Mezcal Artesanal Fronterizo

Mezcal Artesanal Fronterizo Oxaca

Mezcal Artesanal Fronterizo Oaxaca

Is produced with the Angustifolia agave, also known as Espadin. The agave name comes from the Latin meaning "narrow" describing its leaves shape. Agave Espadin is native to Oaxaca, and it grows on soil that is very rich in minerals and nutrients, transforming the agave of at least 8-years old to create the perfect Mezcal. It has tomato leaf, Thai basil, and fresh turmeric root aroma with hints of smoke and a smooth finish on the palate.

Content: 750 ml, and 1750 ml

Mezcal Aresanal Fronterizo Durango

Mezcal Artesanal Fronterizo Durango

Is produced with the Salmiana agave variety, cultivated in the Sierra Madre Occidental that crosses the State of Durango, Mexico. This agave is a plant of the succulent family that grows in a rosette, with large, erect leaves. These leaves are thick, dark green with a large tip at the apex and thorns at the edges. It has candied citrus, peppers, and gentle floral aroma with hints of jalapeno smoke and light creaminess on the palate.

Content: 750 ml, and 1750 ml

Mezcal Artesanal Fronterizo Guerrero

El Mezcal Artesanal Fronterizo Guerrero

Is produced with the Cupreata agave variety, which grows near coastal areas where the climate provides the delicate notes that are savored as soon as it tastes on the palate. It is called the “Papalote” (Kite) agave, and it is traditional from Guerrero. Its outstanding characteristic is its copper-colored thorns, hence the origin of its name. It has citric, peppers, and herbal aroma with hints of smoke and citric finish on the palate.

Content: 750 ml, and 1750 ml