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Grown and selected in Bolivia A high spirit runs through our soul This unique drink contains 40 grams of Bolivian coca leaf per litre and an exclusive blend of botanicals that include Amazonian Guarana, Argentinian Black mountain Tea and Korean Ginseng.
A distinctive, complex bitter-sweet taste, a result of the maceration and distillation of many powerful flavours. A versatile, herbal high perfect for mixing — or served as a chilled shot.
Wonderfully rich, complex and smooth with the distinctive AGWA taste. Harvested once a year, at an altitude of 2, metres. One vintage is released every year and each bottle is recorded, signed and numbered.
The captivating colour is inspired by the ancient Royal Mayan Blue and the rare blue bird of paradise from the Amazon.
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