Agave

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    Agave de Cortes

    Agave de Cortes Espadin

    Agave de Cortes Joven was made with 100% agave Espadin. It was traditionally produced by mezcalero Leoncio Santiago with a copper still in Santiago Matatlan. At 43% ABV, this mezcal could be either sipped or used in cocktails. This was the first release...

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    Alipus

    Alipus San Juan

    Alipus San Juan del Rio uses agave Espadin from non-irrigated mountain-top plantings at 4600 feet.  Alius started working with Joel Antonio Cruz. Two years ago, he made 30,000 bottles of Alipús. Rather than try to further increase production, the Cruz...

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    Alipus

    Alipus San Luis

    Alipus San Luis uses agave Espadin that is grown in sandy soil at 4100 feet along the spreading sides of the canyon. The soils are sandy with lots of rocks, and the climate is hot, meaning lots of flavor. Don Baltazar ferments in 1500-liter pine vats...

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    Alipus

    Alipus San Miguel de Sola Espadin-Arroqueno-Ensemble

    Alipus Destilado en Barro is a very special Mezcal.  It is a small batch, rare variety that uses clay pot distillation and the rare Arroqueno agave.  There are three different mezcaleros who make this Mezcal, and the sticker on the neck of the...

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    Alipus

    Alipus Santa Ana

    Alipus Santa Ana is grown in the white hot earth and the Mezcal is product of this environment. It has a deep herbal and smokey taste with acetone scent.  This Mezcal is distinguished by the conditions of the life of the plant, which are dictated by its...

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    Amaras

    Amaras Cupreata

    The Amaras Cupreata uses the rare and wild Cupreata agave that can only be found on certain mountain slopes in the Rio Balsas basin. The slopes are between 4,000 and 6,000 feet above sea level and it takes the Cupreata about 13 years to mature due to the...

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    Amaras

    Amaras Espadin

    Amaras Espadin subtly perfumes the nose with a nice touch of blossom, which continue to unfold with every taste, giving way to a first touch of wood, and closing up to the sweetness of matured mango. During the after taste, a velvety salted texture takes...

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    Banhez

    Banhez Espadin-Barril Ensemble

    Banhez Mezcal is produced by a co-op of 20 families in the tiny village of San Miguel Ejutla. They are producing mezcal the same way it’s been done by their ancestors for nearly two centuries using underground wood-fired pits, donkey-pulled...

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