An artisinal universe beyond Tequila
Mezcal is a culture of the land. Centuries-old traditions. Rustic hills. Remote villages. Time. Sun. Soil. Passion.
Tequila is made from one type of agave, whereas Mezcal can be made from many types– thriving in the wild or farmed in estates, grown in different regions of Mexico, each with a different climate and elevation. The mezcaleros use varying techniques in the production process, a tradition passed down from one generation to the next, dating back to the Indian tribes from centuries ago. Each Mezcal has its own unique texture and flavor, the essence of the family and land it represents.