La Medida Bicuishe varies by release. Check your bottle for specific details.
Enmascarado 45 is the lower-ABV release from Enmascarado, which also has an Espadin that is bottled at 54% ABV.
Mala Idea Espadin Capon is handcrafted in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. It has nice aromas of candied oranges, fresh lemon, and grass.
Agave de Cortes Extra Anejo is aged for three years and eight months. This aging gives the mezcal it’s dark color and sweet flavor.
Gracias a Dios Tobala is made with 15-year old Tobalá that is distilled two times. It is vegetal and funky, with rubber notes of smoke and peat.
Pescador de Sueños Cuishe is earthy and rich in smoke. It has tasting notes of fresh flint, brown sugar, and crisp apples.
La Maliciosa Ensamble is a blend of agave Mexicano, Espadin, Arroqueño, and Tobala. This mix gives this mezcal a unique character and taste.
Enmascarado 54 is the higher-ABV release from Enmascarado, which also has an Espadin that is bottled at 45% ABV.
Mala Idea Anejo has aromas of honey, caramel, and toasted wood. It’s aged in American White Oak barrels for five years after distillation.
The Mezcal Amaras Espadin Reposado is soft-bodied with amber and bright gold tones bright. It has a scent of warm wood.
La Nina del Mezcal Madrecuixe is made with wild agave Madrecuixe in Santiago Matatlan by mezcalero Armando Hernandez Lorenzo.
Pescador de Sueños Cuishito is made with the rare and unclassified agave Cuishito in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca.
La Maliciosa Espadin is produced using traditional techniques in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. It’s balanced and velvety on the palate.
Mal Bien describes this Espadin as their everyday sipper, and the “gateway mezcal” they offer friends who are just becoming familiar with mezcal.
Erstwhile Tepeztate-Tobalá Ensamble Mezcal in Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca. This 50/50 ensamble is Tepeztate forward with notes of pear, peppercorn and minerals balanced by soft caramel notes of the Tobalá.
Cruz de Fuego Cirial is produced by Carlos Mendez Blas and Margarita Blas at their palenque in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca.
La Nina del Mezcal Pechuga is a small batch mezcal made in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. Like most other Pechuga mezcals, this is triple distilled.
Pescador de Sueños Madre Cuishe is earthy and rich in smoke. It has notes of flint, brown sugar, and mackintosh apple.
La Maliciosa Pechuga is a traditional triple-distilled mezcal from Santiago Matatlan. The La Maliciosa company considers this “God’s Sweetest Selection.”