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Dixeebe Cucharillo

Dixeebe Sotol Cucharillo is produced by Pedro Vásquez who is known for his mezcals released under the El Jolgorio and Nuestra Soledad labels.

Rating: (1 review)
Category:Sotol
Cost:$$$$
Brand:Dixeebe Mezcal
Mezcalero:Pedro Vasquez
Dasylirion:Sp
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Miahuatlán
ABV: 48.7%
Batch size: 25 bottles (batch DPV02)
Release year: 2021
Website: https://www.mezcaldixeebe.com/, opens in new window

About this sotol

Dixeebe Sotol Cucharillo is produced using 100% Dasylirion Sp (unclassified) by Pedro Vásquez in El Palmar, Miahuatlán, Oaxaca. Mezcalero Pedro Vásquez and his family are known for producing El Jolgorio Arroqueño (among other releases) and Nuestra Soledad Lachigui. Pedro Vásquez is listed as the producer on the bottle label but we were told his son, Pedro Vásquez Jr. produced this batch. Per Back Bar Project: “Tio Pedro mostly operates the palenque at Lachigui, while his son, Pedro Vasquez Jr., spends more time at the palenque attached to the family home in El Palmar.”

Batch DPV02 of Dixeebe Cucharillo was produced in 2020 and released as a special batch for Tahona Mercado.

Dixeebe Mezcal

Dixeebe Mezcal (pronounced "dee-sh-bay") is a project from Asis Cortes and his father, Valentin Cortes. Their family has been producing mezcal in the Santiago Matatlan region for at least 180 years. The two of them are perhaps most well-known in Mexico and internationally for their previous work with Mezcal El Jolgorio and Nuestra Soledad. Asis and Valentin have now moved on from these two Casa Cortes brands and will be focusing on Dixeebe, along with Asis' brand in Durango, Origen Raiz. Asis and his father decided to launch Dixeebe as a way to reconnect with their past and support their traditions in the future.

According to the Asis, Dixeebe is a ceremony of honor of respect and love, the purest thanks to culture, thier tradition and their ancestors, a great veneration of liquid, a gift from the gods to men, and an offering from men to the gods. To take a deeper dive into the meaning of Dixeebe, check out the video Asis Cortes Explains Dixeebe.

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Full Disclosure: We (the Mezcal Reviews team) are passionate supporters of Asis Cortes and Mezcal Dixeebe. In early 2021, our admiration evolved into a rare opportunity to invest. As small minority stakeholders of Mezcal Dixeebe, we will not publish our personal reviews. We also promise to not showcase the brand in a biased way on this website. Salud and Dixeebe y’all!


1 review

4 out of 5

El-Dawg

El-Dawg

136 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars8 seconds ago

Lote: DPV02 by Pedro Vasquez.
Espadin like smell. Cream and some buttery notes in the nose. Taste is green, grassy, and oily. Perhaps a bit too hot at the end if anything. Very solid & complex & balanced though. I need more than this 1 oz….
Review #136

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