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Lost Mexican Blanco Agave Pocketful of Stones

In early 1825, Stanley Kiernan, the son of a Penzance distiller, set sail from Falmouth with around 60 of his fellow Cornishmen and 1500 tons of mining machinery. They arrived in Mineral del Monte, Mexico, in May 1826, where they immediately set to work resurrecting the region’s derelict silver mines.

Before too long, the mines were up and running, the pasty was the new staple in town, and Stanley fashions a basic still out of damaged mining equipment. With the help of the locals and their succulent botanicals, he starts to experiment, and on that windswept hill in central Mexico, the world’s first Cornish-made mezcal is born – a recipe lost in time until now…


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About the Producer:

The Co-founders all worked and lived together in bars in central London. They made loads of friends, had lots of fun, and created all kinds of memories – most of which they can’t talk about…

Maybe, more importantly, they learned lots and lots about spirits and fell in love with their rich history. Abandoning the crowds of London for the wilds of Cornwall, they are pouring all that experience into Pocketful of Stones to make beautifully unique and fantastic Spirits.


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