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The Mezcal El Tinieblo Reposado is an ensemble of Espadin and Salmiana, two of the most treasured agave varieties in mezcal, aged in Kentucky Bourbon barrels for up to 11 months and bottled in unique hand blown glass. Mezcal El Tinieblo is an ultra premium mezcal handcrafted in the state of Tamaulipas at Rancho El Tinieblo, our family’s 9,000 acre ranch and wildlife preserve where we grow and distill our agave.
Each plant is carefully grown with zero pesticides, insecticides, and harmful chemicals. As it takes at least 20 years for one plant to mature, for every one harvested, we plant 25 more. Under the guidance of our maestro mezcalero, we identify and harvest the best and ripest maguey, the base that will ensure each batch will result in a refined mezcal. Cooking maguey is a social and committed 24 hour process that brings everyone from the ranch together around the open-pit fire to watch the roasting of the piñas over wood, rocks and earth. This whole process is done on our ranch so we can ensure our quality. Ritual dictates mezcal to be sipped leisurely in good company, served with orange slices and handmade Sal de Guzano (insect-based salts). Mezcal is for sacred consumption. Excess is a profanity.
Bottle Size: 750ml
Please Drink Responsibly.
Shipping & Delivery
This product is only available for delivery in the following states: California, Colorado, New Hampshire.California Residents: for Proposition 65 WARNING
Please allow up to 10 business days for custom engraving and order processing prior to shipment. Orders will ship as soon as possible after engraving is completed.
Location of engraving on the bottle is at the discretion of our engravers and cannot be modified.
ScentHoney, wood, tobacco smoke and campfire.
FlavorChamomile hints and earthy-undertones with a complex vanilla sweetness.
“At Rancho El Tinieblo, we plant, grow, and harvest all of the maguey used in the creation of our small-batch mezcal. Each expression is carefully made using methods passed down through generations of our family and honoring the tradition of mezcal.”
|2 oz.||El Tinieblo Reposado|
|2 oz.||coconut water|
|1/2 oz.||simple syrup|
|2 dashes||angostura bitters|
- With a gas torch, burn a barrel block for approximately one minute.
- Remove the torch and cover the wood block with a glass to capture the smoke.
- In a large shaker combine the contents and stir.
- With a cocktail strainer, pour the contents into he Smokey glass with fresh ice.
- Finish with flamed orange slice and garnish with orange peel.