Welcome to the world of Alipus San Andres Mezcal, where tradition and craftsmanship come together to create a truly exceptional spirit. This mezcal is produced in the picturesque village of San Andres, located in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. With its rich history and dedication to preserving traditional methods, Alipus San Andres offers a mezcal experience like no other.
Discover the Authentic Flavor
Alipus San Andres Mezcal is made from 100% Espadin agave, which is harvested by hand and cooked in underground pits. This traditional method gives the mezcal its distinctive smoky flavor and aroma. The cooked agave is then crushed using a stone mill and fermented in wooden vats, allowing the natural flavors to develop.
After fermentation, the mezcal is double distilled in copper stills, resulting in a smooth and balanced spirit. The final product is a testament to the skill and expertise of the master mezcaleros who have been perfecting their craft for generations.
Unleash Your Senses
When you take a sip of Alipus San Andres Mezcal, you will be transported to the rugged landscapes of Oaxaca. The smoky notes intertwine with hints of citrus and earthy undertones, creating a complex and captivating flavor profile. Each sip is a journey of discovery, as the mezcal reveals its layers of depth and character.
Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in a cocktail, Alipus San Andres Mezcal is sure to delight your senses and leave a lasting impression. Its versatility makes it a perfect choice for both mezcal enthusiasts and those new to the world of agave spirits.
Experience the Tradition
Alipus San Andres Mezcal is not just a spirit; it is a celebration of Mexican culture and tradition. The production process honors the ancient techniques passed down through generations, ensuring that each bottle is a true representation of the region’s heritage.
By choosing Alipus San Andres, you are supporting the local community and contributing to the preservation of traditional mezcal production. Every sip is a toast to the hard work and dedication of the mezcaleros who continue to keep this ancient craft alive.