La Medida Arroqueno varies by release. Check your bottle for specific details.
Marca Negra Arroqueno is made by master Mezcalero Alberto Ortiz in very small batches that are typically limited to around 300 bottles.
Koch Arroqueno is made with 100% wild agave Arroqueno. This mezcal has high fruity notes with hints of earth and herbs, clay and smoke.
Pescador de Sueños Arroqueno has notes of bright and herbal roasted agave with sweet fruity flavors and a full mouthfeel.
La Maliciosa Ensamble is a blend of agave Mexicano, Espadin, Arroqueño, and Tobala. This mix gives this mezcal a unique character and taste.
Siete Misterios Arroqueno is produced using clay pot distillation and all of the milling is done by hand, making this a truly artisinal creation.
Real Minero Arroqueno is made with agave Arroqueno, which can take upwards of 20 years to mature. This Mezcal is made sustainably in very small batches.
Rey Campero Arroqueno can be hard to find outside of Mexico. The limited quantities of this agave, means that only small batches can be made.
Rezpiral Arroqueno is made by Reina Sanchez. She is well known throughout the region as one of the more unique distillers in all of Oaxaca.
Mezcalero No. 14 is made from agave Arroqueno, and the clay pot distillation that is used in production softens the Arroqueno’s intensity.
Mezcalero No. 9 was made with semi-wild agave Arroqueño from three neighboring clay-pot distilleries in Potrero de Sola de Vega.
Mezcalero No. 20 is a small-batch limited release made in the tiny town of El Potrero, near Sola de Vega, Oaxaca. Like all Mezcalero releases, this is a one-time bottling so grab a taste while you can.
Erstwhile Arroqueño Mezcal in Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca. This mezcal has aromas of perfume, spices, and burnt orange. On the palate, there are notes of green plantain and citrus.
Alipus Destilado en Barro is a very special Mezcal. This Mezcal is distilled in clay pots, which is typical of this region of Oaxaca.
The Del Maguey Arroqueno is a limited special edition made from giant semi-wild, agave Arroqueño. The maker dedicated this Mezcal to Thor Heyerdahl.
Vago Arroqueno en Barro is distilled in small clay pots in Sola de Vega. This process gives the mezcal a smooth texture and strong notes of wet clay.
Don Amado Arroqueno is very smokey with lots of earthy notes. It’s smooth and very easy to drink. This is a great agave from a reputable palenque.
Papadiablo Arroqueno is limited as the batches can only be made in small quantities due to the limited availability of the agave Arroqueno.
El Jolgorio Arroqueno is made in small batches so they can keep the production sustainable while conserving younger wild agave plants.