Three artisanal mezcals made within the rhythm of Nature. Created slowly, to be enjoyed slowly.
A sweet and herbaceous expression, well-balanced with hints of sweet apple, ripe fruits and a mild smoky layer to finish.
Espadín is the most commonly sourced agave varietal for mezcal. Its sky-reaching sword-like leaves protect the piña. Typically, an Espadín agave will take 5-8 years to reach maturity, though we like to leave ours alone for 8. The extra time is well savored.Sip Curiously
An earthy expression with hints of tobacco, cocoa, vanilla and leather, offering a unique balance between wood aromas and umami flavors.
Also known as the ”Explorer Agave,” the elusive Tobalá is a wild agave that grows in arid, shaded, high-altitude canyons. It is much smaller than its more common kin and extremely rare to find.Sip Curiously
The most herbaceous expression of all, offering a sweet and spicy profile with hints of green chili, grapefruit and fresh agave.
Massive in stature, this wild agave species is foraged from its preferred high-altitude, adventurous terroir. Salmiana really stands for its scientific name Maguey Verde, an agave traditionally used to produce pulque, the “Drink of the Gods,” that dates back millennia.Sip Curiously