› Wild agave native to Guerrero region, Criollo
› Open air fermentation for 5 days
› Double distilled in both an arabic and filipino still with a wood hat
› Mezcal artesanal from Mazatlán, Guerrero
› 100% Maguey Criollo (A. Angustifolia Rubescens)
The label for Pelotón de la Muerte is the flag “The Doliente Hidalgo”, is the banner that represented the insurgent army call “The scuadron of death”, that seeked reveenge for the murder ot the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. The red in the flag represents the blood of the leader, the black cross represents the mourning for the priest Dolores, the bones honor his remains.
Miguel Hidalgo was executed by a firing squad in 1811, decapitated and taken to the Alhondiga de las Granaditas, in Guanajuato, where it was hung on exhibition. Not until 1821, when the heroic Trigarante Army was able to declare independence, when the head was retired from this place and reunited with his remains, tu be able to give him a proper funeral. The flag was plastered on the mural that was painted by a native from Coyoacan, Juan O’Gorman in the Castle of Chapultepec, which he called “Retablo de la Independencia”