NETA Spirit's Max Rosenstock wrote this background profile of Aniceto García's 2020 Tepextate. In a special collaboration with NETA Spirts and Tahona Mercado, we are releasing this batch to our west coast and Florida readers. This is a super limited
A fantastic expression of Bacanora that hits your nose with an amazingly evocative set of scents ranging from salt water spray to mango. The flavor is completely in line giving you a physical sensation of roundness and that slight fizzy
We had a great time at Mexico in a Bottle Chicago, even if we experienced all four seasons over five days (snow, really?). None of that detracts from the incredible time and in fact I am beginning to understand the
We've got some changes afoot for Mexico in a Bottle this year, including a new logo and look, a new city, a couple of date changes, exciting additions of non-agave distillates, programming and more. There is no doubt that mezcal
The Mezcalistas family suffered a tremendous loss last week, the passing of our resident musical director, and very dear friend, Edgardo Santamaria, DJ EKG. From our humble beginnings of the Music.Art.Mezcal series at a gallery in San Francisco to our Pop-up Pulquerias, Lucha Libres, and Mexico in a Bottle events, Edgar was there, crafting a musical program that was literally the heartbeat that drove the energy and flow.
Man, San Diego is a real trip. Warm weather, curvy coastline, ravines running through the middle of town. Oh and amazing people who love mezcal. Suffice to say that our inaugural Mexico in a Bottle San Diego was a slamming success. We have to thank everyone involved but especially Bread & Salt for such an amazing location. There's an patio open to the sky as well as nooks and crannies filled with art. Here's a photo gallery for your delectation.
It’s that time of year again where we take the show on the road and bath the streets of Chicago with mezcal. We're so excited to be returning to Chop Shop on October 15th for year two of Mexico in a Bottle Chicago!
This year is particularly poignant given the event is happening in the wake of two devastating earthquakes in Mexico. For that reason, we are very pleased to be partnering with SACRED, a non-profit based in Chicago that works with mezcal producing communities to support community libraries, agave replanting projects, and water preservation.