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Producer notes: "Emigdio distills outside of Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz. We are very proud and excited to have finally found a mezcalero from this area we can put in a Vago bottle. … The palenque sits at around 4,970 ft., among gently rolling hills and shallow arroyos in an arid climate. In the surrounding area grows Agave Espadín, Mexicano Verde, Tobalá, Tepeztate, Arroqueño, Pulquero, Madre Cuixe, and Bicuixe (Cuixe). … Like all Vago mezcal, Emigdio’s goes through a simple sediment filtration through a tubular cellulose filter before bottling. The bo...
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NOM 1114 in Amatitan, Jalisco is the producer of Caballito Cerrero and considered one of the top tequila distilleries in the world. They're committed to producing Tequila the traditional way and that sometimes means they run afoul of the Consejo Regulador del Tequila (or CRT). The regulatory body of the tequila industry and this little distillery in Amatitan have not seen eye to eye. Nonetheless, Caballito Cerrero has become a legend among Tequila's cognoscenti. This product is one of the very reasons Caballito has had trouble getting their spirits certi...
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Created by certified Maestro Tequilero Guillermo Barroso Arnaud, El Pintor is an expression of Arnaud's quest to find balance between the art and science of Tequila creation. For those who want the experience of an ultra-premium modern mezcal, but without the extreme price tag.
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Judah Kuper stumbled into a love of mezcal while traveling through Oaxaca and a visit to a local hospital led to him falling in love with a nurse whose father happened to be a traditional mezcal producer. This Ensamble is produced by Kuper's father-in-law and is similar to a 2016 special release available only in the SF Bay Area that earned the nickname the "Curry 30" in honor of NBA all star Steph Curry who is a mezcal fan. According to the producer, this Ensamble is a blend of Cuixe, Tepeztate, and Espadín "to mimic the blends previous generations work...
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Mezcal Nacional is dedicated to the times that are no more and commemorates important events in Mexico’s past. Mezcal Nacional is expertly crafted from sustainably harvested agaves to produce truly premium mezcales that are complex and elegant. Distiller's note: "Mezcal Nacional 1931 recalls the terrible effects of nature that occurred in 1931. In 1931, Oaxaca was shaken by a devastating earthquake. Although much of Oaxaca was destroyed, its people were never defeated. Mezcal Nacional 1931 was created as a tribute to the great people of Oaxaca who lost m...
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The name "1938" is meant to honor and remember the sacrifices and hardships that Mexico underwent after it moved to nationalize its oil industry during the Depression. Notes from the producer: "Mezcal Nacional 1938 is an ensamble produced from wild agave cirial and cultivated agave espadín. Ensambles require extra care as they are produced by combining an optimum ratio of cirial and espadín piñas prior to cooking, crushing, fermentation, and distillation. The maestro meszcalero must carefully pre-determine the optimum ratio of agave varieties to yield th...
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From Mezcal Reviews: "Rey Campero Arroqueno is made from the massive agave Arroqueno, which can take over 20 years to reach maturity. This mezcal is made by Romulo in Candelaria Yegole. This mezcal is traditionally produced and is only released in limited quantities due to the small supply of agave Arroqueno. Rey Campero is very conscious of the need to keep this wild agave alive for future generations, so they do not over harvest."
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Rey Campero Tepextate + Cuishe + Espadin is the first of what will likely be a series of several “field blends” from maestro mezcalero Romulo Sanchez Parada. The concept of the field blend is that the mezcalero uses whatever agave is ready, rather than waiting for a large amount of a single varietal to make a batch of mezcal.
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