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  • Feb192020

    Drink Up London: Gente de Mezcal at the Margarita Experiment

    A great profile piece by Drink Up London. We’re delighted to be participating at their sold out event, The Margarita…

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  • Mar292018

    The Guardian: Why mezcal – with a side of worm salt – is finally having its moment

    It’s vegan, gluten-free and backed by George Clooney – what more could you ask for? If you wind down the…

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  • Oct302016

    The Guardian: Mezcal’s meteoric rise continues, but not all industry insiders are ready to toast

    Mezcal is a cultural product that fulfills a social function within communities. It’s necessary to try to measure its immense…

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  • May102016
    Mom-and-pop mezcal makers are accusing regulators of trying to industrialize and standardize an artisanal activity, along with appropriating the name. Photograph: Omar Torres/AFP/Getty Images

    The Guardian: Don’t call it mezcal: Mexico may force artisanal producers to use a new name

    As the smoky liquor becomes mainstream, small mezcaleros are decrying new rules that would prohibit them from calling it by…

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  • Aug172014

    The Guardian: Mezcal: the mystical drink with its own culture and tradition

    Mexico produces just 2m litres of mezcal a year – less than 1% of the production of the country’s more…

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