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5 Sentidos K&L Exclusive Espadin "Batch ESALB01-19" (Alberto Martinez) Santa Catarina Albarradas Uncertified Oaxacan Mezcal (750ml)
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5 Sentidos started as the house spirit of the acclaimed restaurant in Oaxaca city "El Destilado" and has become a platform to uplift numerous traditional producers who otherwise wouldn't be able to sell their products on the international stage. There's a stigma in Mexico of exporting uncertified agave spirits, driven by the idea that mezcal's denomination of origin is synonymous with quality. In fact, the system shuts out many traditional producers and allows countless industrial practices that should be considered inferior. That's why many of the great...
Price: $109.99

Rey Campero Tepextate + Pulquero K&L Exclusive Single Batch Lot#D5001-TP Mezcal (750ml)
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This single batch of Rey Campero mezcal yeilded roughly 264 bottles, half of which remained in Mexico. The other half is exclusive to K&L. Distilled in October 2017, this batch rested for 30 months in glass before being bottled. This extended resting process gives this particular batch an increased sense of smoothness and elegance while carrying all of the robust flavors of Tepextate (A. Marmorata) and Pulquero (A. Atrovirens) agaves. This unique 50/50 field blend was a one time production created by Romulo Sanchez almost 3 years ago. This is one of the ...
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5 Sentidos K&L Exclusive Ensamble De 6 Magueyes "Batch 6M-19" (Atenogenes and José Garcia) San Isidro Guishe Uncertified Oaxacan Mezcal (750ml)
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This incredible small-batch mezcal was created by the Atenogenes and José Garcia in the town of San Isidro Guishe. A re-creation of what would have been typical in mezcal production just a few decades ago, a field blend in the truest sense of the word. Here the father and son team harvested the mature agave from a single field grown by a neighbor. In exchange the neighbor (or Magueyero) received forty liters of this incredible batch of mezcal, a fine payment for the nearly 2 tons of ripe agave that were needed to distill this 183-liter batch. Most of the...
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This 143-liter batch (176 bottles) of Jabali (A. Convallis) was produced by maestro mezcalero Alberto Martinez and his son-in-law Reynaldo. The two fo them wild harvested 326 pinas of mature Jabali at altitudes as high as 8000 feet above sea level. The pinas were roased underground in a conical oven with encino oak, dried banana leaves, and acacia leaves for 11 days. Alberto and Reynaldo then hand-mashed the cooked agave with wooden mallets, mixed it with spring water and fermented the agave in underground stonetanks with "encino de agua" (tree bark) for...
Price: $139.99

Del Maguey Tobala Mezcal (750ml)
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Wine Enthusiast: "This single-village mezcal made from wild mountain maguey (agave) has a clean, peppery flavor and high, sweet fragrance with a peppery zing. (KN)" (12/2010) K&L Notes: Del Maguey was named "Distiller of the Year" at the 2011 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Tobalá is a special variety of wild mountain maguey (agave) that is smaller in size with larger leaves than the more widely cultivated espadin (sword) or azul (blue) agave varieties. According to local legend, tobalá is the original maguey, cultivated by the Ancestors to ma...
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Produced with wild Tobala agave, Bruxo's #5 is the distiller's most limited production bottling. Made by mezcalero Candido Reyes, the mezcal is described by the producer as exhibiting a "cyrstaline and polished pearl shine" with notes of butter and ripe tropical fruits followed by other fruit flavors such as peach, pineapple and banana and subtle smoky notes.
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Distiller's notes: "Alberto Martinez Lopez has been distilling sierra negra agave spirits for over three decades. He and his son-in-law Reynaldo distill the massive agave Sierra Negra (A. Americana) in their traditional palenque in Santa Catarina Albarradas, Oaxaca. Alberto and Reynaldo harvest cultivated Sierra Negra that take twelve to fifteen years to reach their maturity. Once harvested, Alberto bakes the agave in an earthen oven with encino oak and river rocks for a week. He and Reynaldo subsequently mash the cooked agave by hand with wooden mallet...
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This 99-liter batch (119 bottles) was distilled from mature agave Espadin and wild-harvested Tobaziche (A. Karwinski). They were harvested around 5,200 feet above sea level in San Jose del Progreso, Oaxaca. Maestro mezcalero "Tio" Pedro Pascual Hernandez Arrellanes cooked hte Espadin and Tobaziche pinas in an undreground conical oven wiht huamuche firewood for five days. After the roast, Pero and his nephew allowed the cooked agave to cool for about a week ebfore hadn mashing it with wooden mallets. The natural fermentation in pine vats took roughly 10 d...
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Father and son team Felipe and Ageo are 3rd and 4th generation to produce excellent mezcal in Miahuatlan. Their small community of Mengoli de Morelos happens to have some of Oaxaca's best distillers. This area is renowned for the abundance of Karwainski (Madrecuixe, bicuixe, tobaxiche) and an unusual additional piece on their copper potstills called the "refrescador". This odd apparatus sits on top of the potstill like a mini water cooled column, though the Cortes do not use plates inside the apparatus. It catches and condenses the heaviest spirits as f...
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Clay pot-distilled mezcal from Eduardo Ángeles, who started Lalocura in 2014 after distilling at his family's Real Minero, that has already attracted a cult following. According to the producer: "Lalocura is produced in Santa Catarina Minas, Oaxaca, where Maestro Eduardo Ángeles was born and raised, where he learned to distill from his father, and where his palenque is located today. Like all traditional mezcales made in Minas, the agave piñas are roasted in an earthen oven, mashed by hand, fermented outdoors, and distilled in clay pots. It's a process t...
Price: $179.99

Before starting Lalocura in 2014, Eduardo Ángeles spent years working as the fourth generation master distiller of his family’s label Real Minero, where he combined a lifetime of working under his father, the late, great Don Lorenzo with a degree in agricultural engineering, and a philosophy that is all his own.
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Rezpiral Spirits distilled from agave (uncertified mezcal) is one of the most ambitious agave spirits projects available in the United States. Miniscule batches from all over Mexico that are treated with the utmost respect are imported into select markets. At the heart of the endeavor is an ethos that respects and supports the mutligenerational knowledge, independence, flavors, lands, and traditions of each mezcalero family. The Tobala is made by Aureliano Hernandez in San Baltazar Guelevila from 9-10 year old agaves. It's crushed by tahona and copper di...
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From NETA: Ranulfo has been distilling agave spirits consistently for over four decades, working principally with the same three varieties of maguey: Madrecuixe, Bicuixe, and Espadín. Though the maestro will often distill single-agave productions, he usually combines different varietals to produce an ensamble, like the one we’re excited to share with you this spring. The different agave are roasted, macerated, fermented, and distilled together — true ensambles are never composed of cold blends of finished spirits. Producing an ensamble is one of the olde...
Price: $149.99

Rezpiral Spirits distilled from agave (uncertified mezcal) is one of the most ambitious agave spirits projects available in the United States. Miniscule batches from all over Mexico that are treated with the utmost respect are imported into select markets. At the heart of the endeavor is an ethos that respects and supports the multi-generational knowledge, independence, flavors, lands, and traditions of each mezcalero family. The Tepeztate is made by Apolonio Ramirez and Reina Sanchez in San Agustin Amatengo. The ancient agaves are grown for 20-25 years....
Price: $129.99

Real Minero is widely considered one of the finest mezcal producers. The Mendoza family has farmed Agave for decades but they've been distilling since the '70s and become one of Mexico's most sought after producers. Using clay pot stills, they produce one of the cleanest and highest quality products around, but only about 300 liters per month so stocks are tight. It's certified organic, Oaxacan owned and absolutely delicious. Father, Lorenzo Angeles Mendoza, is the brawn, while Graciela Angeles Carreño the heart and soul (and of course the brains) of the...
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Real Minero is wildly considered one of the finest mezcal producers. The Mendoza family has farmed Agave for decades but they've been distilling since the 70s and become one of Mexico's most sought after producers. Using clay pot stills, they produce one of the cleanest highest quality products around, but only about 300 liters per month so stocks are tight. It's certified organic, Oaxacan owned and absolutely delicious. Father, Lorenzo Angeles Mendoza, is the brawn, while Graciela Angeles Carreño heart and soul (and of course the brains) of the operatio...
Price: $179.99


La Neta is legit. Literally, it is Mexican slang for "off the hook" or "absolutely great." And this mezcal is aptly named. One of the foremost brands in trying to cultivate strong relationships with their producers, protecting the heritage and culture of the mezcaleros in Oaxaca, and making sure that the people making these incredible products actually get paid! This bottling is made by a small group of mezcaleros known as Grupo Logoche - a co-op made up of 11 men and one woman who have all been making Mezcal their whole lives in Lachiguizo, Miahuatlan. ...
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This delicious and tiny batch of mezcal from Reina Sanchez is fiery and fun as the fiesty Mezcalero who made it. Reina Sanchez is known for her quick wit and biting humor, as much as she's known for her powerfully complex mezcals. Not only does the fact that she is one of just a few women who own and operate a palenque in the region set her apart from her many compatriots but the quality of the spirits she produces does as well. Here she's taking Tequila back to its roots, using Blue Weber grown locally and processing it just as she would any of her othe...
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This producer and his sons make a very special mezcal called Pechuga that is many a bartender's darling due to its distinctively smoky-spicy aromas and flavors. Spirits critics have described it as "ouzo-like" for its intense petrol and anise-driven profile. It is triple-distilled and limited in production due to the special seasonal ingredients it requires—wild mountain apples and plums—which are part of a special combination of fruits and rice added to the distillate for the third distillation, which takes place over the period of 24 hours and requires...
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Clay pot-distilled mezcal from Eduardo Ángeles, who started Lalocura in 2014 after distilling at his family's Real Minero, that has already attracted a cult following. According to the producer: "Lalocura is produced in Santa Catarina Minas, Oaxaca, where Maestro Eduardo Ángeles was born and raised, where he learned to distill from his father, and where his palenque is located today. Like all traditional mezcales made in Minas, the agave piñas are roasted in an earthen oven, mashed by hand, fermented outdoors, and distilled in clay pots. It's a process t...
Price: $149.99

One of the very best mezcal on the shelf distilled by the excellent Aureliano Hernandez in the village of San Baltazar Guelevila. The Coyote is harvest around 10 years old at an alitude of 1582 meters. The oak fired conical oven is lined with volcanic rock and the roasted agave is crushed on horsedrawn tahona before being double distilled on small copper pots.
Price: $119.99