One Village. One Crop. One Harvest.
It all began with the children of rural Colima.
We started out with the goal of making the best possible tequila and selling it to our friends to support Project Amigo, a non-profit organization creating education opportunities for the poorest children in rural Colima. That remains our goal today. Proceeds from the sale of every bottle of Dos Volcanes goes to support scholarships for these inspiring students. We will update you on our Dos Volcanes Scholarships as our sales allow us to sponsor new students every school year. Please visit the Project Amigo website to see how you can directly support these students as a volunteer or contributor. Come visit us in Cofradia!
As of June 2014, 45 Project Amigo scholars have received college degrees and more than 90 percent of the graduating high schoolers each year choose to continue their education at the college level.
(At left) Mireya Rincon Torres, a Project Amigo scholar and graduate of University of Colima with a law degree, is the current elected Commissaria (Mayor) of Cofradia de Suchitlan, the first woman to hold the postion in the history of the village.