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Mezcal Vago Elote Aquilino Garcia

Mezcal Vago Elote Aquilino Garcia (700ml / 49.9%)

$167.48
Vago Elote from Aquilino Garcia Lopez has a nose full of smoky toasted corn and dry river stones. The body is sweet with wood tones and layers of honeycomb, green...
Mezcal Vago Ensamble Emigdio Jarquin (700ml / 50.8%)

Mezcal Vago Ensamble Emigdio Jarquin (700ml / 50.8%)

$210.00
The Vago Ensamble with a blue label comes from Emigdio Jarquín Ramírez in Miahuatlan, Oaxaca. While Vago has produced Ensamble en Barro from Tio Rey for many years, and a few...
Mezcal Vago Ensamble en Barro Tio Rey (700ml / 49.5%)

Mezcal Vago Ensamble en Barro Tio Rey (700ml / 49.5%)

$210.00$199.95
Vago Ensamble de Barro is from Sola de Vega is an Ancestral mezcal made using hand maceration and clay pot distillation. It has a soft bouquet of pine needles and...
Mezcal Vago Espadin Emigdio Jarquin (700ml / 50.86%)

Mezcal Vago Espadin Emigdio Jarquin (700ml / 50.86%)

$159.99
Vago Espadin from maestro mezcalero Emigdio Jarquin Ramirez is produced in Miahuatlan, Oaxaca. The maguey Espadin (agave Angustifolia) used in this mezcal is crushed by tahona and distilled in a...
Mezcal Vago Madrecuishe Emigdio Jarquin (700ml / 50.8%)

Mezcal Vago Madrecuishe Emigdio Jarquin (700ml / 50.8%)

$220.00
Vago Madre Cuixe from maestro mezcalero Emigdio Jarquin is produced in Miahuatlan, Oaxaca. The maguey Madre Cuixe (agave Karwinskii) used in this mezcal is crushed by tahona and distilled in...
Mezcal Vago Tobala (700ml / 50.86%)

Mezcal Vago Tobala Emigdio Jarquin (700ml / 50.86%)

$269.99
Vago Tobala from maestro mezcalero Emigdio Jarquin is produced in Miahuatlan, Oaxaca. The maguey Tobala (agave Potatorum) used in this mezcal is crushed by tahona and distilled in a copper...

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Mezcal Vago began when co-founder Judah Kuper visited a hospital in Oaxaca, Mexico. He fell in love with the nurse who treated him. Her father, Aquilino Garcia, was a sustenance farmer who also produced mezcal. Judah and Aquilino, along with Judah’s long-time friend Dylan Sloan, launched Mezcal Vago. In 2013, their first exported bottles arrived in Texas. Each of their mezcals is produced naturally in a traditional palenque with no additives. The brand aims to empower both the master craftsmen with a celebration of his art. Also the consumer by giving them the knowledge they need to find a great mezcal. The brand plants 3 agaves for each single agave they harvest. Their goal is to end the use wild agave by 2025 for most of their releases.
In 2017, Mezcal Vago began using different colour labels for their different mezcaleros. Emigdio Jarquin (blue label) distils in copper with refrescador. Aquilino and Joel Barriga (tan and gold labels respectively) distil in copper. Tio Rey (red label) distils in clay pots. All their mezcaleros use different water sources and make different distillation cuts. In 2018, Mezcal Vago established an investment partnership with Samson and Surrey. With the new partnership, each Mezcal Vago mezcalero has a stake in Samson and Surrey.
In 2021, Mezcal Vago went through its first major brand redesign since their launch in 2013.