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Description

Memento Oaxaqueño arises from the need of our clients and friends who visit Oaxaca to bring a gift to that special person who is waiting for them at home, give a present at business meetings, conferences or a corporate gift. A complicated task for many due to the great variety of products, crafts, regions that Oaxaca has and sometimes time is not enough to enjoy Oaxaca and look for gifts.

For this reason, Recuerdo Oaxaqueño brings together in a single box, the most representative products of the state, so that you can take them wherever you go, or if you are outside of Oaxaca you can receive in your home a little piece of the love, color and flavor of our land; or send it to whoever you want.

Box contents:

MEZCAL TOBALA

250ml of delicious Tobala wild agave mezcal. Tobalá is a type of maguey from which a distillate is made, "toba" means maguey and "la" means hot or aromatic, it is well known as "The King of Mezcal", it is not easy to find that type of wild maguey located in the mountains often on rocky cliffs and slopes with difficult access. In addition, its size is very small and that means that in order to produce the mezcal, a large number of magueyes will be needed to make that special mezcal. It is originally from the Municipality of Villa Sola de Vega, Oaxaca, considered the cradle of Mezcal Tobalá.

BLACK CLAY CUP

Coyotepec: It means: "On the hill of Coyote"; the name is composed of Coyotl: "Coyote"; from Tepetl: "Hill" and from C: "In". It is located in the part of the Central Valleys of the state, belonging to the District of the Center. This community is characterized by being the only one in the world due to its high percentage of the population that is dedicated to the elaboration of Black Clay pottery, a pre-Hispanic occupation that dates back to remote times, its knowledge and practice to elaborate utilitarian slab is a virtue of this. and ornamental, there are artisans who make pieces for aesthetic purposes.

You have an authentic glass of Barro Negro, to taste an exquisite Oaxacan Mezcal; unique pieces from San Bartolo Coyotepec Oaxaca.

GREEN CLAY CUP

Atzompa means: At the top of the Water, it is made up of Atl: Water, Tzontle: Hair, Height and Summit, in a figurative sense, and Pan: In or On. Santa María is added, since the Virgen de la Asunción is religiously venerated as the patron saint of the municipal seat. The municipality of Santa María Atzompa in its capital, is dedicated 90% to pottery crafts, since it is the modus vivendi in the population and the basis of its economy, making pottery for cooking, from a glass, to large apazles, in the same way with pots, jugs, griddles and for decoration, from miniatures, and countless variants of crafts, in glazed, painted and varnished clay.

You have a glass of clay glazed in green varnish, authentic from Santa María Atzompa, ideal for tasting an exquisite Oaxacan Mezcal.

RED CLAY CUP

Tlaspazola means "place of nests" in Nahuatl, a language that is still preserved in this community, as well as the unique clothing of the region. This town has a sixteenth-century church as an attraction.

You have a glass of authentic Barro Rojo from San Marcos Tlapazola, ideal to taste an exquisite Oaxacan Mezcal.

CANDLE GLASS CUP

"Until you see the cross" said in Oaxaca before drinking mezcal, this custom has remained for many years and was born precisely because these glasses have a cross on the bottom and when toasting something, the mezcal was taken in one gulp.

JICARA CUP

Made from the fruit of the tree called Coatecomate, since pre-Hispanic times it has been used as a container to store water, or cut in half to enjoy different drinks, and in this region they are basic for tasting mezcal.

CUPS OF REED

The reed is a perennial plant, from the reed family, it can reach up to 4 meters in height and 2 cm in diameter, these containers made of these stems are widely used in verbenas attached with a loop to hang them around the neck and not lose them while dancing and enjoying the mezcal.

WORM SALT

MAGUEY WORM salt is a spice made from the maguey worm, which is dried, roasted and ground, combined with sea salt and dried chili, which are dried, combined with sea salt and dried chili.

It is normally used to sprinkle it on fruits, such as oranges, to accompany them with mezcal. It is an exotic dish, which was the main food of the Aztec emperors. It is a very special salt, with a concentrated flavor that is also used to prepare sophisticated signature and haute cuisine dishes.

CHAPULIN SALT

CHAPULIN salt is a spice made with field grasshoppers, which are dried, roasted and ground, combined with sea salt and dried chili.

It is normally used to sprinkle it on fruits, such as oranges, to accompany them with mezcal. It is a very special salt, with a concentrated flavor that is also used to prepare sophisticated signature and haute cuisine dishes