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Wednesday, July 20 • 10:30am - 12:30pm
Tianguis de Bebidas Mexicanas presented by Montelobos, Don Fulano, Fortaleza, Arette, Wahaka, Heavy Metl, Back Bar Project, Ilegal, Pierde Almas, Mestizo Mezcal, Mezcal Tosba and Sotol Hacienda

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Experience Mexico through a traditional Mexican Spirits tasting. Tequila from the Bajío, Southern Mexico´s Mezcal and Sotol from the Northern region. Join us on a journey that reflects the culture and traditions of Mexico.

Brands featured: Mezcal Wahaka, Montelobos, Rey Campero, Real Minero, Mezcalósfera, Nuestra Soledad, El Jolgorio, Pierde Almas, Ilegal Mezcal, Tequila Fortaleza, Don Fulano, Sotol Por Siempre, Hacienda de Chihuahua, Ancho Reyes, Arette Tequila, Los Danzantes, Mestizo Mezcal, and Mezcal Tosba.

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Ancho Reyes

Ancho Reyes | El auténtico y original licor de chile ancho. | | Ancho Reyes® es un licor hecho a partir del extraordinario chile ancho, inspirado en una receta de los años 20´s, originaria de la ciudad de Puebla de Zaragoza. | | Ancho Reyes® es un repaso de sabor en las tradiciones, costumbres y cultura de México, al olfato entrega notas a chiles secos, canela, cacao, tamarindo, madera húmeda y... Read More →
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Ricardo Pico

Brand Ambassador, Sotol Hacienda de Chihuahua
Brand Ambassador for Sotol Hacienda de Chihuahua. Sotol and Mexican Spirits enthusiast and explorer.
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William Scanlan III

Chief Mezcalhead, Heavy Metl Premium Imports
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Yira Vallejo

Social and Cultural Projects, Mezcal Pierde Almas
From NY to Oaxaca. From an executive position to a job that allows me to develop cultural and social projects for craft mezcal producing villages. Extensive experience in craft brand development and sales. I am excited to be part of the Pierde Almas family at this important juncture in the history of mezcal. It’s been a long journey - from Mexico to NY and back - and the bicultural experience and acquisition of business tools has enriched my... Read More →


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