Ilegal Mezcal is made in Oaxaca, Mexico by small family owned distillers using traditional production methods and employing sustainable practices. It came out of John Rexer's bar, Café No Sé, in Antigua, Guatemala. "Ilegal has texture and is not diluted and polluted by an industrial process," says Rexer. "It's like old hand-tooled leather versus cheap pleather. It's seductive. People from all walks of life understand the difference. It's a way of thinking and wanting to live as much as it is fine liquor."
We are privileged to be visited by David Delgadillo, Sales Consultant for Transalantic Divison to educate you about these fun and exciting mezcals.