Master mezcaleros in the hills east of Volcano Popocatépetl have been using bull hides as fermentation vessels for centuries. After a stint in the USA as a gardener, Abdias returned to his homeland of Puebla to study liquid wisdom from his aging father. Years later, Abdias works with bull hides, a tree trunk still neck and other techniques his ancestors applied to craft Luneta's Papalometl.
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