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Mezcal Exhibitors

 

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Alacrán

Alacran Tequila and Mezcal Alacran are pure, distinct and stand out. Each product is packaged in a stunning glass bottle with sleek matte soft touch coating. The pure spirits are hand made mixing ancient rituals and production methods with contemporary culture. Alacran is targeted towards Mezcal lovers, tequila drinkers and agave connoisseurs alike who crave a fresh, intriguing and sophisticated taste compared to other competitors in the marketplace. Alacran Tequila and Mezcal Alacran taste delicious either on the rocks or in a cocktail. The brand was founded in 2010 in Mexico City and is being brought to the UK by Tea & Tequila Trading, a boutique, luxury and unique trading company focused on the trade of high-end products between Mexico and the UK, founded in 2014

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Alipus

Mezcal Alipus; promotes the terroir and the diversity of the Oaxaca State with young mezcal (white) from Agave sprat, made by hand by farmers
Alipus Mezcal offerings are 100% Agave produced in remote villages in Oaxaca’s noted Mezcal region, via craft production from artisanal family distilleries. Agaves are wood-roasted in palenques (conical below-ground ovens), with juice extraction by slow stone-milling (tahona). Fermentation takes place with native yeasts in open wooden vats, and is completed by double-distillation in small wood-fired copper pot stills

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Aprendiz

Aprendiz emerges as a santasabia distillery project, which aims to become an initiation for the adventurer into the mystical journey of mezcal. Offering agave espadin at 40 degrees alcohol vol, you can enjoy alone or in mixology

For more purist drinkers, APRENDIZ also has an ensamble line, which offers a blend of agave espadin to 80% with 20% wild agave

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Buen Suceso

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Buen Suceso

Two friends. Two worlds. One great moment. Mezcal Buen Suceso is meant for celebration

Born out of a transatlantic friendship, Buen Suceso is produced in the remote village of San Juan del Rio and is an approachable Mezcal for newcomers and experts alike.
Novices to the world of Mezcal will appreciate that Buen Suceso’s relatively low alcohol content (40% alc. Vol.) does not overshadow the taste of the 100% Agave Espadin distillate but rather opens up its complexity, even if trying a Mezcal for the first time

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Bruxo

Made with 100% Espadin agave, Bruxo No.1 is a traditional mezcal, a close relative to tequila (which must be made from blue agave). If you didn’t know, “Espadin” is the Spanish name for a ceremonial sword, just a little trivia for you to enjoy as you’re sipping this smoky, flavourful mezcal

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Del Maguey

Del Maguey (pronounced ma–gay), Single Village Mezcal was founded in 1995 by internationally renowned artist and mezcal visionary, Ron Cooper. Ron introduced the world to previously unavailable 100% certified organic, artisanal mezcal produced the original handcrafted way. Through deep cultural relationships with Zapotec Mexican Indian producers in the remote villages of Oaxaca, Mexico, Del Maguey harnesses ancient, original organic processes. Combining these methods with varying micro-climates and terroir gives each creation its own unique, rich, sweet and smoky character. Every product in our collection is made by individual family palenqueros (producers) in old-style villages. We are the first producer to credit each product after the village where our liquid is made. When you see our beautiful green bottles you know it’s Del Maguey

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Derrumbes

Derrumbes explores the different regions that make up the mezcal appellation. Derrumbes takes drinkers on a journey through the different agaves, terroirs and production techniques that create the rich variety and organoleptic nuances exhibited by this diverse and intriguing category

Derrumbes Oaxaca is a perfect example of a mezcal from the Central Valley of Oaxaca

Mezcal Derrumbes Michoacan is an exotic combination of rich, pungent agaves and ancient production techniques. Two species of agave are used to produce this mescal: agave Cupreata brings mature fruit notes, while agave Cenizo brings more herbal notes

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Enmascarado

Enmascarado is a pure Mezcal made from the relationship between Mezcales Milagrito, owners of the wonderfully wild La Clandestina in DF and the Maestro Memo in the land of San Domingo Matatlán, Oaxaca
The company formed 15 years ago which in this new wave of Mezcal is quite some time
Two expressions : the welter weight Enmascarado 45 coming in at 45.2% ABV, quick on it’s toes. And the title holder, Enmascarado 54, a legend with a long finish. Both delicious, both intriguing, both champions
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Ilegal Mezcal

Desperate for a good mezcal to stock at his bar, Cafe No Se, John Rexer began smuggling artisanal mezcal from Oaxaca to Guatemala in 2004. More fitting of a Soderbergh film, Ilegal’s history is full of bandits, river rafts, bribes, disguises, and late night drop points

Once in his bar it didn’t take long for word to get out about this smooth and smoky spirit with the handwritten labels that was only available from the backroom at Café No Se. Soon, this mezcal was being carried one, two,three, bottles at a time, in the luggage of travellers, writers and photographers passing from Guatemala to New York, London, LA and beyond. In late 2009, Ilegal Mezcal became legal and started appearing at select restaurants and bars in New York, Texas and California. Today Ilegal is carried in over 25 US states, Australia, Singapore, and countries in both Europe and the Caribbean

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Jaral de Berrio

The Hacienda del Jaral de Berrio is located in the historic borough of San Felipe Torres Mochas in the state of Guanajuato. Its origins date back to the late 16th century when a certain Don Juan de Zavala purchased various acres of land in Valle de San Francisco, on which he reared his livestock

The production of mezcal at the site dates back to the 18th century, when it was known as aguardiente criollo del Jaral, according to bibliographic data and historical stock

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Lágrimas de Dolores

Produced in the beautiful setting of Hacienda Dolores, mezcal Lágrimas de Dolores is distilled using exclusively Duranguensis Agave, which is endemic to the State of Durango. We make our mezcal using traditional methods from the very beginning. The type of agave and the meticulous methods we use, make an incomparable aroma and taste. Salud!

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Los Danzantes

In 1997, Destileria Los Danzantes is created, reconstructed in an old palenque (artisanal mezcal factory) in the villaje of Santiago Matatlán, state of Oaxaca, town known as the World Capital of Mezcal
Distillery Los Danzantes, its primary mission, is artisanal mezcal production with the highest standards of quality. Artisanal mezcal is produced with respect to his people, the ground, traditional forms of elaboration and agave, also known as maguey Mezcal los danzantes; Mezcal that we manufactured in our artisanal way with the help of the master Joel Antonio Juan, distillery using only capon agave (high level of maturity), baked in conical kiln underground stone with mesquite wood, ground in Chilean bakery pulled by horses, organic fermentation in large containers, timber, and double distillation in copper stills
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Marca Negra
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Marca Negra

The highlands of Oaxaca, a state in southern Mexico, has a strong tradition of Mezcal production dating back to the 16th century. The small village of San Luis del Rio encapsulates artisanal tradition. Gravel roads lead the way through the Sierra Madre mountains to its 3,300-ft elevation above sea level. The population of primarily indigenous people is less than 500. In the air, the smell of smoking wood heating stones in an earthen oven cooking agave piñas. A horse hauls a stone wheel to prepare the mash for fermentation. Copper pot-stills heat the fermented agave above wood fires. The significance of the land, the agave, the time taken for production and the keen skill of each master distiller is beautifully represented in every pure, authentic Marca Negra Mezcal selection

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Papadiablo

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Papadiablo

Papadiablo is a pure Mezcal made from the relationship between Maestro Don Beto and the land of Miahuatlan, Oaxaca

Both expressions are equally sophisticated, complex and subtle. The bottle and branding, outstanding in it’s presentation and unique in it’s ability to crossover from the category of mexican
spirits and culture into new realms. The Espadín is elemental with a hint of smoke, delicate, sweet lavender notes and a touch of cream. Very energizing. The Especial is more complex and holds caramels and summer fruits as well as the fresh taste of the 3 wild agaves from which it is made : Madre Cuiche, Bicuishe and Mexicano

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Pescador

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Pescador de Suenos

The Santa Sabia distillery has created PESCADOR DE SUEÑOS, a project where unique collections of select mescals are born, seeking the rebirth of the mystic and folklore that this Mexican tradition offers

Our products are manufactured with the utmost quality, passion, and commitment to our ancestral culture. This a process that begins with our dedicated farmers’ care for each plant, continuing on with the touch of our noble mescal maestros, all the way until the mescals are bottled in their characteristic high-temperature ceramic flasks, hand-crafted by virtuoso artisans

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Pierde Almas




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Pierde Almas

Pierde Almas is the producer of a hyper-gourmet, handcrafted, small-batch Mezcal from the mountainous regions of Chichicapam and San Juan del Río in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. Our Mezcal is double distilled and made from 100% naturally fermented Agave
We are currently using five species of Agave to produce five bewitchingly delicious “Joven” Mezcals. These are: Espadín, Do-ba-daán (a rare, regionally specific Agave), Tequilana Weber, 100% wild Tobalá and 100% wild Tobaziche. In addition, Espadín is used in the production of our rare Mezcal de Pechuga
Pierde Almas is a culturally, socially and environmentally responsible company, fully dedicated to the preservation of the cultural matrix from which artisan-made Mezcal issues, and actively engaged in the re-forestation of wild species of Agave in those areas where their populations have been depleted

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QuiQuiRiQui

100% agave spirit from Mexico

All of QQRQ’s mezcals are made by hand in small batches. Made from 100% agave, grown and produced in Oaxaca, Mexico, company founder Melanie Symonds works closely with family producers who have generations of experience, creating unique mezcals that are crafted in the traditional way using no industrial processes. Mezcal is made from the hearts of agave plants, roasted in fire heated pits in the ground, which are then crushed, fermented with natural yeasts and distilled. The result is a clear spirit thats flavour profile is unique to its maker. Our producers employ local workers who are often younger generations of those with a family legacy of mezcal production. The palenqueros are proud of their work and their ancestors’ and relatives’ work and we recognise this and the need to support them by supporting the industry and its traditions

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San Cosme


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San Cosme

A product of a fascinating history of religion, politics, astronomy and philosophy, mezcal is a miraculous beverage that reflects the richness of a culture with mythical origins

Mezcal San Cosme is the taste of our ancestors; its delicate taste should be enjoyed slowly, by sipping each drink while discovering the complex aromas, smooth textures and smoky softness of this historical Mexican beverage

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Siete Misterios

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Siete Misterios

Our company was born in Mexico in 2010 with only one thing in mind: to rescue the mezcal-making traditions, as well as to promote local commerce and stimulate the culture of small mezcal producers, all of this with a contemporary approach. Thus we were able to relive the past and match it with the present time, combining the best of both worlds. We remain respectful of one of the most pure essences: the mezcal, a genuine Mexican heritage. The legends and mysteries of Mexico, our land, were our source of inspiration to start a quest, looking for a beverage that is fully representative of the Mexican customs, culture and of course the passion that goes along every Mexican product

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Vago

Each of our unique mezcals are naturally made in a traditional palenque with no additives and never blended. On the front label of each of our bottles, all the information is there about who made it, what pueblo, what agave, details in the process, size of batch and more

This is connoisseur mezcal. We aim to empower both the master craftsmen with a celebration of his art, and also the consumer by giving them the knowledge they need to find a great mezcal. All of our mezcals are joven (young) and clear. It is our belief that all mezcal should be drunk this way. Storing or aging mezcal in wood should be avoided, as it chemically alters the mezcal, adding flavours that traditionally were not there

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