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This espadin (A. Angustifolia) mezcal is the perfect pick for anyone starting to explore the world of quality mezcal or as a relatively inexpensive option for mezcal-based cocktails. It's very approachable and laden with sweet agave fruit. The smoke component is decidedly there, but not very intense, as one would expect with a well-made mezcal. A rich texture makes this a delightful sipper or stout component in a mezcal variant of the Last Word. Gold medal winner in Tequila Aficionado's 2021 Brands of Promise.
Price: $44.99

YOLA Mezcal holds a perfect balance between authenticity and aesthetics. Created in collaboration between Yola Jiminez (of La Clandestina Mezcaleria fame), Lykke Li (Swedish songwriting sensation), and Gina Correll Aglietti (chef and stylist), YOLA counters the patriarchal system ubiquitous in Oaxaca. YOLA is run by women, bottled by women. We've seen time and again that no palenque succeeds without the contribution of strong women, and YOLA provides a place where the women of Oaxaca can have steady work. The result is absolutely delicious mezcal that wi...
Price: $49.99

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

Rey Campero Espadin uses wild agave Espadin that is fermented in open air with wild yeasts. In true Rey Campero fashion, only the highest quality agave are used in production and the difference between wild agave Espadin instead of the more commonly used farmed Espadin makes a world of difference in this Mezcal. The Rey Campero Espadin is also aged before bottling, which adds complexity and depth. Considering the quality the pricing is absolutely astounding from this legendary distillery in Candelaria Yegole.
Price: $39.99

Price: $119.99

The exceptional San Bartolo brand was conceived by Daniel Martinez and his grandfather legendary mezcalero Valentin Martinez Lopez. Don Valentin has been making mezcal in the little village of San Bartolo Yautepec for more than 50 years, and his connections with mezcaleros in this remote corner of Oaxaca are deep. Their closest allies are in the neighboring village, Santa Maria Quiegolani. Here Maestro Enrique Diaz Cruz has been making mezcal for most of his nearly 70 years. The village is located at 7,000 feet, deep into the Sierra Sur, about 1.5 hours ...
Price: $43.99

This exceptional little mezcal bridges two agave world's in one sweet little package. Using the blue webber agave prevent in Jalisco, the distillers at La Luna in Michaocan apply their traditional practices. Roasted underground over locally sourced wood, the agave is then crushed by hand and double distilled on small wooden potstills. The result is a zesty and approachable expression that offers vibrant aromas of citrus and tropical fruit with a rich earthy base note. K&L has secured special pricing on this rare expression which makes it one of the best ...
Price: $59.99

The wonderful and affordable Metiche 49 is produced by Mezcalero Juan Manuel Perez Juarez in Charcas, San Luis Potosi. The old Hacienda Laguna Seca is relatively large and provides spirits primarily for regional brands. This high elevation terroir, over 6500 feet above sea level, and the slow growing agave salmiana, give the Metiche one of the most complex and nuanced flavors of any mezcal on the market today. The distillery hasn't changed it's production practices for more than a century, but this is not the big smokey mezcal some are expecting. The fla...
Price: $42.99

Price: $129.99

*96 points, Ultimate Spirits Challenge Top 100 of 2020* Mezcal Vago is the business creation of Judah Kuper in conjunction with his in-laws in Oaxaca - a family of distillers that have been making mezcal for generations. Vago marks the first time their products have been available commercially, having previously been consumed solely by friends and family. The Elote is the classic Espadin expression from Judah's father-in-law Aquilino García López macerated with toasted Mexican corn. Like other producers use Pechuga (chicken breast) to add flavor, the toa...
Price: $54.99

This exceptional Mezcal from the far flung Yaupetec sub-region of southwestern Oaxaca has one of the Mezcal world's most endearing stories. The amazing story begins with one man named Daniel Arellano Martinez. He was born and raised in San Bartolo and lived and breathed the Oaxacan Mezcal culture until he moved to New York City as a young man. Before the world had gone crazy for Mezcal, Daniel began working in restaurants as a server. It wasn't until one fateful night when a customer had questions about Mezcal that Danny made his great prowess and knowl...
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Price: $179.99

From second-generation Oaxacan master mezcalera, Angelica Garcia Vasquez, comes Besos De Angelica. This certified mezcal crafted from wild-sourced Agave Karwinskii of the "cuishe" type is roasted in traditional underground ovens with volcanic stones and Encino (oak) wood. After crushing by stone mill and natural fermentation in wood tanks, the mosto is double distilled on wood-fired copper stills. This beautiful first-run Cuishe is exclusively bottled for the Besos de Angelica brand. Tasting notes from mezcal expert Anders Litzen, "Nose: Starts with hi...
Price: $74.99

Los Vecinos Del Campo is the new mezcal project from Sazerac and Carmen Villareal of Casa San Matias. As with any upstart mezcal brand our first instinct is to tread with caution. There's alot of opportunity to get things wrong when bringing a new mezcal to market, but we're extremely happy to note that our friends from New Orleans avoided all of them. Instead, we get an incredible affordable authentic artesenal mezcal from the village of San Miguel Ejutla in Oaxaca's central valley. Carmen's connections to the area go way back and she was able to identi...
Price: $29.99

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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Originating from the town of Candelaria Yegolé in the Zoquitlan region of Oaxaca, this is one of the rarer Silvestre agaves and the first Jabali we ever stocked at K&L. The flavor of the Agave recalls an ultra pungent Tobala with tons of tropical fruit and citrus moving toward the floral and perfume-y flavors. That said there's also plenty earthy gravel and white pepper. Richly textured and ultra dense, the smoke is the perfect frame to the wild flavors of this special plant. Mineral and spice build on the finish leaving you with a long lingering finish.
Price: $119.99

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

Made by Victor and his son Emanuel, the third and fourth generations of the Ramos family to produce mezcal in the Miahuatlán District of Oaxaca. Traditionally milled with an ox-drawn tahona and twice distilled in copper Alembic stills.
Price: $109.99

Wine Enthusiast: "This clear and light-bodied mezcal has a faintly smoky aroma and a mildly peppery flavor. A potent, alcoholic finish fades into black pepper. (KN)" (12/2010) K&L Notes: This entry level bottling called "Vida" allows for all of the purity and beauty that one extracts from Del Maguey's hand-crafted distillations at a more affordable price. The "Vida" is still produced 100% according to the 400-year-old local tradition of small-batch distillation and using nothing but the agave heart and water in the mezcal. Del Maguey was named "Distill...
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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 center the brand design around a recurring feeling he experienced through his journey in mezcal: celebration. ESPADIN Region: Sa...
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One of the rarest and most delicious agave spirits ever bottled.
Price: $199.99


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


El Jolgorio is working to put the highest quality wild agave into your hands and they're doing a great job. They're is devoted to supporting their growers in a big way and that means they get the best juice. The family is known throughout Oaxaca and has relationship with grower/distillers that go back generations. The result is one of the highest quality curated brands of single palenque mezcals designed expressly to capture the magnicent and distinct terroir driven flavors of the unique agave that they find growning in the Oaxacan back country.
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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

From Santa Catarinas de Minas, Oaxaca this special-batch, Minero-style mezcal was previously unavailable in the US. Agaves are cooked in soil pits with guahulchile and eucalyptus, then dry-fermented for 14 days. When mold has developed, they are broken down by hand with machetes, rehydrated, and then hand-crushed with mazos (wooden mallets). After undergoing second and third fermentations, the juice is distilled two times in clay pots, then rested for three years. What results is a pleasantly smooth mezcal with subtle mineral notes and character that can...
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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 ...
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: $109.99


Madre Mezcal hails from the tiny village of San Dionisio Ocotepec. In between Chichicapam and Matatlan, the village is in the heart of Mezcal country. The Garcia Morales family has been growing agave for generations here and they make one of the most balanced and inviting mezcals we've ever come across. A blend of estate grown Espadin and wild harvest Cuishe, the agave is cooked for days over pine. After being pressed in the traditional tahona, the juice is fermented naturally over the course of nearly two weeks and distilled twice in copper potstills. D...
Price: $19.99

[Cannot ship. Will call pick up only.] We've long sold the Danzantes mezcales at K&L (now known as "Los Nahuales" in the U.S. due to a trademark issue with the Danzantes name), but until today I never really understood where they stood in comparison to the other selections we carry. They're following the tequila model, which is the standard blanco, reposado, and añejo progression; choosing to market familiarity rather than specifics. The brand has actually enjoyed more success abroad with the Alipus portfolio, simply because of the wilder flavor profiles...
Price: $64.99

Real Minero "Tequiliana" Mezcal (750ml)
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Price: $189.99

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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Cinco Sentidos (five senses) started as the house mezcal line at Oaxaca's acclaimed restaurant and mezcaleria El Destilado. These uncertified agave spirits highlight diverse, traditional production methods employed by small batch producers who distill a variety of agave species. This small, California-only batch of Espadín con Mandarina is the result of young mezcalero Eduardo "Lalo" Perez Cortez's experimentation with distilling seasonal ingredients along with locallyharvested Espadin.To make this batch, he roasted ripe Espadín in an underground oven fo...
Price: $139.99


Rufina Maguey Silvestre "Jabalin" 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. This rare "Jabalin" (Jabali elsewhere) turns rancid and soapy in the hands of a lesser distillery, but Rufina's maestro offers a dense and complexly aromatic version of the wild agave. Full of white pepper and honeysuckle, this is one of the finest Jabali on the market t...
Price: $129.99

The young teacher Luis Enrique Juárez is originally from San Agustín Amatengo in Ejutla, Oaxaca. Worthy heir to five generations of master distillers, his training in the art of making mezcal began in his childhood at the hands of his father Sergio Juárez, a journey of discovery and learning until he managed to consolidate his own brand: Gozona Mezcal, a Zapotec word meaning, "sharing from the heart." An expert in the use of copper refrescadera still, an original technique from his town, he create mezcals of great character and authenticity that capture...
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Dolores resides in the southern Sierra of Yerbaniz Batopilas, Chihuahua. The region, terroir, wooden still, hand crushed by ax agave, the naturally fermented, and tiny bit of sotol added to the fermentation make this Dolores' mezcal unlike any other. His own brand, Cumbrita De la Sierra, is renowned for its depth and quality, but the Melate batches are unique and completely original. This batch was distilled from locally harvested wild agave and consists of 40% Chawi (A. Multifilifera) and 60% Lechuguilla (A. Shrevei). Roasted underground for 5 days befo...
Price: $59.99

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 excellent espadin was distilled by Maestro Mezcalero Margarito Hernandez from his own fields where the Hernandez family has cultivated agave since 1950. The family grows espadin, of course, but unlike many in the industry the farming and cultivation is completely tradition. After ab...
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The latest addition to our selection of craft mezcals hails from the heart the Mexican highlands in Durango. Made from 10- to 13-year-old piñas of agave cenizo, Burrito Fiestero is entirely handcrafted (with the help of some small but hardy donkeys or "burritos"). Notes from the distiller: "Burrito Fiestero is made out of agave cenizo, endemic to the state of Durango. This maguey takes from 10 -13 years to mature. Once naked from its spikes, it is carried and trasported by donkey down the mountain to begin with the elaboration process. It is here where o...
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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...
Price: $89.99

The young teacher Luis Enrique Juárez is originally from San Agustín Amatengo in Ejutla, Oaxaca. Worthy heir to five generations of master distillers, his training in the art of making mezcal began in his childhood at the hands of his father Sergio Juárez, a journey of discovery and learning until he managed to consolidate his own brand: Gozona Mezcal, a Zapotec word meaning, "sharing from the heart." An expert in the use of copper refrescadera still, an original technique from his town, he create mezcals of great character and authenticity that capture...
Price: $124.99

Rey Campero Pulquero Mezcal (750ml)
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Price: $119.99

The young teacher Luis Enrique Juárez is originally from San Agustín Amatengo in Ejutla, Oaxaca. Worthy heir to five generations of master distillers, his training in the art of making mezcal began in his childhood at the hands of his father Sergio Juárez, a journey of discovery and learning until he managed to consolidate his own brand: Gozona Mezcal, a Zapotec word meaning, "sharing from the heart." An expert in the use of copper refrescadera still, an original technique from his town, he create mezcals of great character and authenticity that capture...
Price: $124.99

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