A white sotol, made in Mexico from Desert Spoon in a similar manner to tequila, produced by Hacienda de Chihuahua in the north of the country. It's a clean tasting and crisp example of this rarely exported spirit.
Hacienda de Chihuahua's Anejo Sotol is a 24 month old sotol, matured in French oak barrels and made in Mexico from the Desert Spoon shrub. It picked up a Tequila.net's Best Sotol award in 2011 and is an excellent example of the 'Other Other' spirit of Mexico.
An extra old Sotol, a spirit similar to tequila made using Dessert Spoon, a shrub native to Mexico and the southern USA. Hacienda de Chihuahua is one of the few commercially available and this is the pinnacle of what they make - aged for 5 years in new French oak barrels.