EXPLORE THE FLAVORS OF MEXICO
MEZCAL ADVENT CALENDAR
For the ultimate agave enthusiast, we offer a one-of-a-kind advent calendar that includes twenty-four 200ml rare and limited edition mezcal offerings, two proprietary tasting copitas, and two tealight candles to be lit in reverence to mezcaleros and their craft on the final day of the calendar. We invite you to join us each day for the first twenty-four days of December as we taste our way through Oaxaca, Durango, and Guerrero, unveiling each unique mezcal offering.
As we close out this special tasting journey and our 2022 Bozal Advent Calendar, we taste a Single Maguey Lamparillo crafted by Juan Manuel Conde in the town of Nombre de Dios.
With just two days left, we unveil a special offering with a Chino Verde from our Reserva Tier, crafted by Anayeli Navarro in the town of San José Río Minas.
On day twenty-two, we unveil a Borrego from our Sacrificio Tier crafted by Adrian and Lucio Bautista in Río de Ejutla.
As we approach the end of our tasting journey, we unveil a Single Maguey Tepeztate crafted by Uriel Perez from San Martin de los Cansecos.
A special and rare new offering for day twenty with Ensamble de 8, crafted by Onofre Ortiz in Miahuatlan, Oaxaca.
With only a few days left, we share a new Bozal offering with an Arroqueño from our Reserva Tier crafted by Anjel Cruz in Sola de Vega.
A new Bozal offering for day eighteen, we unveil a Masparillo from our Reserva Tier crafted by Juan Manuel Conde in Nombre de Dios.
Crafted by Juan Manuel Conde in Nombre de Dios, on day seventeen we taste a Single Maguey Verde.
On day sixteen, we taste a Single Maguey Sacatoro crafted by Ulises Vazquez in Escuchapa, Guerrero.
A current Bozal Mezcal offering, for day fifteen we taste a Single Maguey Cenizo crafted by Juan Manuel Conde in Nombre de Dios, Durango.
For day fourteen, we unveil a Castilla from our Reserva Tier crafted by Juan Manuel Conde in Nombre de Dios, Durango.
A new mezcal offering to share on day thirteen as we taste a Tepemete crafted by Juan Manuel Conde in Nombre de Dios, Durango.
Reaching the halfway point, on day twelve we taste a Jamón Ibérico crafted by Adrian and Lucio Bautista in Río de Ejutla.
A new offering for Bozal as we taste a Single Maguey Cupreata crafted by Ulises Vasquez in Escuchapa, Guerrero on day eleven.
An extremely rare and exceptional batch, we taste a Jabalí crafted in the ancestral style by Mama Lucha in Sola de Vega on day ten.
A special offering for day nine of our calendar, we taste our Guías de Calabaza from our Sacrificio Tier, crafted by Adrian and Lucio Bautista in Río de Ejutla.
On day eight, we unveil a Single Maguey Cuishe crafted by Héctor Savaleta in Zochitlan Río Seco.
On day seven, we taste another Tobalá from our Reserva Tier crafted by Isidro Damian in Sola de Vega.
An extremely rare and limited new release for Bozal, for day six we share a Tobalá at still proof, crafted by Angel Cruz in Sola de Vega.
Join us as we unveil our mezcal offering for day five with an Ensamble blend crafted by Marcelino and Onofre Ortiz in the towns of Etla and Miahuatlan.
Crafted by Adrian and Lucio Bautista in the town of Río de Ejutla, we taste a Single Maguey Tobasiche on the fourth day.
Welcome to day three as we taste a Single Maguey Madrecuishe, crafted by Onofre Ortiz in the town of Miahuatlan, Oaxaca.
On day 2, we explore a new offering for Bozal Mezcal with a Cenizo made in the Ancestral production style by Juan Manuel Conde in the town of Nombre de Dios.
Join August Sebastiani for the inaugural first day of the 2022 Bozal Advent Calendar as he tastes a Pechuga sourced from Río de Ejutla, crafted by the Bautista Family.