Since our founding, Ilegal Mezcal has strived to build the sort of community & environment that Café No Sé, the birthplace of Ilegal, has long provided artists and musicians.
This year, in order to keep our friends, families, and partners safe, we have cancelled large scale, in-person events and introduced new virtual programming. We are in this together, and we look forward to bellying up to the bar with you again soon.
Ilegal Mezcal has a beautifully balanced profile, with a mouth full of agave and a hint of smoke.
Handcrafted in small batches by fourth-generation mezcaleros, our Joven, Reposado, and Añejo mezcals are all made with perfectly ripe, sustainable Espadín agave, double distilled in the Santiago Matatlan Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Commitment to quality is apparent in every step of our process, from harvest to first sip.
4/13/2020 • Team Asset • New programming and marketing training tools available
11/6/2019 • Sales Materials • 375ml Bottle Shots Available in Assets Folder
In 2013, when we launched the Ilegal music series in New York, we wanted to create the same community & environment that Café No Sé, the birthplace of Ilegal, had provided to so many musicians. The series has since expanded to several iconic locations across the USA including the surf lodge (Montauk) and Harvard & Stone (LA). as a result Ilegal mezcal and it’s team have become fixtures in the live music scene and been a part of launching several bands careers.
In 2018 we launched Ilegal’s Love Your Neighbor platform. We believe that at the door of your business your values should be exemplified and defended. We are too keenly aware of the issues of climate change, immigration, the refugee crisis, gender discrimination, racism and xenophobia. These issues impact us, our friends, and our relatives.
Since the company began we have supported and contributed to a number of groups working to affect social change for the better and in 2019 we have raised over $60,000 for several groups with your help.
As a company we believe in supporting impartial and independent journalism that captures the human element and full story. For this reason, we will be funding Comvite’s projects on a quarterly basis.
Since the company began in 2006 we have supported and contributed to a number of groups working to affect social change for the better. Apart from fundraising contributions, we host volunteer trips and mentorship programs. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thank you for your help in supporting these organizations!
|Planned Parenthood||Team Brownsville|
|Share Our Strength||El Patojismo|
|Niños de Guatemala||Casa Sotaventina Music Program|
|Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project||National Center for Transgender Equality|
|Stand With Standing Rock||Birmingham AIDS Outreach|
|Lead Up Antigua Guatemala||Educational Scholarships in Guatemala|
|Earthquake Relief Oaxaca||Hurricane Harvey Relief|
|Los Patojos Jocotenango Guatemala Volunteer Support|