Mezcales de Leyenda announced the expansion of its growing artisanal mezcal line with two new expressions sourced from Agave in two different Mexican states, Puebla and San Luis Potosi.

With this introduction, Mezcales de Leyenda now offers five different mezcals, from five different regions, using five different types of agave plants, all of which are certified USDA Organic and Fair Trade Certified; the only brand to carry such designations.

The two new expressions join Mezcales de Leyenda’s current offerings, which consist of premium mezcals produced in Oaxaca, Durango, and Guerrero. Each mezcal is formed by long-time mezcal crafters using the traditional and sustainable methods that are specific to each region. 

“Each of these makers has created a mezcal that preserve the time-honored processes from harvest to distillation, succeeding in maintaining the craftsmanship and integrity of true mezcal,” said the company in a press release.

“As a Mezcal that was founded in Mexico and is also owned by Mexicans, we feel tremendous pride that we are able to pay homage to our rich heritage by sharing and highlighting these expressions from different regions,” said Danny Mena, co-founder of Mezcales de Leyenda.

MexicoNow

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