Black and white skull inspired by the Nicaraguan Día de los Muertos traditions who take the ritual of shrine building and gift giving to the next level. Many people spend the night and have a meal in the graveyard with their loved ones to re-enforce the emotional connection between them and the deceased. The cork takes the shape of pan de muerto (bread of the dead), a common offering for the dead.
Flavor: Agave, chocolate, tobacco and coffee
Mouthfeel: Full bodied and viscous Aged: For over 1 year in American Oak casks