Mina Real is an ecologically sustainable mezcal made with maguey slowly cooked in a brick kiln without the consumption of firewood. Our cooking method highlights the plants' bright floral bouquet without burning an industry average of 3.5 lbs of firewood per liter produced. Utilizing a combination of both modern and historical techniques, the maguey honeys for Mina Real are fermented intact with their crushed maguey piña fibers, followed by a double distillation in pot stills for pronounced earthiness and character.

  • Master Distiller: Germaín Arellanes Santos
  • Approx. 26 Bx Sugars from Angustofolia Haw Espadín maguey grown at 4,800' in municipio of Sta. Catarina Minas, Oaxaca
  • Halved & quartered (cogollo removed) maguey cooked in cantera limestone kiln oven
  • 30hr roast including 6hr pre-roast to melt off bitters and 6hr cool down
  • Cooked maguey macerated with proprietary blade spindle destrozadora shredder
  • Fermented with together with bagazo, in 1,400L pine wood vats using airborne yeast strains
  • Double distilled in wood fired 60L ceramic pot stills to approx. 53% ABV and reduced with reverse osmosis demineralized water
  • No aging, bottled at 46% ABV

For more information, including Distributors and Retailers, please visit the Haas Brothers website.