Brand Bozal Mezcal
State Oaxaca
City Sola de Vega
Agave Americana
Maguey Coyote
Distillation Clay Pot
ABV 52.80%
Type Joven
Grind Tahona

Bozal Mezcal, with its roots in the rugged terrains of Oaxaca, Guerrero, and Durango, offers a sip of wild authenticity. The brand's name, "Bozal", captures its essence, meaning "wild" or "untamed", a nod to the wild agaves they meticulously source from these regions' untouched landscapes. These agaves, taking anywhere from 7 to 19 years to mature, are hand-harvested and processed using age-old traditions. They're cooked in earthen pits, crushed by stone tahona wheels, and undergo open-air fermentation. Sustainability is at Bozal's core; for every maguey used, two are replanted. Plus, a slice of their earnings aids local communities. Bozal's simple but iconic bottle design make their mezcals stand out on every shelf.

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10 Reviews
April 16, 2024
1 Review
February 7, 2024
Solid sipper.

It’s smooth and has this cool, kind of herbal taste to it. It’s easy to drink without too much complication.

56 Reviews
December 11, 2023
Earthy, smoky

I had a chance to sip the Coyote in a mezcaleria while I was in Oaxaca in 2023. Slight notes of smoke, slightly earthy and metallic. I like it, but probably wouldn’t import a bottle.

35 Reviews
August 21, 2023
First coyote

I get lots of fruit and vegetal here, nice spice finish. Good amount of smoke, not too much so it doesn’t overpower the more subtle flavors. You can taste the clay quite a lot, but in a good way. I didn’t have a lot of coyotes before, but that one is a good start!

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