Pechuga

Pechuga

  • Banhez Pechuga

    Banhez

    Banhez Pechuga (750ml)

    Banhez Pechuga de Pavo is made with the addition of apples and other seasonal fruits. A Turkey breast (pechuga de pavo) is also strung in the still for the third and final distillation. This type of Pechuga is traditionally drunken during celebrations...

    $97.99
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    Benesin

    Benesin Pechuga (750ml)

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    $79.99
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    Bozal

    Bozal Borrego (750ml)

    Bozal Borrego is a limited release. This mezcal is made with wild agave Castilla, which is a close relative to agave Espadin. Similar to a Pechuga, during the second distillation, a leg of lamb, in addition to seasonal wild fruits and grains harvested...

    $93.99
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    Bozal

    Bozal Pechuga (750ml)

    Bozal Pechuga is made with agave Cupreata as a limited release from Mazatlan, Guerrero. After the second distillation a cooked chicken marinates with locally sourced fruits, chiles, citrus fruits, raisins, cinnamon and clove. After the chicken has fully...

    $94.99
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    Bruxo

    Bruxo No. 2 Pechuga de Maguey (750ml)

    Bruxo No. 2 is not a typical Pechuga.  Unlike almost every other Mezcal going by this name, Bruxo No. 2 contains no meat.  The signature chicken breast of other Pechugas is not present in this Mezcal.  That said, this is still a wonderful...

    $59.99
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    Del Maguey

    Del Maguey Iberico (750ml)

    Del Maguey Iberico is a completely unique Mezcal that is made to the highest Del Maguey standards. The idea of introducing Ibérico ham in-lieu of the Pechuga was suggested to Ron by Ruben, and a couple of months later Ruben shipped a leg of...

    $219.99
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    Del Maguey

    Del Maguey Pechuga (750ml)

    The Del Maguey Pechuga has a nose of basil, lemon, ocean, and fruit. It is almost scotch-like in its smoky taste. And yes, in addition it is salty, very soft, and tastes a bit like chicken. The Pechuga production season is limited to year end due to the...

    $189.99
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    Don Amado

    Don Amado Pechuga (750ml)

    Don Amado Pechuga is a vegan “Pechuga” similar to those produced by Wahaka and a few other brands. Traditionally, Pechuga mezcal is made by hanging a chicken breast in the still during the third distillation. This vegan Pechuga, however, uses a...

    $98.89
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    Don Mateo

    Don Mateo Pechuga (750ml)

    Don Mateo Pechuga is a pure sampling from Michoacan. It’s made with agave Cenizo, which makes it unique as most exported pechugas mezcals are made with agave Espadin. During the third distillation, Don Emilio’s wife adds her special recipe,...

    $99.99
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    El Jolgorio

    El Jolgorio Pechuga (750ml)

    El Jolgorio Pechuga is made using two distillations. During the second distillation, the mezcalero adds locally harvested fruit and spices, like pineapple, orange, and plantains. Also during the second distillation, the mezcalero hangs a raw turkey...

    $149.99
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    Fidencio

    Fidencio Pechuga (750ml)

    Fidencio Pechuga is made with undiluted Fidencio Clásico, which is put back in the still for a third distillation and bottled, undiluted at 45%. Along with the Mezcal, the mezcalero adds a traditional mixture of fruit: apples, bananas, pineapple and...

    $99.99
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    La Herencia de Sanchez

    La Herencia de Sanchez Pechuga de Codorniz (750ml)

    La Herencia de Sanchez Pechuga de Codorniz is made with agave Espadin in Candelaria Yegole, Oaxaca. Unlike pechuga mezcal from most other producers, maestro mezcalero Romulo Sanchez Parada only distills this mezcal twice. After the first distillation, he...

    $119.99