Somewhere in the hills between Oaxaca (de Juarez) and the coast, ripened agave heads have been removed from the ground above, cleaned and rolled downhill to be collected later, then roasted and eventually converted into Mezcal. These heads are huge, you couldn't put your arms around one.
Mezcal Primer + Tasting Event in San Francisco | KQED
Local SF mezcal blog Mezcalistas and The Bold Italic are hosting a mezcal tasting July 25th to bring the renown Mexican spirit to the United States. In anticipation here's a quick run down of what you need to know about mezcal including the tequila connection and a resolution of some lingering myths.
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Mezcal, the unofficial liquor of Oaxaca, can be an acquired taste. Most fellow travelers I’ve encountered in Oaxaca did not like mezcal at first sip, but almost all seem to leave the city chiming in with the Oaxaca saying, “For