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  1. Delirio de Oaxaca Reposado

    Delirio de Oaxaca Reposado

    Mezcal Delirio de Oaxaca Reposado is meticulously handcrafted under the supervision of master distiller Fernando Santibañez. The heart of this reposado is produced at a traditional palenque in Miahuatlán, Oaxaca, by Ricardo Gonzalez, a fourth generation grower and distiller. Delirio de Oaxaca Reposado is made with 100% naturally grown Agave espadin cultivated using ancient processes. During its lifespan the agave receives only water and is affectionately cared for by expert Agaveros. After approximately seven years, the agave is harvested by hand and cooked for three days in an underground stone oven heated with mesquite and copal. The cooked agave is then mashed by the tahona method and naturally fermented in open pine vats. Following fermentation, the must is double-distilled in copper alembics, aged for two to four months in lightly toasted American oak casks, filtered and precisely blended to 80 proof. The final product has a soft profile with aroma of agave and discreet smoke notes. Mezcal Delirio de Oaxaca Reposado: 100% agave and certified by the Mexican government / COMERCAM. Learn More
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  3. Mezcal Vago 'Espadin' Mezcal

    Mezcal Vago 'Espadin' Mezcal

    Small production 100% Espadin agave, distilled twice in copper stills. Rich, full bodied flavors of honeyed agave, wool, dried apricots, and a touch of minerality over a soft but broad smoke. Delicious on its own, this is also a way to take your mezcal cocktails to the next level by adding complexity and fantastic texture. Learn More

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