Mezcal is a type of Mexican spirit that is made from the agave plant. It is named after the town of Mezcal, located in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico.

Mezcal has a rich and complex flavor profile, with notes of smoke, earth, and pepper, as well as a distinct "agave" flavor that is characteristic of the agave plant. The flavor of mezcal can vary depending on the type of agave used, the production process, and the aging process. Each month, you'll get to try a different type of mezcal, from smooth and refined joven mezcals to rich and complex añejo mezcals. You'll also learn about the unique flavors and aromas of each mezcal, and how to best enjoy them.

Mezcal is typically enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or mixed in cocktails. It is a versatile spirit that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, and is often used in classic cocktails such as the Mezcal Margarita and the Mezcal Paloma. Our tasting notes will provide you with all the information you need to fully appreciate the nuances of each mezcal, from the type of agave used to the production process and the specific flavors and aromas to expect. And with the included cocktail recipe, you'll be able to enjoy your mezcal in the most delicious and creative ways possible.

Overall, mezcal is a flavorful and distinct spirit with a rich history and tradition. It is a beloved drink that is enjoyed by mezcal aficionados and cocktail enthusiasts alike.