Araceli Marigold Liqueur
Araceli (Spanish for “Altar Of Heaven”) was inspired and created to honor the sacred CempazúchitlMarigold, known as Flor de Muerto. The bright orange marigold blooms on the hillsides of Mexico in
October and November and plays a significant role in the El Día de Los Muertos festivities. Stunning
displays of marigolds are used in abundance to decorate elaborate religious statues, altars, crosses,
garlands, clothing, gardens, pathways, and walkways throughout the celebration. The scent of the
sacred marigold flower is said to guide deceased spirits in finding their way back, to join loving
family gatherings honoring them.