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The Lost Explorer Mezcal

This celebration of sacred agave supports biodiversity and empowers sustainable Mexican enterprise

The Lost Explorer Mezcal
  • The world’s most awarded mezcal of 2021
  • A handcrafted spirit made from 100% agave cultivated in Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Sweet and herbaceous with hints of red apple and a mild smoky finish
  • Perfect for sipping or in re-imaged cocktails such as the mezcal negroni
  • A unique gift that comes in beautiful hand-labelled bottles made from recycled crystal

Celebrate the Earth and sip curiously, exploring the wonder and diversity of the sacred agave.

This small-batch mezcal has been crated to empower sustainable Mexican enterprise while protecting the ancient artisanal craft, heritage and biodiversity of Mexico.

The Lost Explorer Mezcal is handcrafted in the sun-soaked Valles Centrales, Oaxaca under the expertise of Maestro Mez-Calero Fortino Ramos and harvested in harmony with the elements.

Made from 100% agave, each small batch of mezcal is handcrafted with a sustainable approach that is deeply in tune with the rhythm of nature. The Espadín Agave grows for eight years before harvesting begins.

The approachable, welcoming aroma of Espadín will instantly transport you to the arid valleys of San Pablo Huixtepec where the Espadín grows.

This is a subtly sweet and herbaceous mezcal that is well balanced, with hints of sweet apple, ripe fruits and a mild smoky layer to finish. The award-winning Lost Explorer Mezcal Espadín comes in beautiful hand-labelled bottles made from over 55% recycled crystal scraps, sealed with a kiss of biodegradable natural beeswax.

The sweet smoke rests gently on the roof of your mouth before giving way to a gentle, lingering finish that caresses the mouth in an even warmth.

Aroma: Fresh herbs with hints of wood from the fire pit
Taste: Chopped agave, mesquite, sweet red apple, and ripe fruits
Finish: Smooth and fruity, with a slightly smoked wood finish on the palate

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