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This unusual experimental expression of the traditional Oaxacan Pechuga comes from Mezcalero Fernando Santibanz. Marrying two traditions into a unique example of this celebratory spirit, the Xicaru Pechuga Mole is excatly that. First traditional Mole is hand ground using peppers, spices and of course chocolate. The finished mole is added to the copper potstills with the ordinario (first run of distillation) and seven whole chickens. Unlike most pechuga, the meat is not suspended in the still and while the chickens give an unquestionable meatiness, it is ...
Price: $54.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Sip or mix this reposado, which is backed by actor George Clooney. Look for pleasing butterscotch and maple sugar, with just enough spice around the edges to keep things interesting. Finishes smooth, with a cinnamon tingle. (KN)" (05/2015) K&L Notes: Here we have the Reposado offering from this new brand released by heavy hitters George Clooney, Rande Gerber, and Michael Meldman. These guys have definitely brought something more to the table than your average celebrity spirits brand. Clearly someone involved has some decent ...
Price: $44.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "A rare extra-aged Tequila that smells more like the agave than the barrel, mixing agave and faint jalapeño aromas. The palate is light, a refreshing mix of agave, fresh jalapeño and bell peppers, while the drying finish shows warming clove, cocoa and chocolate-covered cherry. (KN)" (05/2019) K&L Notes: 100% blue agave aged for 36 months in American white oak barrels. Each bottle of this limited production tequila is decorated by hand.
Price: $99.99

Uno Dos Tres is a certified organic tequila from the lowlands of Jalisco. An emphasis on sustainability, renewable resources, and conservation is the mission of this upstart brand. Sourced from pristine plantations where pesticides and synthetic fertilizers are prohibited, 123 Tequila even uses all recycled materials and soy ink to print their beautifully rendered labels. The tequila matches the exceptional packaging in depth and quality. Showcasing the lowland spice and mineral, you can almost taste the iron-rich red soils. This blanco tequila in its pu...
Price: $39.99

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

This producer and his sons make a very special mezcal called Pechuga that is many a bartender's darling due to its distinctively smoky-spicy aromas and flavors. Spirits critics have described it as "ouzo-like" for its intense petrol and anise-driven profile. It is triple-distilled and limited in production due to the special seasonal ingredients it requires—wild mountain apples and plums—which are part of a special combination of fruits and rice added to the distillate for the third distillation, which takes place over the period of 24 hours and requires...
Price: $179.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Aged for 18 months in used Jim Beam barrels, this straw-hued añejo has a lively, zingy peppery aroma. The palate is similarly light, with a floral hint and gentle vanilla fade braced up with drying black pepper heat. Overall, silky and complex. (KN)" (05/2019) Wine & Spirits: "Tapatio, popular in Mexico for 75 years, has finally made its way to US shelves. Made at La Alteña distillery from estate-grown blue agave from the Arandas highlands of Jalisco by master distiller Carlos Camarena, this Tequila is renowned for deliverin...
Price: $54.99

Here we have the anejo offering from this brand developed by heavy hitters George Clooney, Rande Gerber and Michael Meldman (and quite successfully sold to Diageo in 2017). These guys have definitely brought something more to the table than your average celebrity spirits brand. Clearly someone involved has some decent taste, because the juice is solid. NOM 1416 is well known to produce high quality distillate. This anejo is rich and smooth on the palate with plenty of vanilla and baking spices on the finish. Plus, some of Clooney's proceeds go to charity...
Price: $54.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This “unrested Tequila” (some blancos do spend short periods in oak barrels) has a bold, fresh tomato and herb scent. The silky, almost viscous palate starts with a minty punch, plus honey and jalapeño sizzle midpalate, and finishes herbaceous, grassy and light, with just a touch of black pepper heat as it drifts off the tongue. (KN)" (05/2017) K&L Notes: Codigo 1530 is private recipe tequila that has been contracted by a family in Los Cabos for almost a decade, before finally becoming a commercial product in the U.S. Made a...
Price: $46.99

This is real deal old school Raicilla like few other products on the market. A blend of 60% Angustifolia Haw and 40% Rhodacantha (locally called Chico Aguillar and Amarillo respectively) cooked under ground in traditional conical ovens. Fermentation is conducted in open air tubs with wild yeast. This is then distilled twice on wooden potstills carved from the sacred Oyamel trunk. The resulting spirit is wild and powerful with unparalleled depth and racing acidity. A unique example of what Jalisco has to offer locally called as "vino", but officially mar...
Price: $84.99

Erick Rodriguez is widely known as one of Mexico's most knowledgable and adventerous bottlers of Mezcal. His tiny shop, Almamezcalera, has become famous among the agave cognicenti and his selections are legendary. We're very lucky to have access to this tiny unusual batch of uncertified mezcal (bottled as aguardiente de agave). Maestro Patricio Hernandez cooks the piñas in a stone oven, then mills the cooked agave using a traditional tahona; to ferment, however, around 30% fresh pulque is added to the crushed agave in a pine vat (a 'tina'), almost like a...
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The excellent Alto for Isidro Rodriguez Montoya is distilled in one of the best villages for Mezcal production in Michoacan, Rio de Parras. This tiny town devoted primarily to the production of A. Inaequidens, locally called Alto, has some of the best mezcal in Mexico, but few know its importance. The region has a diverse mezcal producing history, but Isidro Rodriguez learned the trade late in life, at the age of 19. He began distilling to his own tastes and developed a much cleaner and more chiseled style than many of his neighbors. He achieves this thr...
Price: $69.99

*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: $49.99

The complex Dasylirion plant is a cousin of the agave, but modern botany places it in the Nolinoideae family whose flat leaves don't produce sap like the agave. The desert spoon is prolific across Mexico and the American southwest and it's been harvest in the wild to make spirit for centuries. The plant, able to survive in diverse terroir, takes on the flavors of its environment more distinctly than even agave and they flowering portion of the plant, the quiote, is produced every year. The plants can take up to two decades to mature and at least 5 differ...
Price: $39.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Zesty and spicy, this highlands Tequila shows dried herbs, jalapeño, lemon peel and black pepper, all wrapped up in a clean finish. The alcohol levels feel surprisingly restrained for a blanco. Consider pairing alongside rich or fried foods. (KN)" (05/2014) K&L Notes: 91 points, Beverage Tasting Institute and a Gold Medal from the International Review of Spirits: "Clear. Bloomy cheese rind, prairie grass with wild flowers, and honeyed date aromas. A soft, round entry leads to a dry medium body of dried flower, dusty mineral,...
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The famous Oaxacan Mezcaleria In Situ has one of the best selections of rare mezcal in the world. Curated Ulises Torrentera, his vision for the future of mezcal is unique. He's cultivated access to some of the finest and most unique expressions in Oaxaca and now offers them to the American market under the Farolito brand. This unusual mezcal is distilled at the Farolito facility on clay pots by Alberto Montes from plants harvested in Nochixtlan. The Agave in questions is known locally as "Horno" it would likely be called Arroqueno elsewhere in Oaxaca. Us...
Price: $139.99

100% estate-grown, ten year old agave espadín makes up this terrifically vibrant and delicious mezcal. Loaded with smoke and plenty of tang, this perfect for straight sipping or quality cocktail mixing. It is double-distilled, joven style (equivalent to blanco in tequila) which does not see barrel aging.
Price: $34.99


91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for a bold, vegetal aroma marked by bell and jalapeño pepper. The palate is fairly spicy up front, with black pepper and jalapeño sparks against a vegetal core. The mineral-laced finish is clean and bracing. (KN)" (05/2017) K&L Notes: El Tesoro de Don Felipe Tequila began in 1937 when the brand's namesake founded the still traditional distillery in Los Altos (the highlands) of Jalisco, Mexico. The methods implemented by Don Felipe de Jesús Camarena remain intact today, including traditional hornos (ovens) and tahona whe...
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is very pale in the glass, but with a zesty, savory aroma that suggests fresh oregano and basil. The palate melds that herbaceousness with hints of almond and lemon cream, plus cinnamon and white pepper on the elongated finish. Sip or mix. (KN)" (05/2018) K&L Notes: Siete Leguas, named after the horse belonging to Pancho Villa, is a Highlands tequila from Atotonilco El Alto. Agave piñas are harvested, cooked in ovens, and then pressed by either a mule-driven tahona or shredded by more contemporary techniques. The ag...
Price: $49.99

Another addition to K&L's ever-expanding selection of exclusive tequilas and mezcals, this micro-production, artisanal offering comes from one of the hidden gems of from our searches in the far reaches of mezcal country in Mexico. From the producer: "Rezpiral is a spirits label, project and fair trade practice that brings beautiful selections of the highest quality traditional artisanal single-batch (non-certified) Mezcals into a handful of places in the USA. At the core of the project is the embrace of an ethos that aims to respect and support the mult...
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Mezonte is a non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and preserving the production and practices of traditional agave spirits of Mexico. The main objective is to create awareness of the cultural and biological value inherent in these incredible spirits. There's a particular emphasis on the spirits of Jalisco and Michoacan, but all agave spirits could be featured. The incredible organization began in a little bar in Guadalajara where Pedro Jiminez began to educate about these special spirits. Santos Juarez lives in Toliman, Jalis...
Price: $129.99

The exceptional Cascahuin Distillery in the city of El Arenal is one of the finest in the Lowland. Not only are they committed to quality like few other distillers in Jalisco, they've been crucial in the re-creation of the ancestral style of tequilas for Siembra Spirits as well as recently constructed a Tahona press on their property. They use only the finest fully mature agave and represent an authenticity that is lost in almost all but a tiny handful of tequila producers. Their extremely rare and limited Extra Anejo is the culmination of years of patie...
Price: $99.99

This match of Madrecuixe is distilled entirely from plants harvest in the chalky fields next to the Cortes family home. While biologically similar to other agave Karwinskii this cultivated version is disctinct in flavor compared to others like Bicuixe or Barril. This batch was roasted in the underground ovens at the Cortes distillery for 8-10 days over encino, yegareche, mesquite and palo de aguila wood. Rested for another 5-7 days after cooking before 8 days of natural fermentation in sabino wood. Distilled on two small pot stills withe the refrescadera...
Price: $84.99

Mezcalero Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) or Candido Reyes makes some of Bruxo's best stuff. His wild harvest Tobala is one of the family's most limited production offerings. The small rare wild agave tend to grow in cooler shaded areas, typically under oak trees. Few other agave feature the incredible finesse and elegance that a solid Tobala exudes, and Tio Conejo is making one of the very best. Exceptional even by Bruxo's wildly high standards.
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Còdigo 1530 is private-recipe tequila that has been contracted by a family in Los Cabos for almost a decade, before finally becoming a commercial product in the U.S. Made at NOM 1500 by Tequileria las Juntas, the product was nameless for many years, existing solely as the house brand for family members and friends. Now available for the first time in retailers, Còdigo brings an exciting and diverse line up of unique tequilas to a market that's long been saturated by similar products. The Còdigo rosa is an expressive and flavorful tequila just like the bl...
Price: $59.99

NETA works closely with several small, family producers and a cooperative of twelve palenqueros from the southern valleys and hills of Miahuatlán, Oaxaca. Situated at the southern tip of the Central Valleys and the foot of the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains, the area is renowned for the strong character of its people, its diverse landscapes, and the rich agricultural and culinary traditions that have been maintained throughout generations.
Price: $134.99

La Neta is legit. Literally, it is Mexican slang for "off the hook" or "absolutely great." And this mezcal is aptly named. One of the foremost brands in trying to cultivate strong relationships with their producers, protecting the heritage and culture of the mezcaleros in Oaxaca, and making sure that the people making these incredible products actually get paid! This bottling is made by a small group of mezcaleros known as Grupo Logoche - a co-op made up of 11 men and one woman who have all been making Mezcal their whole lives in Lachiguizo, Miahuatlan. ...
Price: $134.99

Bruxo's Mezcals are made by individual mezcalero-farmers in Oaxaca. The honey-scented X Edition is milled by horsepower, on a farm that grows alfalfa, corn, and beans as well as estate espadin.
Price: $34.99

From Mezcal Reviews: "Legendario Domingo is made with agave Espadin. It has mature citrus aromas that mix nicely with the presence of sweet cooked agave. Those aromas are met with a fruity flavor derived from the tropical fruits of the region, which slowly soak into the agave as they age 8-10 years before maturity."
Price: $39.99

NETA works closely with several small, family producers and a cooperative of twelve palenqueros from the southern valleys and hills of Miahuatlán, Oaxaca. Situated at the southern tip of the Central Valleys and the foot of the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains, the area is renowned for the strong character of its people, its diverse landscapes, and the rich agricultural and culinary traditions that have been maintained throughout generations.
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The powerfully flavored Mexicano Verde (A. Rhodacantha) is named because of the vibrant green coloring of its broad pencas. But the name also perfectly embodies the flavors we get when this rare varietal is distilled: earthy, mineral, vegetal, funky. This batch was roasted in the underground ovens at the Cortes distillery for 8-10 days over encino, yegareche, mesquite and palo de aguila wood. Rested for another 5-7 days after cooking before 8 days of natural fermentation in sabino wood. Distilled on two small pot stills withe the refrescadera and adjuste...
Price: $79.99

It can hardly get more pure than this--basically, this is Fortaleza Blanco direct from the still. Distillery tasting notes: "Aromas of fruit, baked fully-ripened agave, green olive, and earth are invitingly present. Slightly brighter and a touch more rustic than the regular blanco, the accents of butter, olive, earth, black pepper, and vegetal qualities in the flavor are enhanced because it comes straight from our small copper pot still, without adding water prior to bottling."
Price: $49.99

Dakabend ("the disobedient one") is made using sugarcane and piloncillo (like a sticky brick of raw brown sugar), sourced from mountainside plantings around the Tosba mezcal palenque. It drinks more like a pot still Agricole rhum than your standard Bacardi. 100% pot distilled and just the right amount of funky. This is one of the most versatile rums you can have on hand.
Price: $39.99

The massive Arroqueño, a subspecies of the Agave americana, typically takes around twenty years to mature. Grown wild, the varietal was nearly extinct just a few decades ago, but has recovered in recent years, its population regrowing especially in southern Oaxaca districts like Miahuatlán through the efforts of mezcaleros and conservation activists in the region. Coveted for its high concentration of sugars over decades of growth, the mezcal tends to offer a fruity and fragrant approach, balanced with high proof and a rich body. A rare gem to experience...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Though it's made with ancho chiles, this liqueur is modest on the spice scale. Caramel-y brown in the glass, look for a lightly herbaceous aroma similar to root beer and rounded flavors that mix caramel and cocoa with raisin and cinnamon heat, with a faint smokiness on the finish. Particularly harmonious mixed in cocktails with brown spirits like whiskey. (KN)" (02/2016) Wine & Spirits: "Made in the Barrio del Artista in Puebla, Mexico, since 1927, Ancho Reyes is a spicy ancho chile–based liqueur that actually tastes like re...
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Region: Mazatlán, Guerrero Producer Family: Obregón (Rodolfo Obregón master distiller) ABV: 47% Agave: Cupreata Maguey: Papalote Origin: semi - wild Age: 8 to 10 years Cooking: undergrund in conical oven Wood used: encino (oak), guamuchil and tepehuaje Milling: mechanical mill Fermentation: 100% natural with indigenous yeast in wooden vats with spring water Distillation: double in arabic alembic (500L)
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This magnificent Ancho Chili liqueur has been produced in Mexico since 1927. From the city of Puebla, the Reyes family became famous in the region for making the finest liqueur using the traditional chili of the area. The special Verde Liqueur is created using the still green Poblano Chiles harvested in August before they've fully ripened. The result is a bright fresh herbaceous and complete unique concoction that's perfect with agave and other white spirits. The crunch acidity and fresh green vegetal flavors are what set the Verde apart from its sweeter...
Price: $34.99

The exceptional Cascahuin Distillery in the city of El Arenal is one of the finest in the Lowland. Not only are they committed to quality like few other distillers in Jalisco, they've been crucial in the re-creation of the ancestral style of tequilas for Siembra Spirits as well as recently constructed a Tahona press on their property. They use only the finest fully mature agave and represent an authenticity that is lost in almost all but a tiny handful of tequila producers.
Price: $29.99

The most traditional method for production in the Miahuatlan area (and all over Oaxaca) is simply to take the agave that's most mature out of the fields and roast them together for an ensamble or "mezcla". This practice of course diminishes the indivdual characteristics of the various plants, but also creates new and unique flavors from the combinations in roasting and fermentation that would never exist when individual plants are processed alone. Victor and his son Emmanuel are 3rd and 4th generations distillers and make use tof the abundance of agave k...
Price: $84.99


NETA Espadín was distilled by Mezcalero Candido García Cruz in March 2015. Candido works with quiotudo agaves, meaning he cuts each plant’s quiote before it has a chance to flower.
Price: $89.99

New mezcals de un pueblo from Craft Distillers! The Alipus line is a fabulous selection of quality selections at reasonable prices. The San Baltazar Guelavila village mezcal is fermented in pine vats and distilled by Don Cosme Hernandez from agave Espadin grown at 5,700 feet in white, rocky soil. More delicate in mouthfeel than the other two, the palate is still quite expressive with sweet fruits and white pepper notes intertwining with the smoky tang. Earthy notes on the finish. Delicious.
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From Mezcalreviews.com: "Mal Bien Espadin is produced by Don Juan Hernández Méndez in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. He is a fifth generation mezcalero and he follows the traditions and processes that his family has been using for over one hundred years. This mezcal smells of roasted meat, ground corn, and pine tar. On the palate, there are notes of leather, caramelized banana, and barley."
Price: $16.99

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