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On the hillsides, where the slopes are steep, the agaves criollos grow wild "in nature’s hands". Here, the plant depends on rainwater and ripens more slowly, producing a smaller but richer piña.
After an extended period - up to 10 years - it is the turn of the jimadores of Casa Siete Leguas, who will face the challenges of mother nature - just as the agaves did - by performing the jima in a heroic way among the steep slopes.
Siete Leguas transforms the fruit of the agave -the piña- into this unique tequila with which they celebrate the first seventy years of their house.