Brand Bozal Mezcal
State Oaxaca
City San Luis Amatlan
Agave Karwinskii
Maguey Cuishe
Distillation Copper
ABV 47%
Type Joven
Bozal Cuixe

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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1 Review
January 18, 2024
Pretty goodd

unique taste, can’t even explain why exactly, but I haven’t tasted that particular flavor in mezcal before. Kind of earthy and a little bit spicy. It’s different from others but in a good way.

42 Reviews
December 18, 2023
Strong smoke profile

When I think of the flavor profile inexperienced Americans expect when they first think of mezcal, this is it. There’s a really strong, smoky, ashy initial nose to it. The flavor has a bit of an artificial feel to it, like what you would get from artificial sweetener. At the price point, I’d probably pass next time.

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