Mezcal has four different classifications: joven, reposado, añejo & extra añejo
Mezcal's production is still very traditional, with recipes passed down through generations and produced without electricity.
As per legends, Mezcal was initially made when a lightning bolt struck an agave plant, opening and cooking it.
Mezcal can be made from over 30 types of agave, but the most popular is the Maguey Espadin.
Drinking mezcal has grown from a ritualistic regional tradition to become one of the most popular drinks in Mexico.
Many say the name "mezcal" comes from the Nahuatl word mexcalli, meaning "cooked maguey".
Mezcal Creyente is based on a philosophy that anything is possible, reflected in its pursuit to create an unbelievable new mezcal blend