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We rode the bus from Tlacolula, got off on Teotitlan’s main town entrance. Crossed the highway and visited this establishment. You can get a tour of how mezcal is made (really informative). Once the tour is done you can then sample the various liquor. We...More
It's a good little Mezcal distillery that I went to as part of a Mitla Full Day tour through Lescas Co tours.
They take you through the process which is a little more traditional than the process they use in the bigger tequila plants but...More
We visited here on a tour which "cleverly" brought us here before lunch. Our guide was funny and informative. tHe mescal tasting was fun and generous which of course helped to loosen the pocketbook. Oh well all in good fun and business.
Interesting little Mescal factory stop, the young man took us through all the steps on how it's made and at end, at the bar, the free samples did pour. My girl friend bought a bottle or two, and she and the rest of the bus...More
Allow up to an hour for the free tour and tasting. Our guide, Freddy, spoke very good English and was very knowledgeable and passionate about the mezcal factory and processing. It was very interesting to see the whole process in action from the plant in...More
We had a 3-5 minute talk on how to make Mezcal before the lady started pouring samples for us to taste! Whilst the samples were excellent it would have been great to know a bit more about the process.
You could try any mezcal you...More
We were divided into 2 groups, English and Spanish..I went with the Spanish group as always! We were given a lesson in how mezcal is made. It is different than tequila in that it has a kind of smoky taste because of the way the...More
We stopped at this place on our way back to Oaxaca from Hierve el Agua. I'm glad we did as we tried the different Mezcal versions which are based from different Agave plants. Even though I'm more a Tequila guy, this tour was fantastic. The...More