Gabriela Badillo joins us to talk about her animated project 68 voices 68 hearts, an animated series of Mexican indigenous stories told in their native language.
A two-part series featuring Elisandro Gonzalez Molina of Tosba Mezcal. We learn the origin story of Tosba, from growing up in a small mountain village to having a full production palenque with a robust cultivation and reforestation program. Read More
Dalton Kreiss & Hanna Woodside of Maguey Melate share their story. We talk about their agave spirits subscription club and why highlighting the producer is as important as the spirit. Read More
Tess tells us about her recent trip to Michoacán. We talk Cupreata Agaves, production styles and particular traditions that surround the spirit.
Ferron introduces us to some of the women mezcal producers she interviewed in Oaxaca and Durango. Read More
Mariah and Alex discuss Banhez mezcal, the co-op model, their signature blend, bats and so much more! Read More
Jay Schroeder discusses his new book, Understanding Mezcal . Read More
Noah talks about his love of Espadins, the flavor profiles of different agaves and gives us an insiders view on curating a mezcal menu. Read More
Rio is the producer and owner of Estancia Raicilla. We discuss agave species, production, distribution and the upcoming NOM debate. Read More
Chema gives us his perspective on educating guests from behind the bar. We talk agave farming, Filipino Stills and Panorama Mezcal. Read More
Justin explains his philosophy around building an agave spirits portfolio, consumer responsibility, Mezcal Tosba, and La Medida Mezcal. Read More
Tess Rose Lampert talks about her recent trip to Durango. We learn about the Cenizo agave, and she introduces us to Fabiola Avila, the Vinatera for Lagrimas de Dolores. Read More
In this episode Dave Lather discusses agave plants, their many uses, and their significance in pre-colonial Mexico, aguamiel, pulque and so much more! Read More
Tess talks to us about her experience in the mezcal world and what to expect if you go to one of her classes. She explains the etymology of the word mezcal and we discuss terroir. Hey Hey Agave is a podcast from TUYO NYC.