucatec Maya language. "Sac Actun" translates to "White Cave System," referring to the extensive underwater cave system along the Caribbean coast, renowned as the longest known underwater cave system.
This tequila draws inspiration not only from the geological marvel of the Sac Actun cave system but also from the archaeological discoveries within its depths. The remains of a Mammut and a human female, named Naia, have been unearthed in the cave, dating back as far as 13,000 years. These discoveries provide a glimpse into the ancient history and biodiversity encapsulated within the cave's embrace.
Cenote Tequila Sac Actun Batch 1 serves as an ode to Maya heritage, embracing the cultural significance of cenotes and the natural wonders that have captivated civilizations for centuries. The term "cenote," meaning "sacred well," reflects the Mayans' reverence for these water sources, considering them vital during dry times. Additionally, cenotes were believed to be "windows to the underworld," inhabited by gods and goddesses, including Chaac, the god of rainfall.
As enthusiasts delve into this tequila expression, they embark on a sensory journey that transcends the ordinary. The name Sac Actun not only signifies a geological marvel but also encapsulates the spirit of exploration, both natural and cultural. The tequila within the bottle is more than a libation; it is a tribute to ancient ideas, a celebration of the interconnectedness between nature and human history.
Cenote Tequila Sac Actun Batch 1 at 40% emerges as a distinctive expression within the Cenote portfolio, inviting enthusiasts to savor the essence of the Yucatán Peninsula. With every sip, this tequila becomes a vessel for storytelling, connecting the drinker to the geological wonders and cultural heritage that define the region.