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Casamigos Mezcal Joven (40% abv)

Casamigos brand is launching their first Mezcal; a Blanco made from 100 percent Espadin agave from Santiago Matatlán in Oaxaca, Mexico. It’s made the traditional way; twice distilled and finished with mountain spring water after 30 days. 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.

Don Mateo Mezcal Artesanal Cupreata (46% abv)

Don Mateo Mezcal is a unique and brand and new appellation not only in Alberta, but also in Canada as it’s the only Mezcal of its kind from the State of Michoacán in Mexico which is located in the center west of the Mexican Republic, on the extreme southwest of the central highlands.

Most of these Agaves are Wild and Organic, and, at the Don Mateo Distillery they practice a lot of biodynamic techniques. Mezcal Don Mateo is also part of the Bat-Friendly program/certification as bats are very important for the pollination of wild agave. These are also high altitude agave grown and located at 2,000 to 2,600 meters above the sea level.

Last but not least, these are brand new Agave varieties that are indigenous to the Michoacán Terroir, making Don Mateo a point of difference in the rest of this category in all 9 different Mezcal Appellations as almost 95% of Mezcals available in the province come from the Mexican State of Oaxaca (South). Mezcals from the State of Michoacán are often called: “The XO’s of Mezcals” due to their complexity notes and fine drinkability!

Don Mateo Mezcal Artesanal Manso Sahuayo(48% abv)

Don Mateo Mezcal is a unique and brand and new appellation not only in Alberta, but also in Canada as it’s the only Mezcal of its kind from the State of Michoacán in Mexico which is located in the center west of the Mexican Republic, on the extreme southwest of the central highlands.

Most of these Agaves are Wild and Organic, and, at the Don Mateo Distillery they practice a lot of biodynamic techniques. Mezcal Don Mateo is also part of the Bat-Friendly program/certification as bats are very important for the pollination of wild agave. These are also high altitude agave grown and located at 2,000 to 2,600 meters above the sea level.

Last but not least, these are brand new Agave varieties that are indigenous to the Michoacán Terroir, making Don Mateo a point of difference in the rest of this category in all 9 different Mezcal Appellations as almost 95% of Mezcals available in the province come from the Mexican State of Oaxaca (South). Mezcals from the State of Michoacán are often called: “The XO’s of Mezcals” due to their complexity notes and fine drinkability!

Don Mateo Mezcal Artesanal Pechuga (45% abv)

Don Mateo Mezcal is a unique and brand and new appellation not only in Alberta, but also in Canada as it’s the only Mezcal of its kind from the State of Michoacán in Mexico which is located in the center west of the Mexican Republic, on the extreme southwest of the central highlands.

Most of these Agaves are Wild and Organic, and, at the Don Mateo Distillery they practice a lot of biodynamic techniques. Mezcal Don Mateo is also part of the Bat-Friendly program/certification as bats are very important for the pollination of wild agave. These are also high altitude agave grown and located at 2,000 to 2,600 meters above the sea level.

Last but not least, these are brand new Agave varieties that are indigenous to the Michoacán Terroir, making Don Mateo a point of difference in the rest of this category in all 9 different Mezcal Appellations as almost 95% of Mezcals available in the province come from the Mexican State of Oaxaca (South). Mezcals from the State of Michoacán are often called: “The XO’s of Mezcals” due to their complexity notes and fine drinkability!

Koch el Mezcal de Oaxaca ‘Maguey Barril’ Mezcal Joven (48% abv)

This release from the Koch El mezcal range was produced exclusively using barril agave. Be ready for a particularly intense spirit, boasting plenty of smoke and spice.

Lágrimas de Dolores Mezcal Añejo (40.5% abv)

A slightly higher-strength bottling of Lagrimas De Dolores’ Mezcal Anejo, which spends a year in oak casks before being bottled. Herbaceous smoke, with light touches of toasty wood and caramel.

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Lágrimas de Dolores Mezcal Castilla Joven (47% abv)

This Mezcal from Lagrimas De Dolores is allowed to age for a year in white oak casks before being bottled, which compliments the smoky notes of the spirit.

Mezcal Jaral De Berrio

Jaral de Berrio Mezcal is made using 100% Salmiana agave using traditional methods. The Salmiana species is native to central and southern Mexico. A surprisingly sweet nose develops vegetal notes of roasted agave, red pepper and pine on the palate, before a long finish of cracked black pepper and caramel.

Mezcal Union

Mezcal Unión Uno is a silver mezcal distilled from 2 types of agave: espadin and cirial. It’s produced by a group of mezcal families and Master Mezcalero Pedro Hernandez in San Baltazar, Oaxaca. It’s bottled at 38% abv.

Mezcal Union El Viejo Mezcal (45% abv)

Mezcal Unión El Viejo is a clear, silver-hued mezcal produced by a union of Oaxacan families under the guidance of Master Mezcalero Pedro Hernandez.

Under the Unión label, various producer families contribute to individual, hand-crafted batches of Unión mezcal. El Viejo, “the old man,” is the elder and rarer counterpart to its younger sibling, Unión’s “young man,” Uno.

El Viejo is created from two types of agave—farm-raised sprat (also known as espadín), and tobalá, a wild bush known as King Agave. Tobalá is only found at high altitudes, matures for up to 14 years, and can generally only be located on foot or by donkey.

Montelobos Mezcal (43.2 abv)

Montelobos is an organic mezcal from Oaxaca. Produced using agave espadin, it is complex with a delightfully smoky note.

Sombra Mezcal

After growing 4 to 12 years, agave plants are harvested and the pinas (agave hearts) are baked for two days in rock-lined pits over hot rocks, heated by intense oak fire.