Mezcal Koch Maguey Arroqueno - 47.13 %
och Arroqueno is made with wild maguey Arroqueno (agave Americana). Typically, this agave can take up to 20 years to mature, before it is pit roasted in a traditional fashion. Given the length of time needed to grow this elegant agave, sustainability of Arroqueno has become a big issue. The Koch Arroqueno is made by Adrian Bautista in Rio de Ejutla, Oaxaca. This mezcal has high fruity notes with hints of earth and herbs, clay and smoke.
Mezcal Koch Maguey Barril - 47.06 %
Any certified mezcal will state the scientific plant name using the term Agave, while the common name that is used in the community and by the producer is listed as Maguey. For example, Maguey espadin is an Agave angustifolia.
Mezcal Koch Maguey Espadin (San Baltazar) - 47.08%
Koch Espadin is made with 100% farm-grown agave Espadin in San Baltazar. This mezcal is made by mezcalero Pedro Hernandez. It has sweet, fruity tones and a light taste of coconut mixed with herbs and spices. Koch has another Espadin produced in Rio de Ejutla by Lucio Bautista.
Mezcal Koch Maguey Tabasiche - 47.10 %
Maguey tobasiche (or tobaziche) is an Agave karwinskii. Depending on region, the names tobaziche and largo may be referring to the same plant.
Mezcal Koch Mexicano- 47.53 %
Maguey mexicano (Agave rhodacantha) is also known as “dobadaan” in some regions, which is its local name in Zapotec. Though exact numbers are unknown, some speculate that there are seven or more sub-varieties of Maguey Mexicano that each produce different characteristics in mezcal. Some of those include Maguey mexicano penca larga, mexicano penca corta, mexicano liso, chontal, and amarillo grande. Many of these sub-varietals are very different looking plants.
Mezcal San Cosme
San Cosme is an artisanal Mezcal, made out of 100% Espadin agave. We gathered the best of Mexico, to share it with the world.
Mezcal San Cosme Artesano 01
This is a mezcal that features the first limited edition of a new product line of predominantly wild-grown agaves. The available agave quantities are quite limited, which can be explained by seasonal fluctuations and the local growers, who supply their wild agave to the distillery. Thus, this mezcal reveals itself with a clear colour, wood and citrus flavours, wrapped in touches of smoke, leather, and grass.