MEZCAL THE NEW GLOBAL SPIRIT

FROM MEXICO WITH LOVE

MEZCAL ARTESANAL PINK DONKEY

DISCOVER MEZCAL CULTURE

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DISCOVER TEQUILA CULTURE

COMPRAR AHORA

We do everything with great passion and love. That is why the Pink Donkey slogan “From Mexico With Love”.

We do everything with great passion and love. That is why the Pink Donkey slogan “From Mexico With Love”.

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100% AGAVE ANGUSTIFOLIA (ESPADÍN)

100% AGAVE POTATORUM (TOBALÁ)

100% AGAVE MARMORATA (TEPEZTATE)

100% AGAVE RHODACANTHA (MEXICANO)

RECIPES

OUR PROCESS

1. HARVESTING
After 12 years in the field, the maguey is ready for harvesting.
2. OVEN BAKING
Once the maguey arrives at the palenque, it has to be cut to obtain a consistent and uniform baking. It is cooked in a conical stone oven, which withstands high temperatures and retains its heat. Once the oven is lit, it is necessary to wait for the stones to heat up before placing the stalks in the oven. After 6 days, the stalks are removed from the oven. The agave changes its color from white to caramel. This is a sign that it has been cooked well.
3. MILLING
The milling is done in a pink quarry mill (Tahona) with the assistance of a donkey to shred the maguey to make the sugars available for the fermentation process.
4. FERMENTATION
It ferments between 6 and 10 days using a natural fermentation process in pinewood vats.
5. DISTILLATION
Our mezcal is distilled in copper and stainless steel stills. Later, it is bottled: It is poured into our bottles that are packed and ready to be transported.
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1. HARVESTING
After 12 years in the field, the maguey is ready for harvesting.
2. OVEN BAKING
Once the maguey arrives at the palenque, it has to be cut to obtain a consistent and uniform baking. It is cooked in a conical stone oven, which withstands high temperatures and retains its heat. Once the oven is lit, it is necessary to wait for the stones to heat up before placing the stalks in the oven. After 6 days, the stalks are removed from the oven. The agave changes its color from white to caramel. This is a sign that it has been cooked well.
3. MILLING
The milling is done in a pink quarry mill (Tahona) with the assistance of a donkey to shred the maguey to make the sugars available for the fermentation process.
4. FERMENTATION
It ferments between 6 and 10 days using a natural fermentation process in pinewood vats.
5. DISTILLATION
Our mezcal is distilled in copper and stainless steel stills. Later, it is bottled: It is poured into our bottles that are packed and ready to be transported.
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