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Burrito Fiestero Masparillo Mezcal Ancestral

Ancestral Certified Masparillo Mezcal, limited edition, rare and small batch collectors items. This wild grown Burrito Fiestero Mezcal is created with joy & passion in the remote state of Durango, Mexico. With sustainable practices, Burrito Fiestero focuses on delivering the best flavours of northern Mexico using traditional ancestral methods and individually hand painted bottles by local Mexican artesans.

Mezcal Vago Espadin (Emigdio Jarquin) 50. Non-Vintage

Kimo Sabe Anejo Mezcal

The Mezcal that changed the industry. Ecologically friendly, sustainable, and most awarded mezcal of its time. Smooth, subtle, aged for 18 months in new American white oak barrels. Founded by a Father and Daughter team dedicated to supporting the people of Mexico. Refined notes of vanilla pod and sweet grass with a delicate taste of spicy vanilla, tropical banana & licorice with a butter creme finish.

Burrito Fiestero Castilla Mezcal Ancestral

Ancestral Certified Mezcal Castilla, limited edition, rare and small batch collectors items. This wild grown Burrito Fiestero Mezcal is created with joy & passion in the remote state of Durango, Mexico. With sustainable practices, Burrito Fiestero focuses on delivering the best flavours of northern Mexico using traditional ancestral methods and individually hand painted bottles by local Mexican artesans.

Burrito Fiestero Cenizo Mezcal Ensamble

This sustainably grown Ensamble Mezcal with organic components and a path to carbon neutral is a mix of two Agaves, Agave Salmiana and Agave Durangensis. The harmony of co-cooking, co-crushing, co-fermenting and co-distilling brings to life the rich flavours and aromas of 2 revered Agaves. No to be confused with blending this Burrito Fiestero Mezcal is created with joy and passion in the state of Durango, Mexico.

Artesanal Joven Cupreata

Artesanal Cupreata 750mL 100% Wild Agave Papalometl Artesanal was borne to exclusively represent and support female and ultra small mezcal producers who incorporate sustainable organic farming practices and genuine artisanal craft production methods in remote areas of Mexico. The Artesanal brand aims to empower female & ultra small producers in a celebration of their prized art while educating consumers by providing all necessary information required to identify, and find a great quality mezcal. On the back label of each of our bottles, you will find information on the agave varietal type, the artisans who made it, the villages they are from, and all the relevant details of the artisanal craft production processes utilised in their production. Each of our rare ultra small batch series aids and helps preserve the dignity and way of life of the master artisans in their small rural communities, and is naturally made in line with their native traditional ethnobotanical practices without the use of any additives. Artesanal is a genuine responsible agave connoisseur’s ultra premium spirit. Info & Characteristics of Production Master Artisans: Jeyri Toribio & Jose Calixto Garcia Locality: El Calvario, Guerrero Agave Type: Agave Papalometl “Cupreata” wild harvested Altitude: 2220 meters / Roasting Method: Earth Pit Oven Mashing Method: Tahona Stone Wheel Fermentation: Wood Vats 100% natural airborne yeasts Water utilised: Natural Spring Distillation: 200 L Copper Still, double distilled Type of distillate: Young Filtration: Triple sediment cellulose filtration Bottled: At Origin / Batch Size: 130 Liter Alcohol Vol Content: 42% Production Date: February 2021 Tasting Notes. Aroma: Intricate tropical floral aromas, green mango and orchids balanced by subtle notes of leather and tanned hide. Multifaceted hints of olive, brewer’s yeast, pipe tobacco with distant bushfire smoke. Palate: Full-bodied and complex flavours of cream, parmesan cheese and olive oils balanced with bitter earthy notes of dark cacao, burnt marshmallows and smoked beef. Finish: Long and complex finish with an oily minerality that lingers and leaves the palate salivating for more. Food Pairing: Wagyu beef, Bone-in Ribeye, Tuna Sashimi, Grilled Lobster, Tacos al Pastor, Shrimp & Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos, Lamb... How to enjoy: Delicious to sip neat or great as a coktail inclusion for a classic Tommy's Style Mezcal Margarita, Mezcal Paloma or custom creations incorporating Hibiscus, Passion fruit and Kiwi.

Trascendente Mezcal Artesanal Blanco Ensamble

Double distilled from a 100% agave this Mezcal is an ensemble that has been blended from three distinct varieties of agave, Maguey Espadin, Tobala and Cuishe. Maguey Espadin is the most common varietal grown for producing mezcal, it has a moderate sweetness and gentle herbal and citrus flavours. Maguey Tobala is a smaller variety that also takes years longer to mature, it is significantly sweeter and holds more delicate floral and spice notes. Maguey Cuishe yields intensely flavoured mezcals with minerality and spice. This Mezcal is made as a balance between the three varietals and designed to be sipped, showing a sweet floral minerality with subtle smoky notes on the nose and a fresh herbal palate with a honey like sweetness, it pairs well with chocolate and citrus fruits.

Aguas Mansas Mezcal Espadin

Aguas Mansas Espadin is crystal clear, clean and bright. Full body or high density in appearance. Aromatic and expressive; some of its notes are sage, rosemary and a touch of citrus grapefruit. There is a slight smoky aroma that resembles leather. Its taste is smooth, fine and elegant. The acidity is balanced and thealcohol is gentle. Its flavor is so defined that it invites you to continue enjoying it sip by sip.

Domingo Mezcal Durango Cenizo

Mezcal Legendario Domingo was founded in 2012 by Julian Saenger. Born and raised in Mexico, Julian has always had tremendous love and respect for the art of mezcal production, often finding ways to delve into production, marketing, brand launches and general support of the category throughout Mexico. When he finally found the opportunity to create a brand of his own through partnership with the Velasco family, he chose to centre the brand design around a recurring feeling he experienced through his journey in mezcal: celebration. Through its various labels, designed in Papel Picado, Legendario Domingo highlights different mezcal producing regions of Mexico, demonstrating exemplary distillation tradition from each region and emphasizing the differences in terroir. The mezcals Legendario Domingo produces are Palenque and regional designates (similar to vineyard designates in wine), purposefully emphasizing each region by accenting the terroir and capturing the agave varietal character, aromas, flavours and mouthfeel that wild fermentation and artisanal production afford. This Mezcal is made from 100% Cenizo (Durangensis) harvested at 10-12 years old from Nombre de Dios, in the Durango region by Maestro Mezcalero Familia Colon. The piña is cooked for 4-5 days in underground conical ovens ignited with mesquite, oak and huisache woods. The roasted piña are then crushed by a Mechanical Wheel that is traditional in region. Fermentation takes place in open underground wooden vats with fresh spring water for 6-8 days. No yeast is added, and instead indigenous yeast from the air ferments the agave juice. The mezcal is then double-distilled in a 300 litre Arabic Alembic pot still made of copper and stainless steel. The mezcal is then rested 30-45 days prior to being bottled. Each bottle is then filled, labeled and boxed by hand, completing the artisanal process from field to bottle. A nose of fresh green grapes and apple candy. the palate continues with more sweet candied fruit and freshly cut grass with more grape on the finish.

Domingo Mezcal Especial Espadin Oaxaca

Mezcal Legendario Domingo was founded in 2012 by Julian Saenger. Born and raised in Mexico, Julian has always had tremendous love and respect for the art of mezcal production, often finding ways to delve into production, marketing, brand launches and general support of the category throughout Mexico. When he finally found the opportunity to create a brand of his own through partnership with the Velasco family, he chose to centre the brand design around a recurring feeling he experienced through his journey in mezcal: celebration. Through its various labels, designed in Papel Picado, Legendario Domingo highlights different mezcal producing regions of Mexico, demonstrating exemplary distillation tradition from each region and emphasizing the differences in terroir. The mezcals Legendario Domingo produces are Palenque and regional designates (similar to vineyard designates in wine), purposefully emphasizing each region by accenting the terroir and capturing the agave varietal character, aromas, flavours and mouthfeel that wild fermentation and artisanal production afford. This Mezcal is made from 100% Cultivated Maguey Espadín (Agave Angustifolia) harvested at 8-9 years old from San Luis del Rio, in the Oaxaca region by Maestro Mezcalero Familia Colon. The piña is cooked for 4-5 days in underground conical ovens ignited with Tepehuaje (Lead Tree) and sabino wood, both woods endemic to this region. Not a single tree is cut down, as all wood is gathered from fallen, dead trees. The roasted piña are then crushed by a Tahona mill, Chilean stone pulled by horse, method to crush the agave after cooking. Fermentation takes place in open underground wooden vats with fresh spring water for 10 days. No yeast is added, and instead indigenous yeast from the air ferments the agave juice. The mezcal is then double-distilled in a 300 litre Arabic Alembic pot still. The mezcal is then rested 30-45 days prior to being bottled. Each bottle is then filled, labelled and boxed by hand, completing the artisanal process from field to bottle. This Espadin has fresh citrus flavours with a hint of minerality, followed by a mild taste of smokiness and ripe Oaxacan fruits.