Alipus contains a series of mezcals from Espadin agave selected and bottled by the Los Danzantes distillery. It comes from the will. to preserve and conserve the role of the mezcalero and his family in their territory so that the production of mezcal continues to be the activity. family of the masters of Oaxaca. Each edition takes its name from the village in which it is distilled and is an expression of the terroir, of how geographical agents interfere with fermentation and of how each individual master interprets distillation. Joel Cruz of San Juan, Baltazar Cruz Gomez of San Luis, Hernandez Melchor of Santa Ana, Cosme and Hirilo Hernandez of San Baltazar are the masters who select the agaves, cook them in underground stone ovens, grind them with wheels pulled by horses on stone floor, let the fermentation develop naturally and, finally, distill in traditional copper stills. The whole process takes place in the villages where their families have lived for entire generations. Los Danzantes' research is limited to only mezcals from Espadin agaves grown in order to limit to zero the environmental cost resulting from the continuous selection of wild maguey. A 20% use of Arroqueno agaves is expected only in the case of Mezcal distilled in Olla de Barro by Don Felix Garcia in San Miguel.

 ALCOHOL: 47.9%


 TYPE: Mezcal

 ORIGIN: Mexico