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[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: $62.99

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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...
Price: $34.99

The Estacada Distillery is one of Jalisco and the world's highest altitude at 7200 feet. A modern distillery, but with a traditional vision, the Master Distiller Alberto Herrera is using every tool to make the finest tequila possible. Agave is sourced at 8-10 years old, 20% from the highlands and 80% from the valley. Cooked in steel ovens without pressurization, the goal is to keep the microbiologically complexity low to allow their enological yeast to have the least amount of competition during the long slow fermentation. Distilled in stainless steel an...
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The "old way" of making mezcal is a loaded term, but in this case Los Nahuales is referring to a method of dilution using the tails of the first run (codas) with the heart of the second distillation. This practice was originally banned by the NORMA regulations governing the production and export of mezcal, but Nahuales has had the prohibition over turned. That means that all certified mezcal that's been diluted has used water to achieve a lower proof, instead of this old method. The tails from the first run are full of life and complexity. They add textu...
Price: $69.99

The excellent Cascahuin Distillery in the town or El Arenal is one of Jalisco's very best. The Rosales family is committed to quality and traditional techniques like few of their competitors. The Aguila Superior brand is made at their excellent facility under the watchful eye of Maestro Tequilero Salvador Rosales using the same time tested techniques that the distillery has since 1904. The agave for the Aguila brand was planted and harvested by the brand themselves insuring the quality of every pina. The average age is approximately 8 years and their all...
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Produced by a co-op of mezcaleros in the village of San Miguel Ejutla, Oaxaca, Banhez comes from a sustainable, fair trade mezcal production, the same way it's been done by their ancestors for nearly two centuries. Comprised of 90% Espadin and 10% Barril, Banhez is a delightfully mild, floral and fruity (pineapple, banana) mezcal perfect for first-time mezcal tasters and wonderful for cocktail innovation.
Price: $29.99

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. Utilizing highland agave cooked in autoclaves for 10 hours, the clean steamed agave is then fermented with ancestral yeasts from the hacienda that's been cultivated for decades. The tequila is then slowly distilled on very small copper pot stills. The spirit rests in used bourbon barrels for between 3-4 years before a proprietary filtration processes is used to remove the subtle amb...
Price: $89.99


Barril is a type of wild agave that grows in the hills of San Agustin Amatengo, Oaxaca, where the Bruxo No. 3 mezcal is made. Mezcalero Tio Conejo (Uncle Rabbit) uses donkeys to transport the agave back to his distillery where they are fermented and distilled in the village. The flavors are incredibly savory and mineral at the same time. There are flinty notes that mesh with peppery herbs and dried leaves on a rather creamy and supple palate. Absolutely incredible stuff.
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The Tepozan distillery was the created by Agave growers specifically for the distillation of their estate grown agave. They began planting agave more than two decades ago on their the family's land with a dream to create a true farm to glass tequila. The distillery was built above a deep water well in the southern Highlands town of San Julian. The Tepozan tequila is a product of place. The distillery is one of the few that can afford to use properly mature agave because they are own the land and the plants themselves. Cooked in above ground clay ovens ov...
Price: $59.99

The Tepozan distillery was the created by Agave growers specifically for the distillation of their estate grown agave. They began planting agave more than two decades ago on their the family's land with a dream to create a true farm to glass tequila. The distillery was built above a deep water well in the southern Highlands town of San Julian. The Tepozan tequila is a product of place. The distillery is one of the few that can afford to use properly mature agave because they are own the land and the plants themselves. Cooked in above ground clay ovens ov...
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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...
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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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Casa Tequileña is owned and operated by Enrique Fonesca, known as El Arquitecto, a fifth-generation grower and master distiller who holds one of the largest plots of agave in the industry. This añejo is made to showcase the oak without overshadowing the agave. The nose is amazing! Again, subdued and needing to be coaxed, but incredible when it finally arrives. Nutty aromas with toasted vanilla, but neither rich nor oaky. Warm baking spices on the palate, which is incredibly lean for an añejo! This is a blend of two- and three-year-old tequilas aged exclu...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Though it’s light straw in the glass, with hardly any color, the flavor is robust and complex. Scented with perky black pepper and spice, the palate echoes the pepper up front, followed by a fleeting meaty umami note midpalate and a long finish that boasts sparks of ginger and cayenne. Aged eight months." (05/2015)
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A blanco with a little extra bite, created with the bartender in mind. The distiller's notes: "While shaping the flavor profile for Siembra Valles Blanco, the team at Cascahuin kept coming back to taste the spirit at still-proof. The Rosales family has developed a slow distillation process that yields a Tequila at 92 proof. Lastly, Valles High Proof is rested for 11 months in glass demijohns for a truly unique experience." Now produced using Cascahuin's new Tahona press.
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Ocho's tequilas are made by Carlos Camarena, a third-generation Tequilero, and Tequila Ambassador Tomas Estes, and each vintage—yes, these are vintage designated tequilas—comes from a single estate with its own mesoclimate, making them the most terroir-driven tequilas on the market. The NOM 1474 or Tequilera Los Alambiques actually represents the very same facility where the famous Tapatio and El Tesoro are made, the famous La Altena Distillery. This collaboration seeks to distill the purest form of agave to highlight the distinct flavor differences betw...
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Diablito begins its journey in the iron-rich Tierra Roja soils of the 123 Tequila Estate, in Amatitan. These agave were planted specifically to be distilled into this special product. Coming from some of Jalisco's highest elevation fields, the extreme weather, unique terroir, and meticulous farming have converged to create this "little devil." Aged for a minimum of 3 years in new French Limousin oak, as all the 123 tequilas are, the Diablito is certified organic with absolutely no additives. Packaged in a beautifully engraved wooden box, the Diablito wil...
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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

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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Wine Spectator: "Smooth, peppery and clean. Produced by the Orendain family, whose members, according to importer Gimenez, are among the most experienced distillers in Jalisco. (MD)" (05/2003) K&L Notes: The Arette Reposado is my absolute favorite tequila. It isn't the best I've ever tasted, but it is my favorite. Here's why: it smells like fresh agave, despite the barrel aging, which only adds baking spices to the background of the bouquet. It is simultaneously graceful, yet spicy upon the first sip. It balances the bridge between smooth sipper and br...
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Founded in Mexico City by Hillhamn Salome, Flor De Luna Distillery is one of Mexico's only female owned and operated distillers. This complex liquor with a base of high quality mezcal is named for the Zapotec word for women, "XILA" and contains seven distinct flavor ingredients that work to create the uniquely delicious profile: caramelized pineapple, lavender, chile ancho, hibiscus flower, clove, cinnamon, and black pepper. The mezcal is sourced from Mazatlan, Sinaloa Mexico. The mezcalero is Edilberto Bautista. It is made in the artisanal method and it...
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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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Wine Enthusiast: "An agricole rhum from Oaxaca, the region better known for mezcal, this is an exciting proposition. The liquid is clear in the glass, with a pungent, funky scent and bold notes of banana and cinnamon on the palate, finishing fiery, though with a pleasing, fleeting grassy exhale. (KN)" (06/2018) Wine & Spirits: "From the misty Mazateca mountains of Oaxaca comes a rum so beautifully expressive of sugar cane that it might just make people forget about agave. Paranubes is made in a high-altitude 'cloud forest' about six hours by car from O...
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Lalocura's clay pot distilled mezcales have built a steady cult following of chefs, writers, and mezcal-heads, who turn up at the palenque each day hoping to spend a few hours listening to maestro mezcalero Eduardo "Lalo" Ángeles tell stories. Before starting Lalocura in 2014, Ángeles spent years working as the fourth generation master distiller of his family’s brand, where he worked under his father, the late, great Don Lorenzo.
Price: $139.99

The Tepozan distillery was the created by Agave growers specifically for the distillation of their estate grown agave. They began planting agave more than two decades ago on their the family's land with a dream to create a true farm to glass tequila. The distillery was built above a deep water well in the southern Highlands town of San Julian. The Tepozan tequila is a product of place. The distillery is one of the few that can afford to use properly mature agave because they are own the land and the plants themselves. Cooked in above ground clay ovens ov...
Price: $39.99

The ultra-rare stocks that go into the exquisite Tears of Llorona come from Master Tequilero German Gonzalez's personal storage. Distilled from hand-selected piñas at La Tequilana, Tears is aged for at least 4.5 years and is supposedly "double barreled." Gonzalez uses his own proprietary yeast strain to ferment the agave, and it is distilled in copper pots, unlike some of Tequilanas' other tequilas, which go through column stills. Each cask is hand selected and blended in ultra-small batches. While I tend to lean away from older tequila (because I don't ...
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The artisanl mezcal distilled by Fernando Santibanez in Matatlan. Made from 100% Espadin, the agave is crushed and roasted in the traditional method using mesquite and ocote wood. Natural fermentation takes place in pine vats before double distillation in very old copper pots. This is awesome authentic mezcal, selling for well below the market rate. A great value and the perfect bottle to cut your teeth on or play with cocktails.
Price: $29.99

The Hermanos Sanchez Altamirano are 4th generation Mezcaleros learned from their late father Faustino Sanchez. The distillery uses some unique techniques, specifically the use of Hebradora (wood chipper) and Tahona used in conjunction. Agave is roasted in 10 ton stone lined pits over oak for 3 days and rested another 5. Then it is fed in to a wood chipper. The agave fibers are then placed in the tahona pit and crushed by the horse drawn stone. This reduces the workload on the animal and extracts significantly more juice from the flavorful fibers. The jui...
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Maestro Raiicillero Juan Ramos roasts A. Maximiliana for 2 days in an adobe oven before fermenting it with wild wild yeast in an old whisky barrel and volcanic spring water. The resulting mixture is double pot distilled in traditional copper pots before being rested in glass and eventuallly bottled. This raicilla is wild and complex. It's sweet and herbaceous and laden with fruit. The importers notes are spot on: "Maximiliana is known for its herbal and floral characteristics, and Estancia leans into this with a heady bouquet of cracked black pepper, swe...
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An absolutely bonkers edition from the famous distillery in Rio Parras, home to the impossible to find Mezcalante brand of Mezcal. This tiny batch was bottle for David Suro in the Siembra Metl line exclusively for K&L. The special distillery owned by Jorge Perez and his son Miguel is renowned in the region for creating extremely high quality mezcal from the local "Inaequidens" varietal (also called Alto). Jorge is considered a master and his products are so well liked that they've been known to be counterfitted locally. It's said by some that the only wa...
Price: $159.99

Destileria El Ranchito has been owned by Feliciano Vivanco since the post-revolutionary period of 1919-1929. They hold 2,000 acres of estate grown agave and distill everything in traditional pot stills. Their fermentation process is what makes them very unique - their yeast and their climate creates a bready banana nut aroma and flavor. This is an incredibly understated reposado with a unique and mild-mannered profile. Nutty, bready, with cinnamon bursts and spicy cloves on the palate. One of a kind, and very, very good.
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According to the importer: "Tequila Cascahuin is produced in its namesake distillery in El Arenal, Jalisco, MX, in the lowlands of Jalisco (NOM 1123). … The juices extracted from the brick-oven-roasted agave is fermented with bagasse fibers from that same agave, enhancing flavor profiles and ensuring that the final product boasts the quality of its parent agave. The result is a distilled-to-proof tequila that’s capable of asserting itself in any cocktail, with enough complexity to be equally at home in a sipping glass."
Price: $64.99

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