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Convite Mezcal Coyote bottle
Convite Mezcal

Convite Mezcal Coyote

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$172.00

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Produced from 12 year old wild Coyote agaves, considered the rarest and most scared of all the mezcal agaves. This premium Mezcal is produced at a single palenque in the village of  San Baltazar Guelavila, located in Oaxaca.  This mezcal is cooked in an underground stone oven, ground with a tahona stone, and naturally fermented in wood vats before being double distilled in a copper pot.   

Bottle Size: 750ml

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

  • White Pepper

    The palate has a burst of white pepper.
  • Floral

    Notes of delicate flowers appear on the nose and mid palate.
  • Fresh Herbs

    Herbaceous notes balance out this mezcal creating an unmatched sensorial experience.

"Coyote, the rarest of the mezcal agaves."


Origins

Convite Mezcal is rooted in the Oaxacan cultural traditions of bringing people together through food and drink: Named for a Oaxacan colloquialism that roughly translates to “invitation to feast,” this artisanal mezcal pays homage to its native heritage – from the generations-old production methods that create this premium mezcal, to the design of its premium bottles evoking a “cántaros de barro negro,” or a traditional black clay pot that historically stored mezcal.

Explore more of THE MAKING OF CONVITE MEZCAL

Master Mezcalero Tucho Hernandez shares the making of Convite Mezcal and his hometown of San Baltazar Guelavila.