The word “Bozal” is derived from Spanish and means something like “to be wild and untamed”. This is exactly the translation used to describe the still wild growing agave species and their traditional production. The agaves grow mostly on steep slopes in the Mexican regions of Oaxaca, Guerrero and Durango.
Bozal Espadín-Barril-Mexicano ENSAMBLE Mezcal
This tequila reveals a slightly smoky yet herbal undertone on the palate. This is accompanied by citrus and floral notes, with a finish that is warm and marked by viscosity. This is a light and easy to sip mezcal that will delight and surprise you with its complex, lingering finish.
Bozal Single Maguey CUISHE Mezcal
Characterized by intense citrus and strong minerality, rich tropical fruits transition to flavors of sweet potato on the palate. In the mouth follow slightly grassy notes and a dry, smoky finish. Overall, a complex flavor profile that proves very enjoyable.
Bozal Single Maguey TEPEZTATE Mezcal
The agaves for this tequila ripen on the steep, rocky cliffs. On the nose, the tequila is accompanied by grapefruit zest, orange blossom and pine. Flavors of fresh flowers, white pepper and minerals are highlighted on the palate, with distinct notes of spice on the finish.
Bozal Single Maguey TOBASICHE Mezcal
The Tobasiche, a subspecies of the Karwinskii agave, is a wild agave that takes up to thirteen years to fully mature. This agave is typically characterized by a delicate herbaceous aroma and an earthy finish. With an unconventionally sweet nose, this mezcal exudes hints of quince, anise and strong minerality. This bouquet is complemented by rich herbal aromatics on the finish.