PLUMA NEGRA (black feather) and The Legend of Mezcal. Long ago on the highest mountain, lightning struck an agave plant, slicing it in two and cooking it instantly. A farmer saw a group of black birds circling the agave after the storm and went to investigate. He tasted the sweet, cooked agave and took it back to share with his village. The farmer carried the agave heart all the way to his Palenque (still), leaving a frantic path of black feathers as he fought back the birds along the way. The black feather on this bottle honors the traditional wisdom of the blackbird, the farmer taste and vision, and the community community-building benefits of sharing MEZCAL culture.
Mezcal Pluma Negra
United States of America
I am looking for marketing companies that appreciate artisanal processes, culture, and that share a social responsibility with the communities and that mainly value the work of Maestros mezcaleros and small business so that together we are proud to promote a quality product.