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    Don Amado

    Don Amado Reposado Mezcal

    Don Amado Reposado is aged for six months in barrels that formerly held Pedro Domecq Mexican Brandy. This mezcal has notes of fresh lime, green olives, peppercorn, green tea, and minerals. The barrel aging gives it strong flavors of sweet oak and caramel...

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    Don Amado

    Don Amado Rustico

    Don Amado Rustico is made in Santa Catarina Minas, Oaxaca by mezcalero Germán Bonifacio Arellanes. The same distillery also produces Mina Real Mezcal. This mezcal carries a bit of smoke, but it doesn’t overwhelm the fruit and floral notes that mix nicely...

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    El Buho

    El Buho Mezcal

    El Buho Mezcal is made with agave Espadin in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. Though El Buho is marketed as a great way to “spice up your cocktails,” it’s also a pretty good sipping mezcal. It’s versatile as a mixer or a sipper. When sipped neat, it has notes...

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    El Jolgorio

    El Jolgorio Barril

    El Jolgorio Barril uses the agave Barril, which is a rare subspecies of the Karwinskii agaves that grows wild at high elevations. The Barril piña is dense with sugars and very little water, which results in a Mezcal of great complexity.  This Mezcal...

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    El Jolgorio

    El Jolgorio Cuixe

    El Jolgorio Cuixe is made with the rare and wild agave Cuishe.  Like its relatives agave Madrecuishe and Barril, this agave grows in a cylindrical, stalk-shaped piña, with leaves spreading at the top. It is often slightly smaller than Madrecuixe, but...

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    El Jolgorio

    El Jolgorio Madrecuixe

    El Jolgorio Madrecuixe is made with agave Madre-Cuishe, which is known to grow mostly at higher elevations.  Due to the agave’s dense core and relatively low water content, Mezcal made from Madre-Cuishe often has the flavor of high minerality mixed with...

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