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Andrea was extremely knowledgeable about mezcal from Guerrero, their regional cuisine and their cultural importance. She provides a very unique experience - providing an ever changing roster of mescales paired with Guerrerense pozole, cheese, guacamole in a home tucked away from the exciting bustle of Coyoacán among a lush garden. Thank you Andrea, the food and mezcal were delicious and you were so fun, friendly and informative! - Gaby Guerra, Kingsville, ON.
This was a one-of-a-kind experience in Mexico City and would recommend it to anyone visiting! I've enjoyed mezcal for some time, but learning about different types of mezcal, the production, the agave plant, the significance of the jaguar, Guerrero... all of it, was so special and well worth the evening. - Colby Karzen, Los Angeles, CA.
We had such a wonderful time with Andrea - it was truly the highlight of my time in Mexico City. I seek experiences that are authentic and local when visiting a new place: I want to get to know what it is people love about their home, and delve into the passions and crafts that make the places I visit so beautiful and special. Andrea was just that: she is an incredible and inspiring female entrepreneur, and her product embodies that spirit in such a unique and wonderful way. Tasting in her living room truly felt like sitting with an old friend over a delicious cocktail, and I'm so glad we found her! - Rachel Tobias, San Francisco, CA.
The tasting with Andrea was incredible! She is generous, informative and fun, and it was so great to meet her family (not a part of the tour but a super fun cultural experience)! I loved learning about mezcal and the food pairings were excellent, even the tasting location in her house added a magical element. Highly recommend this experience!- Kaitlin King, Mexico City.
About the tastings....
Tasting consist of 7 mezcals. This are artisanal made and from small-batch producers in the Guerrero State (second national producer after Oaxaca), you won’t find them anywhere else but going to the small towns where they are made.
We will taste natural mezcals as well as curados, which are mezcals with flavour added, like worm, passion fruit or Damiana leaf.
We will pair the mezcals with traditional snacks from Guerrero, such as cincho and fresh cheese, pumkin sees, chalupas, green mole, and other seasonal snacks.
As your host I will explain the particularities of each mezcal, the history of this traditional spirit and I will guide on how to recognise a good mezcal. I am open and glad to answer all your questions related to the mezcal history and production.