Made of espadin agave grown at 1,036m in the chalk rich soil south of Oaxaca.
The Alipús range celebrates the small producers of Oaxaca – this one is made by Don Baltazar Cruz Gómez.
Made from semi-wild espadin agave harvested in the central valley of
Oaxaca, the añejo is made from the same base as the joven.
Made from espadin agave that is roasted in palenques, distilled in ceramic pot stills and aged in American oak ex-brandy barrels.
Made from shade grown agave at 1,622m that is baked in underground ovens.
Made of espadín agave from the central valley of Oaxaca, production is entirely artisanal.
Don Amado Arroqueno is very smokey with lots of earthy notes. It’s soft and very easy to drink. This is a great agave from a reputable palenque.
This mezcal is made entirely from espadin agave grown in the iron rich soil of the river town of San Juan.
Made from espadín agave harvested in the central valley of Oaxaca,
production is entirely hand crafted and artisanal.
Made from espadin agave that is distilled in ceramic and bamboo pot stills that are handmade from the clay soil at Las Joyas.