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Puntiagudo Barril (Onofre Ortiz) K&L Exclusive K&L Miahuatlan Uncertified Mezcal (750ml)
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Onofre was born in Bramaderos, Miahuatlán in June 1981. He is the son of Don Alberto Ortiz and Doña Elena Bernardina Ortiz Franco, who are also from Bramaderos. His grandfather Rutilo Ortiz Ibarra and his great-grandfather Julian Ortiz were also dedicated to the production of Mezcal, although only for personal and family consumption since in those years its sale was minimal. For many years, Onofre has produced mezcal using the palenque that his father built. He has an underground oven that can hold 14 tons of agave, 8 encino and pine tinas or fermentatio...
Price: $89.99

Wine Enthusiast: "Clear color and vegetal aromas of green pepper, green jalapeno, along with black pepper and a hint of smoke and dried oregano. A sweet, fruity flavor at first quickly unfolds to lots of smoke and jalapeno pepper, and a spicy, bitingly alcoholic finish. A bracing backbone for mixed drinks. (KN)" (12/2010) K&L Notes: This Del Maguey Mezcal comes entirely from the small Oaxacan village of Santa Catarina Minas and is made by Florencio Carlos Sarmiento and his sons Florencio Carlos Vasquez and Luis Carlos Vasquez. This distinctive spirit s...
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This is the new, highly allocated "Red Label" from the very traditional producer in Sola de Vega, Tio Rey. Each tiny batch has a blend of different wild agave and cultivated Espadin and produced in the ancestral method. Clay pot distillation.
Price: $99.99

El Mero Mero Mezcal is the first liquor made from agave that was born with a tasting note issued by a professional sommelier, Eduardo Lópeztecillos: “Clean and brilliant. Pearls that confirm its alcoholic degree. In nose: cooked Maguey smoked with herbal notes. Strong resin shades, dampness and clay. Open attack in mouth, congruent with its aromas with a very long ending. Rubbing it in hand it dispels in resin and agave. It combines with moles, adobos, spicy seafood, pibil or havanero.” Tobalá is a very small wild type of maguey found in the mountains s...
Price: $79.99

Onofre was born in Bramaderos, Miahuatlán in June 1981. He is the son of Don Alberto Ortiz and Doña Elena Bernardina Ortiz Franco, who are also from Bramaderos. His grandfather Rutilo Ortiz Ibarra and his great-grandfather Julian Ortiz were also dedicated to the production of Mezcal, although only for personal and family consumption since in those years its sale was minimal. For many years, Onofre has produced mezcal using the palenque that his father built. He has an underground oven that can hold 14 tons of agave, 8 encino and pine tinas or fermentatio...
Price: $89.99

Rufina Maguey Silvestre "Espadin" Don Beto Ortiz San Luis Amatlan Uncertified Mezcal (750ml)
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This exquisite mezcal is emblematic of this special region in the Sierre Del Sud. Roasted underground, crushed by hand and double distilled on small copper pots, the brand is committed to preserving the maguey and using low intervention methods to cultivate, while re-seeding in the wild. There's a reason they plant so much espadin beyond the yields and the quick maturity, it taste exceptional when done right. This fire cracker of an espadin at a cool 101 proof, is one of the finest examples of the now ubiquitous agave. Bold and briming with citrus fruit ...
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Village : Seccion Cuarta- Sola De Vega, Oaxaca Maestro Mezcalero: Gerardo Silva Ríos Roast: conical earth pit , 3 days Fermentation: wooden vats, native yeast, 5-7 days Still: copper alembic, single pass Water: natural spring water Wood source: Pine, Juniper, Live Oak Distillation Date: May 2021 Aged: 2 years in glass Batch total: 477 bottles
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Ramo De Rosas is a refrence to the traditional practice of placing a bouquet of roses into the oven during agave roasting. The practice is meant as an offering to the Virgin of the Rosary, the patron saint of Santiago Matatlan, the capital of mezcal production in Oaxaca. This lovely Tobala Capon comes from the Mateo family, who cultivate espadin, but harvest occasionally some wild tobala from the hills above their home. While they do not plant this agave, they do tend to it and are accutely in tune with its maturity levels. They've recently planted tobal...
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Don Ciro has been distilling mezcal for decades and is one of Mexico's most experienced mezcaleros. His grandson Javier returned to the family business 7 years ago after spending much of his 20's in the States helping provide for his family. The young mezcalero is committed to continuing the tradition as well as adapting to a new era of improved commerce in the region. Together they're making some of Mexico's finest mezcal.
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*Special order subject to distributor availability* Mezcal Amaras gives back 20% of net bottle sales to the communities that produced them. Their focus on environmental and social sustainability in these communities is excellent, and so is the mezcal. The rare Sierra Negra is produced from 12 year old plants grown in Mitla, Oaxaca and cooked in a conical stone oven before crushing in an egyptian mill and copper pot distilled.
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Luis Humberto Lopez was born and raised in San Dionisio Ocotepec, a small village located in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca. The a 3rd generation Zapotec mezcalero, he speaks Zapoteco, Spanish and English. Luis learned about his family's art and devoted his life to mastering the craft. As Luis grew older, he became more aware of the need for employment in his village. Using his family's land, he built his very own Palenque to help grow his community but also share his unique gift with the world. Using the first two letters of his and his parent's names, S...
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Luis Humberto Lopez was born and raised in San Dionisio Ocotepec, a small village located in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca. The a 3rd generation Zapotec mezcalero, he speaks Zapoteco, Spanish and English. Luis learned about his family's art and devoted his life to mastering the craft. As Luis grew older, he became more aware of the need for employment in his village. Using his family's land, he built his very own Palenque to help grow his community but also share his unique gift with the world. Using the first two letters of his and his parent's names, S...
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