THE LAST 5 RELEASES
MEZCALERO No. 15 (2016)
Semi-wild agave americana (sierra negra) from warm-climate mountain slopes, distilled by Baltazar Cruz Gonzales in San Luis del Rio. Sierra negra is notably suave. 1128 bottles at 47.2% abv.
MEZCALERO No. 16 (2016)
Semi-wild madrecuishe (agave karwinskii) distilled by Don Valente Angel in Santa Maria Pila. The species has high acidity, thus great structure and clarity of flavor in the mezcal. Beautifully distilled. 1308 bottles at 47.2% abv.
MEZCALERO No. 17 (2016)
Wild agave de lumbre, an agave so unknown it has no scientific name, blended at roasting with espadín (agave angustifolia). The distiller is Cosmé Hernandez of San Baltazar Guélavila, who has a marvelous soft touch. Delicate and genuinely rare. 1104 bottles at 48% abv.
MEZCALERO No. 18 (2017)
Wild and semi-wild agaves bicuishe, madrecuishe (agaves karwinskii), mexicano (agave rhodacantha, or dobadán). and cultivated espadín (agave angustifolia), distilled in May, 2013, by Don Valente Angel in Santa Maria la Pila, and bottled after four years in tank. Amazing presence. 46% abv.
MEZCALERO No. 19 (2017)
Wild cirial (variant of agave Karwinskii) and cultivated upland espadín (agave angustifolia) distilled in March, 2015 by Don Baltazar Cruz Gonzales in San Luis del Rio, and bottled after more than 2 years in tank. Beautifully distilled. 47% abv.