A design label collaborating closely with Mexican artisans, ONORA ventures into the realm of textiles, utilitarian objects, and decorative items, all crafted using ancient artisanal techniques. Their mission revolves around reimagining these traditional practices while maintaining a strong connection to Mexico's cultural heritage, striving to strike a delicate balance between tradition and innovation. Their creations are tailored for the routines of contemporary life, infusing fresh narratives into treasured tales of the past. Each bottle cap undergoes meticulous hand-painting by Amate artisans from Xalitla, Guerrero, a Nahuavillage situated along the Balsas River. These caps intricately depict the agave plant's production cycle, essential in tequila making. The unique Amate painting style showcased here stands as a cherished folk-art tradition within Mexico. Through ONORA's offerings, a captivating fusion of caramel, honey, cooked agave, and dried fruits like figs or quince unfolds, accompanied by subtle undertones of chocolate, tobacco, and confectionery, resulting in an alluring, aromatic experience.
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