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Like many agave varietals, the name Coyote is used regionally to describe different agave species. In most cases, maguey Coyote refers to a wild agave in the agave Americana family, meaning it’s related to Arroqueno and Sierra Negra. In other cases, however, like in San Luis Amatlan, some local producers use the term Coyote for a Karwinskii agave, meaning it’s related to maguey Cuishe, Madre-cuishe, etc. In 2019, a batch of Coyote under the Mezcalosfera label listed the species as agave Lyoba.

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