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  1. […] three main differences between tequila and mezcal can also be found in his blog post: Tequila vs. Mezcal. The book continues to cover mezcal production, the use of different agave varietals, and key […]

  2. Ed Fam at |

    Thank you for a well written and factual piece. Any history about why Mezcal started being made in the 1600s would be awesome. Did it come from Spain? Was this an indigenous product?

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  4. Jesse at |

    My takeaway is that mezcal is not considered vegan in that the labor of an animal is used to produce it.

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  5. Sean at |

    Just live mezcal.
    Love it love be it love it

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