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#1. Casamigos Joven Mezcal

4.8
26 ratings
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Casamigos Joven Mezcal is produced in Oaxaca, Mexico by a 4th generation family of Mezcaleros using 100% Espadin agaves. Every one of the bottles is hand crafted using a unique process insuring no two bottles will ever be the same. Casamigos Mezcal is balanced and elegant, offering harmonious hints of tamarind, pomegranate, banana and mango. Fresh herbal mint aromas, dried oregano and thyme lend character to the mezcal. The delicate tones of smoke, hints of licorice and mineral nuances lead to a long silky finish.

#2. Dos Hombres Joven Mezcal

4.5
23 ratings
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A unique blend of the finest Espadin agave, hand-selected from the hillsides of a small village in Oaxaca. Dos Hombres presents an appealing fragrance and a rich taste that engages the palate, ensuring the distinctive smoothness of our brand.

#3. GEM&BOLT Artesanal Mezcal

5.0
11 ratings
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    Smoky, Smooth
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    44%
“A clean spirit with subtle smokiness.” GEM&BOLT is a clean spirit with a smooth profile and subtle botanical notes resulting in the perfect mezcal. GEM&BOLT is a small batch joven mezcal made with perfectly ripened, late harvest, 100% espadin agave from the central valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico. GEM&BOLT is deeply informed by hundreds of years of tradition, using no artificial yeasts, additives or chemicals. The pĨna is slowly wood-roasted in conic earthen pits and mashed with traditional tahona stone. It then goes through a natural fermentation in oak vats. The first distillation is in small copper stills and then rested (not aged) in oak barrels for 3-6 months. During the second distillation, using our proprietary stainless-steel copper alloy still, the damiana herb is introduced as the agave spirit’s vapors pass through the botanical basket releasing the damiana’s essential oils. This process highlights herbal notes of chamomile, balanced by a well-rounded roasted agave profile distinct to artisanal mezcals from San Dionisio Ocotepec. Damiana is a traditional Mexican herb long-revered by the Maya and Aztec for its myriad of mood-elevating properties. This beloved heart-opening herb perfectly complements GEM&BOLT resulting in a unique composition of biosphere and natural elements promising only the highest quality mezcal.

#4. Bozal Ensamble Mezcal

5.0
10 ratings
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    Citrus, Floral, Smoky, Vegetal
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    47%
A slightly smoky, yet herbaceous undertone rests on the center of the palate, while citrus and floral notes from the Barril are introduced and strengthened by the warm viscose finish of the Mexicano. This is a light and easy sipping mezcal, which will delight and surprise you with its complex lingering finish. Espadín The Espadín agave, known as the genetic Mother of the Blue Weber Agave, is used to produce tequila, and is also the predominant agave used in mezcal production. Unique in itself, the characteristics of this agave showcase the aromas of wet earth, a rich smokiness on the mid-palate, and a finish reminiscent of wild flowers. Barril This thick-foliaged, wild agave, often used as fencing to divide land in Oaxaca, intensifies the complexity of this mezcal. As citrus and floral notes arise, hints of green peppers compliment the nose. The palate is a delightful balance of citrus and creamy banana. Mexicano The Mexicano agave thrives in the moist environment of lower elevations. This wild agave can grow quite large and is usually harvested when close to ten years of age. The concentration of sugar in the fully mature agave produces an extremely powerful mezcal. The palate is distinctively herbaceous and earthy with a long lasting finish in the mouth. ACCOLADES 100 Points, The Tasting Panel 90 Points, Wine Enthusiast

#5. Del Maguey Chichicapa Mezcal

5.0
8 ratings
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This low-valley mezcal shows elements of roast agave, green agave, lime rind, gentle smoke, and rainwater. It is unbelievably soft on the palate, yet registers 92 proof. This mezcal is deserving of every accolade it receives. (Note: may not come with packaging as pictured).

#6. El Buho Mezcal

5.0
5 ratings
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Created from Espadin agave, El Buho Mezcal is handcrafted at a traditional artisan distillery in the heart of Oaxaca. Mature agave plants are carefully selected, then slowly roasted for one week in an underground stone pit with local mesquite wood. The roasted agave pieces are crushed on a traditional Tohona stone mill, well water is added to the resulting aguamiel, and the mixture fermented for a few days. The mash is then double distilled in a fifth generation alembic still and packaged in a distinctive bottle featuring "el buho" himself. El Buho Mezcal is now available in the US thanks to Brooklyn-based company, Henry Steele Imports. An inviting nose of sweet agave, vanilla and delicate smoke leads to a rich, full-flavored palate with herbaceous notes of roasted agave, sweet potato, vanilla and earth. The finish is long, spicy and peppery, enhanced by an elegant touch of smoke.

#7. Susto Mezcal Joven

5.0
4 ratings
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#8. Mezcal Vago Tobalá de Emigdio Jarquin Ramirez

5.0
4 ratings
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Mezcal Vago Tobalá is made by Emigdio Jarquín Ramirez in Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz. Agave Tobalá is high in starch and creates light, sweet, floral mezcals. Mezcal Vago Tobalá is double distiled in a 250 Liter copper still and has notes of honey, roasted plantain, pineapple, ash, lime pulp, mint, thyme, marjoram, anise, granite, salt air, gardenia, and peony.

#9. Gracias A Dios Espadín

5.0
2 ratings
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The Gracias a Dios Espadin uses 8-year old agave Espadín, two times distilled, and aged 4 months in American oak. It has flavors of wood and spicy oak, wild herbs, and citrus pith. Spice, controlled smoke and oak, minty and fruity; more spice and rising oak. Balanced and fragrant, with nice earthy notes, good palate development, a nice array of fruit and smoke, spice and controlled oak.

#10. Ilegal Mezcal Anejo

5.0
2 ratings
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Aged to tasted for about 13 months in new, American oak barrels. A gorgeous spirit rivaling the world's finest scotches and cognacs. Maple, and bitter orange aromas. Rich butterscotch notes. Sweet agave on the palate. Rounded. Full. Rich. Mature. To be sipped and savored. Ilegal began back in 2003ish, very informally & almost by mistake. Ilegal’s founder, John Rexer, was transporting mezcal "creatively" from Oaxaca to supply his bar, Café no Sé in Antigua Guatemala. The first mezcal bar outside of Mexico. In 2006, the brand, Ilegal, was created, originally to continue to supply the bar in Guatemala. As tribute to this origin, the back of each bottle of Ilegal reads, “Originally produced for: Café No Sé Mezcal Bar".