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Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. No refund or exchanges allowed on special order items. All sales are final. It all began at John Rexer's Bohemian artist refuge, Café No Se in Antigua, Guatemala. Opened in 2003, Café No Se became the heart of a thriving expat and artisan community of Antigua. As John's business grew, his interest in mezcal led him to "import" the mystical spirit in very "creative" ways. His customers took to the spirit and to satisfy the growing demand, he was forced to...
Price: $49.99

Special order only. Please allow 5-7 days for delivery based on availability from distribution. The Ilegal story is a wild one. John Rexer opened a bar in Antigua, Guatemala in 2003. It was a huge hit and ther staple liquor was mezcal. Sourcing this spirit from Mexico and gettnig into the Guatemalan highlands proved tricky and required some unsavory trade routes - hence Ilegal Mezcal was born. John's since gone legit, but kept the name. A bit of an unusal beast in mezcal, this bottliing sees time in oak barrels providing a mellowing of the robust spirit ...
Price: $59.99

Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. Rey Campero is another stellar discovery in the realm of artisanal mezcal. With a focus on six different strains of native, wild-grown agave. Using double distillation in a copper alembic still, and either earthen or buried ovens for roasting the piñas, master mezcalillero Rómulo Sánchez Parada is producing some of the most inspired, hand-crafted mezcals we've seen in quite some time.
Price: $89.99

It all began at John Rexer's Bohemian artist refuge, Café No Se, in Antigua, Guatemala. Opened in 2003, Café No Se became the heart of a thriving expat and artisan community of Antigua. As John's business grew, his interest in Mezcal led him to "import" the mystical spirit in very "creative" ways. His customers took to the spirit and to satisfy the growing demand, he was forced to access less seemly trade routes, hence the name "Illegal." Needless to say John has gone legit, but his nose for quality has not changed. I often don't care for oak-aged mezc...
Price: $89.99

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