Amaras Espadin is made with agave Espadin. Bottles of this mezcal are made by several different producers, so check your bottle for details. Many bottles are produced by Armando Martinez, but they also work with producers in Mitla, San Carlos, and San Juan del Rio.
Balanced and elegant. Hints of tamarind and pomegranate aromas are followed by herbal tones of fresh mint and dried oregano.
Made in Durango, Mexico from wild Cenizo Agave and undergoes a very traditional production process that includes natural spring water, rich minerals and an ancestral distillation process.
Gusano Rojo is one of the most popular Mezcal in Mexico made with 100% agave.
Ilegal mezcal starts with 100% espadín agave grown in the fields of Tlacolula, Mexico and harvested at nearly 10 years of age. Their piñas are roasted for 5-7 days in an earthen pit lined with river stones then the cooked agaves are crushed using a horse-drawn tahona.
Espadin Agaves are hand harvested on the steep slopes of the Oaxacan Sierra. Roasted by oak-fired rocks and ferfented in wooden vats before being double distilled in copper stills. Smooth and smoky with notes of spice on the finish. Enjoy neat or in specialty cocktails.