Bruxo Mezcal

Oaxaca
5 Bottles
Bruxo Mezcal, a brand born out of a group of friends' love for Mexico and its magic, offers a unique take on traditional mezcal. Their No. 2 Pechuga de Maguey,… Read more

Reviews

1 Review
3/5
January 18, 2024
Pretty okay

It’s very smoky, but it’s not as good as many mezcals I’ve tried. Good for a regular drink or for a cocktail, but nothing fancy

56 Reviews
5/5
October 23, 2023
Pretty impressive

We picked up a bottle of number 4 and number 3 here in Oaxaca for a side-by-side comparison. For the price (~$45) we were pretty impressed. I found No. 4 to be a bit smoother and more tasty than the more expensive No. 3. This is an easy decision at the price point.

56 Reviews
4/5
August 23, 2023
Not bad for the price

Maybe a bit better as a cocktail mezcal…but it’ll do as a sipper when you’re in a pinch.

10 Reviews
3/5
July 21, 2023
Nice and strong

I personally like to drink them in cocktails, I guess the way it was prepared didnt help.

1 Review
4/5
April 23, 2023
Smoky and nice

This is a solid espadin. Smoky and citrusy. For its rather accessible price, this is definitely a better one. It’s a recurring guest in my home mezcal selection

Bruxo Mezcal

Bruxo Mezcal, a brand born out of a group of friends' love for Mexico and its magic, offers a unique take on traditional mezcal. Their No. 2 Pechuga de Maguey, for instance, is not your typical Pechuga. Instead of using the traditional chicken breast, they infuse the mezcal with freshly roasted agave hearts, giving it a rich, sweet flavor with a hint of smokiness. The brand's name, Bruxo, is a nod to the wisdom and illumination associated with shamans, reflecting their deep respect for the lands of Oaxaca and Mexico. Each bottle of Bruxo may vary slightly, showcasing the brand's commitment to artisanal production and the unique character of each batch.

Oaxaca