Burrito Fiestero Masparillo is made with maguey Masparillo, which is yellowish green in color and has very short, wide pencas.
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|Brand:||Burrito Fiestero Mezcal|
|Mezcalero:||Arturo Conde, Juan Manuel Conde|
|Town:||Pino Suárez, San Nicolas|
|Age of plant:||14-16 years|
|Website:||http://mezcalburrito.com/, opens in new window|
About this mezcal
Burrito Fiestero Masparillo is made with maguey Masparillo that is found growing wild in the lower areas of El Mezquital, Durango. This mezcal is produced by Juan Manuel Conde in San Nicolas, Durango and Arturo Conde in Pino Suárez, Durango. The agave are milled by hand with axes and distilled in a clay/wood (viejo) Philippine still. This still uses clay pots on the bottom chamber, with the upper chamber made of wood. As the spirit condenses, drops run through a bamboo into a collector.
Burrito Fiestero Mezcal
Mezcal Burrito Fiestero hails from the mountainous State of Durango. The company has an agave reforestation campaign called “ONE FOR ONE” where they plant one agave Cenizo per bottle that is produced, essentially planting 10 times more than what they use. They also play an important role in the sustainable development of El Mezquital, Durango by becoming the biggest jobs provider of the region.