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The question of who regulates mezcal should be easy. Unfortunately it's a complicated matrix of Mexico's bureaucratic structure, economic imperatives, and global branding initiatives. The simplest way to describe it is that the Mexican government: Creates Denominaciones de Origen (DO)

Details Location: Distillery: Atemanica, Jalisco Agaves grown at Tesasalco, ZacatecasAgave: A. tequila Weber, blue varietyMaestro tavernero: Alfredo Ríos LanderosABV: 44%Tasting keywords: Classic tequila, asparagus, salt. NOM: NAEmail for availability Nose An amazingly light and fresh olfactory experience: This bottle is full of the classic

Details Location: La Vieja, Sierra Occidental, JaliscoAgave: A. maximilianaMaestro Mezcalero: Antonio ArrizonQuantity: 1950 bottles / 1462.2 litersABV: 40%Tasting keywords: Lactic, tingly. NOM: NABuy it today Nose Funky business! This is Raicilla through and through with that fermented butter with a touch of pickle juice

Buy Caballito Cerrero Agave Chato Blanco 46 today from Old Town Tequila. Normally we wouldn’t be writing about tequilas because, well, this is a mezcal blog and, despite our ecumenical spirit, we do tend to focus on the traditional mezcal world.

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