The Bosscal experience adheres to tradition and adventure. Our Mezcal is hand selected and produced by our 4th generation Mezcalero in collaboration with the entire Bosscal team. Together we ride on horseback along the mountainside in search of the most premium durangensis agave to create a true Mountain to Market spirit.
Following the traditional and artisanal production methods, we refuse to use chemical products or alterations that may affect the true essence and flavor of a premium mezcal.
Bosscal is a 100% organic, unaged mezcal created with traditional distillation methods. It was created to be enjoyed neat. Its distinct aroma and flavor profile has quickly gained favor with top chefs and mixologists alike.VIEW OUR SPIRITS
The brand logo “El Conejo en la Luna”, the essence of all that is good. It was born as a token of appreciation to the Mexican people, their culture, and their traditions. It also incorporates the manner of respect that the Aztecs and the Mayans held for the lunarscape.
These two cultures believed that the moon reﬂected their status as lunar beings maintaining a kinship with a star (the sun) that died and was reborn daily. The rabbit in our logo represents the struggle to overcome preoccupation with one’s ego and material state.
It's said that when we die, we remain attached to physical things. Therefore, allow the rabbit running freely to remind us to shed our attachments and enjoy the good things in life.
Bosscal Company, as most passionate Mezcaleros, will always adhere to a true artisanal operation using no chemicals or alteration methods. Bringing to the world, a product that is forever young, 100% organic, preindustrial and of superior quality. All the four classical elements of earth: water, fire and air combine with the ether just above the Durango sky to help create the liquid gold that we call Bosscal. As a premium Mountain to Market durangensis mezcal from an underrepresented state, our vision is to pave the way for agave spirits from all 26 states of Mexico, not just the 8 that currently have achieved the designated Nominaccion (NOM) of origin.
There are currently eight States that have the Denomination of Origin (DO), and its main producers are the Mexican States of Oaxaca, Guerrero, Tamaulipas and Durango. The deliciously traditional drink is made from the fermentation of the maguey sap & its natural sugars, which result from the cooking process applied to the agave hearts. The word Mezcal comes from the Nahuatl word "Mexcalli" which is divided into two words: "Metl-maguey" and "Izcalli-cooked," which combined translate to "cooked maguey". It is thought that well over 20 types of mezcal are currently being produced in Mexico.
"MAYBE THE JOURNEY ISN'T MUCH ABOUT BECOMING ANYTHING, MAYBE ITS ABOUT UN-BECOMING EVERYTHING THAT ISN'T YOU... FIND YOURSELF..."