Casa d'Aristi Xtabentun Honey Liqueur
Made in the Yucatan Peninsula, this honey liqueur is a nod to the beverage Indigenous Mayans made centuries ago from the nectar of the Xtabentún flowering vine. This liqueur, however, is made by fermenting the honey produced by bees who feast on that same flower. The resulting elixir is then combined with rum and anise to create this final product.
Other LiqueursAll the other misfit liqueurs live here and deserve special recognition for thinking outside the box.