Made from Blue Weber agave in the Mexican states of Guanajuato, Michoacán, Nayarit, Tamaulipas, and most famously Jalisco.
Mezcal & Other Agave Spirits
Made from 30+ different agave types in 13 Mexican states, most of which is made in Oaxaca. The agaves are roasted in an earthen pit oven over hot rocks and coals.
A clear neutral spirit that can be made from anything containing starch or sugar, though it is most often made from grains such as wheat, corn, rye, or potatoes.
A neutral spirit that is infused with juniper and various seeds, roots, fruits, and berries commonly referred to as botanicals.
A grain spirit aged in wood barrels that is made all around the world.
Typically made from fermented sugar cane molasses, though there are other sugar cane distillates such as rhum agricole and cachaca that are made from fermented pressed sugar cane juice.
Can be made from any fermented fruit, but grapes are most commonly used.
A sweetened alcoholic beverage made either by mixing or redistilling a spirit with fruit, herbs, botanicals, or other flavoring ingredients.