Wahaka Mezcal
Oaxaca, Mexico

Wahaka Mezcal is one of the only mezcal brands whose agave fields are exclusively owned by our partners and shareholders, a sharp contrast to many other brands that often outsource the production of their product. The estate-farmed Espadin agave is harvested
after ten years of maturity. It takes 25 days to produce 1,000 litres of Wahaka Mezcal.

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JOVEN ESPADIN – Made from estate-farmed Espadin (agave angustifolia) harvested from plateaus and low mountain sides, 80 proof. Awards: 2012 International Review of Spirits — Gold Medal — 93 out of 100 — Exceptional

REPOSADO CON GUSANO – Same as the Joven Espadin except that it is aged for 4-6 months in a re-charred American oak barrel with the addition of the agave worm. 80 proof. Awards: 2012 International Review of Spirits — Gold Medal — 93 out of 100 — Exceptional

MEZCAL JOVEN TOBALA- Wild Tobala Agave is harvested from highland in the mountain terrain at altitudes of 1,700 — 2,600 meters above sea level after 12 years of growth. 84 proof. Awards: 2012 International Review of Spirits — Gold Medal — 94 out of 100 — Exceptional

JOVEN MADRE CUISHE – Wild grown Madre Cuishe agave harvested after 12 years in the Lowlands in an arid terrain at altitudes of 900 — 2,000 meters above sea level. 84 proof. Awards: 2012 International Review of Spirits — Gold Medal — 95 out of 100 — Exceptional

JOVEN ENSAMBLE – Joven Ensamble is a pure blend of Espadin (50%), Madre Cuishe (25%), and Tobala (25%) agaves that are cooked, fermented, and distilled together. 80 proof. Awards: 2012 International Review of Spirits — Gold Medal — 95 out of 100 — Exceptional

Wahaka Mezcal Espadín Botaniko and Manzanita – While most pechugas are distilled with fowl or other meats suspended within the alembic, maestro mezcalero Beto Morales eschews this tradition, instead preferring to use herbs or fruits for his special vegan-friendly spirits. These are part of a few hundred bottle per release limited series. 90 proof

Wahaka Vino De Mezcal These special Mezcals fund Fundación Agaves Silvestres, a non-profit dedicated to the reforestation of wild agaves in Oaxaca, Mexico. (The worldwide demand for wild agaves is outpacing their natural ability to reproduce.) These are extremely small production runs of about 60-80 litres from all over Mexico.

*Subject to current availability

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