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Conversations in Agave: Masterclass - Shared screen with speaker view
Jon Medlinsky
24:32
no bacanora at the moment but i have a some madrecuixe i picked up at In Situ :)
Shad Kvetko
27:35
The Sonoran region is a shared and beautiful area
susan coss
27:42
welcome everyone! We are going to try and hold questions to the end but if there is a question pertinent to moment, drop it into this window or the QA window
jonathan melman
28:16
no bacanora for me, sorry…. but asombroso anejo is my current fav.
Rimas (JAX, FL)
01:01:50
where can we find his brands in the US? (you can ask later)
Shad Kvetko
01:02:03
it mentioned the Opata. Does the Yaqui have a tradition of distillation?
Jon Medlinsky
01:09:29
related maybe, do you think the cows and their biome affect the fermentation like people say about Michoacan ? Forgive my ignorance, do people traditionally ferment Baconara in leather?
Shad Kvetko
01:27:26
If we refer back to Isabel Mulford, is there any other evidence of distillation in Pimerea Alta (Tucson Sonoran region)
Jarrett Hedrick
01:36:59
do you sell out of Old Town Liquor in San Diego?
Shad Kvetko
01:38:11
Ajo???
Jarrett Hedrick
01:38:16
come by Tahona! I bartend there. Would love to support!
susan coss
01:38:35
I will send a message to old town to get them on board selling the product thru their online store!
Shad Kvetko
01:38:36
i know where it is. I just can’t believe it
Shad Kvetko
01:39:19
LOl
Jarrett Hedrick
01:39:46
Thank you Susan. I live and work close by is why
Jarrett Hedrick
01:43:01
What would you say is the biggest cultural identity and differentiation from other agave distillates? Just in a sense a way to relay to new drinkers that aren’t in the know.
Shad Kvetko
01:59:50
Thank you Michael, Susan and Max!
Jarrett Hedrick
02:00:05
Thanks guys!
jonathan melman
02:00:20
thank you also, from boston…….
susan coss
02:00:29
mh@borderlandspirits.com
Eric Zandona
02:00:45
👍
Eric Zandona
02:02:56
thank you so much