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Special Order Only! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped.
Price: $49.99


Highly Recommended by the Beverage Tasting Institute: "Pale creamy manilla color. Interesting floral aromas of dried pineapples and peaches, sweet herbs, cocoa, and cream. A round, syrupy entry leads to a mildly sweet medium-to-full body of cream, grilled pineapple, cinnamon, and nougat flavors with a mild herbal edge. Finishes with a somewhat quick herb and wild honey fade. Curious." <br><br> Create a unique cocktail with 1921 Tequila Cream or try this recipe for the Revolutionary Hat 1921:<br> 1 ½ oz. 1921 Aged Tequila<br> 3 oz. 1921 Tequila Cream<br>...
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Geoff Kleinman of DrinkSpirits.com writes: "Always with an eye towards being “best of class”, Avion has now introduced an ultra-premium extra anejo tequila called Avion Reserva 44. The 44 in Avion’s Reserva 44 refers to the number of months that Avion has aged this tequila (which translates to 3.6 years). Avion Reserva 44 goes through the same proprietary ultra-slow filtration method that helps give Tequila Avion its distinct, spicy, and clean character before it’s aged for 43 of those 44 months. The final month Avion Reserva 44 spends in smaller barrel...
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The creators of Cazadores Tequila are back with this wonderful, value reposado. The Bañuelos family, one of Mexico's most succesful tequila producing families, sold their label to Bacardi but never their recipe. This is the original, and the reason Cazadores is so well loved. Its attractive agave spice and well balanced use of oak make this bottle good enough to sip, but you don't have to feel bad if it ends up in your "agave cocktail."
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for a soft gold hue and jalapeño zing on the aroma. The drying palate opens with a savory flash, then the long fade layers vanilla, spearmint and cinnamon. Aged 6-7 months. (KN)" (05/2018) K&L Notes: Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. The Chamucos Reposado is a smooth and fruity tequila made entirely from blue agave that is aged in white oak barrels for six months.

Special Order Only! Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. No refund or exchanges allowed on special order items. All sales are final. El Tinieblo, meaning the Darkness, is the first Tamaulipas Mezcal we've seen state side. The style is very much in line with the old school tequilas, all about fruit and balance. Subtle oak influence adds soft woodsy vanilla. It's the perfect balance between the intensity of mezcal and the ease of drinking a quality tequila.
Price: $54.99

Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. This is one of the most popular Reposado in the store. Light wood with rich agave flavors.
Price: $32.99

Special Order Only!!! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Please allow 5-7 business days for bottle to ship. From the Wine Enthusiast: "Starts out concentrated, coffee bean- and kernel-like in the aroma, which turns more cocoa/dark chocolate-like with aeration. Palate entry is creamy, thick and intensely black coffee-like; at midpalate, the sweetness accelerates and includes toasty flavors of roasted nuts and tar. Ends sweet, rich and properly...
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Rey Campero’s Mexicano is produced from agave Mexicano that is harvested from pine and oak forests at high altitudes. The result is a Mezcal that tastes of smoked wood, dry grass, and cafe espresso. Romulo Sanchez Parada makes quality Mezcal time and time again.
Price: $89.99

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Price: $49.99


A blend of Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cinsault
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is very pale in the glass, but with a zesty, savory aroma that suggests fresh oregano and basil. The palate melds that herbaceousness with hints of almond and lemon cream, plus cinnamon and white pepper on the elongated finish. Sip or mix. (KN)" (05/2018) K&L Notes: Siete Leguas, named after the horse belonging to Pancho Villa, is a Highlands tequila from Atotonilco El Alto. Agave piñas are harvested, cooked in ovens, and then pressed by either a mule-driven tahona or shredded by more contemporary techniques. The ag...

It can hardly get more pure than this--basically, this is Fortaleza Blanco direct from the still. Distillery tasting notes: "Aromas of fruit, baked fully-ripened agave, green olive, and earth are invitingly present. Slightly brighter and a touch more rustic than the regular blanco, the accents of butter, olive, earth, black pepper, and vegetal qualities in the flavor are enhanced because it comes straight from our small copper pot still, without adding water prior to bottling."
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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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Finally! After years of moving between three different ArteNOM expressions, Jake Lustig is back to bring us a new tequila from an exciting distillery. Labeled as "blanco organico," the ArteNOM 1549 comes from Destiladora Refugio located in El Arenal (known as the entrance way to the blue agave region of Jalisco), just west of Guadalajara. One of the few distilleries using certified organic agave, Refugio's blanco spirit is one of the cleanest in the business. The nose is an explosive bouquet of pepper, citrus, salt, and sweet agave, with each flavor maki...
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Zesty and spicy, this highlands Tequila shows dried herbs, jalapeño, lemon peel and black pepper, all wrapped up in a clean finish. The alcohol levels feel surprisingly restrained for a blanco. Consider pairing alongside rich or fried foods. (KN)" (05/2014) K&L Notes: 91 points, Beverage Tasting Institute and a Gold Medal from the International Review of Spirits: "Clear. Bloomy cheese rind, prairie grass with wild flowers, and honeyed date aromas. A soft, round entry leads to a dry medium body of dried flower, dusty mineral,...

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "A rare extra-aged Tequila that smells more like the agave than the barrel, mixing agave and faint jalapeño aromas. The palate is light, a refreshing mix of agave, fresh jalapeño and bell peppers, while the drying finish shows warming clove, cocoa and chocolate-covered cherry. (KN)" (05/2019) K&L Notes: 100% blue agave aged for 36 months in American white oak barrels. Each bottle of this limited production tequila is decorated by hand.

The wonderful El Silencio brand of mezcal, born in LA and distilled in Oaxaca, has finally released their anticipated Black Bottle offering. This is their entry-level mezcal, but the quality is just as incredible as their top offering. It is distilled from 100% Espadin agave, using only traditional harvesting, roasting, fermentation and distillation techniques. El Silencio remains committed to making authentic mezcal approachable for everybody. The Black Bottle really hits the mark, delivering all the classic flavors in a more subtle and nuanced way than...
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Koch Olla de Barro is a unique mezcal, thanks to the artisanal method in which it is produced – rather than the copper distillation pots common to most manufacturers, this mescal is distilled in traditional clay pots (olla de barro) giving it a incomparable and delicious flavour.
Price: $89.99

El Mero Mero Mezcal is the first liquor made from agave that was born with a tasting note issued by a professional sommelier, Eduardo Lópeztecillos: “Clean and brilliant. Pearls that confirm its alcoholic degree. In nose: cooked Maguey smoked with herbal notes. Strong resin shades, dampness and clay. Open attack in mouth, congruent with its aromas with a very long ending. Rubbing it in hand it dispels in resin and agave. It combines with moles, adobos, spicy seafood, pibil or havanero.” Espadin is the most common kind of maguey, it is a wild plant and it...
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From Mezcal Reviews: "Rey Campero Sierra Negra is a newer release from Casa Sanchez. Due to the extreme limited availability of the agave Sierra Negra, this mezcal was originally only available in Mexico, but a batch first came into the US in 2018. The agave Sierra Negra takes about 25 years to mature and it is no longer commonly used in mezcal due to over harvesting and a general lack of availability."
Price: $119.99

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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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...

This unique mezcal sees an additional third distillation that utilizes gin botanicals for an extremely unique and enjoyable drinking experience.
Price: $79.99

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

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 ...
Price: $34.99

Rey Campero is another stellar discovery in the realm of artisanal mezcal. With a focus on six different strains of native, wild-grown agave. Using double distillation in a copper alembic still, and either earthen or buried ovens for roasting the piñas, master mezcalillero Rómulo Sánchez Parada is producing some of the most inspired, hand-crafted mezcals we've seen in quite some time.
Price: $89.99

Rey Campero Espadin uses wild agave Espadin that is fermented in open air with wild yeasts. In true Rey Campero fashion, only the highest quality agave are used in production and the difference between wild agave Espadin instead of the more commonly used farmed Espadin makes a world of difference in this Mezcal. The Rey Campero Espadin is also aged before bottling, which gives it a much softer feel.
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Judah Kuper stumbled into a love of mezcal while traveling through Oaxaca and a visit to a local hospital led to him falling in love with a nurse whose father happened to be a traditional mezcal producer. This Ensamble is produced by Kuper's father-in-law and is similar to a 2016 special release available only in the SF Bay Area that earned the nickname the "Curry 30" in honor of NBA all star Steph Curry who is a mezcal fan. According to the producer, this Ensamble is a blend of Cuixe, Tepeztate, and Espadín "to mimic the blends previous generations work...
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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...
Price: $69.99

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...

Campeon tequila is made at El Viejito distillery in Atotonilco, Jalisco. For more than 75 years, the Nunez 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 Nunez is a big believer in minimal oak influence, so the anejo isn't as rich or dark as most tequilas in this category. Neverth...
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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...
Price: $59.99

Mezcal Nacional is dedicated to the times that are no more and commemorates important events in Mexico’s past. Mezcal Nacional is expertly crafted from sustainably harvested agaves to produce truly premium mezcales that are complex and elegant. Distiller's note: "Mezcal Nacional 1931 recalls the terrible effects of nature that occurred in 1931. In 1931, Oaxaca was shaken by a devastating earthquake. Although much of Oaxaca was destroyed, its people were never defeated. Mezcal Nacional 1931 was created as a tribute to the great people of Oaxaca who lost m...
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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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Yuu Baal is one of the best new mezcal labels we've seen from Oaxaca in the last few years, originating from the town of San Juan del Rio whichis one of the region's most well-regarded distillation centers. The brand (which translates to "earth" and "fire" in Zapotec) also incorporates spirits from San Luis del Rio, Santa Ana del Rio, and Santo Domingo Albarradas in what has immediately become one of the most diverse and high-quality line ups we carry. Yuu Baal's wild tepeztate expression is perhaps one of the most polished top shelf mezcals we've ever t...
Price: $109.99

Originating from the town of Zoquitlan, this is one of the rarer Silvestre agaves and the first we've stocked in the store. The flavor of the Agave recalls Tobala with tons of tropical fruit and citrus. That said there's much more earthy gravel and pepper. Richly textured and ultra dense, the smoke is the perfect frame to the wild flavors of this special plant. Mineral and spice build on the finish leaving you with a long lingering finish.
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Mezonte is a non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and preserving the production and practices of traditional agave spirits of Mexico. The main objective is to create awareness of the cultural and biological value inherent in these incredible spirits. There's a particular emphasis on the spirits of Jalisco and Michoacan, but all agave spirits could be featured. The incredible organization began in a little bar in Guadalajara where Pedro Jiminez began to educate about these special spirits. The "Japo" comes from Hildegardo Jayo...
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Campeon tequila is made at El Viejito distillery in Atotonilco, Jalisco. For more than 75 years, the Nunez 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. The blanco is a tequila drinker's blanco. Light, clean, easy to sip, but utterly mixable. With new pricing, this is easily one of th...
Price: $49.99