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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The handpainted ceramic bottle is gorgeous, but so is what’s in the bottle: a blend of three-four- and five-year old Tequilas. Look for a deep amber hue and complex aromas that unfold jalapeño, brown sugar and cocoa. The palate-coating, slightly viscous palate opens with clove and coriander, warming to cocoa, browned butter, and sarsaparilla, and finishes on black pepper and cinnamon. The overall effect almost reads like a Tequila-based amaro. (KN)" (05/2019) K&L Notes: Grand Mayan is a rare Extra Añejo from the exceptional ...
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"Uno Dos Tres" is a new, 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 uses all recycled materials and natural soy ink to print their beautifully rendered labels. The tequila matches the exceptional packaging in depth and quality. Showcasing the lowland spice and minerality, you can almost taste the iron rich red soils. The "Tres" conti...
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This tequila is aged two to three years in oak barrels and has a beautiful silky smooth character that does añejo right: rich, but not cloyingly sweet. Guillermo Erickson Sauza, a fifth-generation family member, produces Tequila Fortaleza, using traditional techniques. This is a beautiful, artisan, hand-crafted, stone milled tequila. Tequila Fortaleza is produced entirely within the walls of their estate, using centuries old traditional methods which, although are very labor intensive, create a tequila which is unequaled in taste and smoothness. Using an...
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The magnificent Casa Dragones has been blowing it up in the high-end tequila market. They've finally made their exquisite lowland tequila available to the masses. This surprisingly approachable blanco has all the finesse and structure of the Joven, but without the sweet vanilla and spice oak. This shows tons of apple and pear, with slight whiffs of the minerally vegetable that we expect from a lowland. On the palate it's clean and bright with lovely sweet fruit and only a slight cracked pepper quality. Ultimately, a fine follow up to a very difficult to ...
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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...
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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."
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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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Enemigo 89, a rare clear añejo, is known by the name of 'Cristalino' in Mexico. The Tequila is aged traditionally for over a year, resting in custom-made American Oak barrels which infuse and color the liquid. The now amber liquid is then filtered using carbon and cellulose which removes the color, leaving behind the more delicate, mineral and floral notes circling the elegant agave. Enemigo 89 was the first ever and only clear añejo to ever win Double Gold at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Named 'eighty-nine' as a testament to ...
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Maestro Ramon Miranda has delivered a Bacanora of stunning complexity and remarkably approachability. Made from Angustifolia Haw (Pacifica) in the village of Alamos in southern Sonora this agave is cooked in a traditional underground oven with mesquite and oak for fuel. After a wild fermentation in drums there are two distillations in stainless/copper stills. The Bacanora is slightly smoky and marked by an incredible mint tone. Texturally beautiful. If you're exploring agave spirits, do not miss this offering.
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Inside the attractive squared bottle, the aromas and flavors of this highlands Tequila tend toward honey, with light touches of tropical fruit, jalapeño and a fleeting floral note on the elongated, rounded finish. *Top 50 Spirits 2013* (KN)" (05/2013) K&L Notes: Frank Mendez called me one day and told me he'd like to come present his new family project: Gran Dovejo tequila. While Frank and his cousin don't come from a tequila-making background, they consider themselves aficionados and feel the same exasperation I do toward ...
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "The aroma is fresh and bright, welcoming with pineapple and pear. The palate echoes those flavors, and surprises with a waft of smokiness too. All together, this fruity-smoky profile suggests charred pineapple, plus a vanilla and clove finish. (KN)" (05/2019) K&L Notes: Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped.
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NOM 1579 - distilled by master Tequilero Felipe Camarena, the maker of El Pandillo and G4 tequilas. Agave forward and smooth as silk. Distilled on copper pot stills and aged for 18 months in American oak. The deft use of used barrels allows the agave to shine despite considerable time in oak. A great anejo for those who love to still taste the tequila underneath.
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The Tepeztate agave hearsta is cooked in earthen pit ovens and crushed by horse drawn tahona. Natural yeast is allowed to do its thing in open top fermenters before a double distillation and resting period. The Tepeztate grows only on steep, rocky cliffs and is wild harvested, providing powerful and unique floral aromas. This combined with an incredible mineral drive, light smokiness, and excellent price make this the perfect mezcal for those looking to explore the world of wild agave without breaking the bank.
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Made from Dasylirion, a member of the lily family known as the desert spoon, or more commonly, Sotol. This non-agave distillate is another incredible example of Mexico's varied and rich distilling tradition. In this case, coming from the state of Durango.
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "A mild whiff of tropical fruit leads the nose. The palate is light and mildly sweet with a trace of coconut, finishing peppery, crisp and a bit fiery. Aged for six months in former Napa Cabernet barrels. *Top 100 Spirits 2018* (KN)" (05/2018) 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 at NOM 1500 by Tequileria las Juntas, the product was nameless for many years, existing solely as the hou...
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Don Julio's next installment in their limited Double Cask Reposado line utilizes Diageo's most famous smoky scotch producer - Lagavulin. The Tequila is full of all of the sweetness of Don Julio and undergirded by a strong mellow smoke from start to finish. It drinks like Don Julio's answer to Mezcal.
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "A classic unaged mezcal: clear, with fresh, grassy aromas of green chile pepper and a slight whiff of smoke. The flavors reflect sweet and fruity, then spicy and smoky, finishing with spicy anise and alcohol burn. A fine base for a citrusy cocktail." (12/2010) K&L Notes: San Luis Del Rio mezcal has a spicy, fruity and smoky nose with a high note of citrus. It is smooth and warming to the palate with a clean finish. San Luis Del Rio is the name of the village where this fine Mezcal is produced. Del Maguey, Ltd. Co. is the onl...
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Mezcal fans rejoice. Breaking Bad fans rejoice. Dos Hombres Mezcal has arrived. After Breaking Bad wrapped, Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston were pretty bummed out they wouldn't be working together anymore, so they did what any spirit loving person would do and decided to start a Mezcal brand. However, they also learned lessons from some other celeb brands and realized they didn't want to just slap their name on something they liked, but source a quality product from real artisans. Turns out that Bryan and Aaron have quite different tastes when it comes to ...
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Chichicapa has a relatively light nose, yet is deep and sweet on the tongue with a very complex character. It has a long finish, with a distinct smokiness and hint of mint at the end. Chichicapa is 2 hours south of Oaxaca, and 2 hours to the west on a dirt road. The pueblo elevation is about 7,000 feet. Chichicapa is separated from the valley of Oaxaca by a mountain range. The valley is broad, about thirty miles deep and ten miles wide. The climate is desert and tropical, with banana trees, guava, mangoes, and other exotic fruits. Faustino Garcia Vasquez...
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Billed as the world's first white añejo, it indeed has an unusual clear appearance, hence the name 'claro.' Created to celebrate Don Julio's 70th anniversary, this limited edition bottling, aged for 18 months, has powerful charred oak, honey and vanilla notes, and a banana-like finish. (KN)" (05/2013) K&L Notes: "Don't judge a book by its cover" is the applicable anecdote here. It is a totally unique product from the master distiller at Don Julio. This is anejo tequila that has had its color filtered out for the world's firs...
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Campeon tequila is made at El Viejito distillery in Atotonilco, Jalisco. For more than 75 years, the Nuñez family has been making unadulterated, additive-free tequila with a clean-tasting purity and a trademark note of white pepper and spice. In Mexico, they release an eponymous tequila called El Viejito, but in the U.S. they're brought in by the Bay Area's own Lou Palatella, who contracts the juice under his Campeon label. Juan Nuñez is a big believer in minimal oak influence, so the añejo isn't as rich or dark as most tequilas in this category. Neverth...
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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. For those who want the experience of an ultra-premium modern mezcal, but without the extreme price tag.
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Campeòn tequila is made at El Viejito distillery in Atotonilco, Jalisco. For more than 75 years, the Nuñez family has been making unadulterated, additive-free tequila with a clean-tasting purity and a trademark note of white pepper and spice. In Mexico, they release an eponymous tequila called El Viejito, but in the U.S. they're brought in by the Bay Area's own Lou Palatella, who contracts the juice under his Campeòn label. Juan Nuñez is a big believer in minimal oak influence, and his reposado is one of the lightest and most graceful around. The soft fr...
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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...
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Wine Enthusiast: "Another single-village mezcal from Del Maguey. This crystal-clear mezcal has not much aroma, just a spicy scent which later opens up to a faint, grassy sweetness. Vegetal, grassy, slightly sweet flavors finish dry and pleasant, with just a little spice. Light body, unctuous feel. (KN)" (12/2010) K&L Notes: Named "Distiller of the Year" at the 2011 San Francisco World Spirits Competition! This single village Mezcal is from the village of Santo Domingo Albarradas, located in the high altitude tropical region of "Mixe" (pronounced Mee-Ha...
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El Silencio Joven Ensamble Mezcal (750ml)
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The wonderful El Silencio Mezcal comes from the village of San Baltazar. This special blend of three agave types, espadin, tobaisiche, & mexicano, double distilled in copper pots - this is "mezcal for the masses". The Robb Report agrees, but this isn't just tequila masquerading as oaxacan mezcal, "Smooth without giving up the rustic character of the drink, with the flavors of fennel, white pepper, and fine saddle leather lurking behind a merely lip-numbing burn." - Michalene Busico ("Lightning in a Bottle," June 2014). The blend of the various agave type...
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Father and son team Victor and Emmanuel are 3rd and 4th generation to distill in Mengoli de Moreals. Their palenque was set up 20 years ago and before that they worked at their grandfather's, Pablo Ramos Sanchez. This area, Miahuatlan, is renowned for the abundance of Karwainski (Madrecuixe, bicuixe, tobaxiche) and the use of an unusual additional apparatus on their copper potstills called the "refrescador". The refrescador sits on top of the potstill like a mini water-cooled column. It catches and condenses the heaviest spirits as form further rectifyin...
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Pierde Almas is one of these new, wonderful hyper-artesanal mezcals. Putting quality and tradition above all else, Pierde Almas is not sold by the village from which it's sourced, but instead chooses to focus on the type of agave in each expression. The company is devoted to sustainable production as well as supporting the cultural and traditional values of the Oaxacan people. Made using only traditional techniques, such as using earthen ovens to roast the pinas for up to ten days, small hand made copper pot stills fired with open flames, and bottled at ...
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The name "1938" is meant to honor and remember the sacrifices and hardships that Mexico underwent after it moved to nationalize its oil industry during the Depression. Notes from the producer: "Mezcal Nacional 1938 is an ensamble produced from wild agave cirial and cultivated agave espadín. Ensambles require extra care as they are produced by combining an optimum ratio of cirial and espadín piñas prior to cooking, crushing, fermentation, and distillation. The maestro meszcalero must carefully pre-determine the optimum ratio of agave varieties to yield th...
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Cuish is part of an association of Mezcal leaders in Oaxaca which known for the wide diversity of agaves. The role of Mezcal in this community is of the utmost importance. Whether celebrating social or religious tradition, Mezcal is a part of the ritual. That's why Cuish's process is 100% handmade and traditional, respecting the customs of the different peoples of Oaxaca. In each bottle, you will appreciate the aromas and flavors of each variety of agave. Whether aged for 7 years or 20, you will lavish in the quality.
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Made from Dasylirion, a member of the lily family known as the desert spoon, or more commonly, Sotol. This non-agave distillate is another incredible example of Mexico's varied and rich distilling tradition. In this case, coming from the state of Coahuila de Zaragoza.
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