Limited Release - One bottle per customer please.
Del Maguey Single Village Mezcals are created in extremely small quantities following traditional production methods developed in the 16th century. The hearts of the agave are roasted over hot stones in a put in the ground for three to five days while covered in earth, ground to a mash using horse-powered stone mills, and then naturally fermented in wooden vats. The spirit is then created using two slow distillations in wood-fired clay or copper pot stills. The result is unlike any spirit you have experienced before. Smoky, earthy, and stunningly complex, each bottle is a unique experience.
Del Maguey Wild Papalome Silvestre is made with 100% Wild Maguey Papalome agave in the town of San Pedro Teozacoalco, Oaxaca. The Papalome agave looks like a giant Tobala. The distillation of this unique Mezcal takes place in a stainless steel pot with a clay condenser and Carrizo tube. The resulting spirit is earthy, dark and delicious.
Product of Mexico
Alcohol by Volume: 45%