A design label collaborating closely with Mexican artisans, ONORA delves into the realm of textiles, utilitarian objects, and decorative pieces, employing ancient artisan techniques. Their aim is to reinvent these traditional crafts while maintaining a strong connection to Mexico's cultural heritage, striking a balance between tradition and innovation. Their creations are designed for modern daily rituals, imbuing them with new narratives drawn from Mexico's rich tapestry of stories. Hand-painted by Amate artisans from Xalitla, Guerrero—a Nahuatl village along the Balsas River—each bottle cap depicts the agave plant's production cycle, the source of tequila. This distinctive Amate painting style represents one of Mexico's most cherished folk art traditions. ONORA's offerings boast a captivating blend of caramel, honey, cooked agave, and dried fruits like fig or quince, accented by notes of chocolate, tobacco, and confectionery, creating an alluring and aromatic experience.
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