Enjoy the bold and complex aromas of Mezcal with our handmade Mezcal copitas.
Handmade by our artisan partners in Oaxaca, Mexico.
We love the versatility of this design as it can also be used for Espresso shots, tea ceremonies and so much more.
Please contact us for wholesale and industry enquires. We make large orders for weddings and events.
We also have Mezcal drinking sets available.
Traditionally, the clay is molded by hand or on a potter’s wheel.
The pieces are then fired in this above-ground kiln, using wood fires that heat the objects to extremely high temperatures.
This process is the essence of artisanal work. No one copita will be exactly the same. Each is uniquely different and beautiful. Just the way we like it
Each piece of clay pottery we receive is a gift as they can only make so many pieces and the demand for their work is high.
We have a strong commitment to ethically made and fairly traded products.
By developing direct personal relationships based on communication, transparency, and mutual respect, we have established fair trading partnerships with the artisans and their families.
When you purchase our products you are supporting communities of Mexican artisans by empowering them to preserve their traditional art and cultural heritage.
We hope you love these gifts that these artisans have spent their life creating and perfecting.
Also available as a set which includes a large serving plate and a mezcal vessel.
For your information
Mezcal, an agave spirit that’s bolder, wilder, and more unpredictable with a wide range of varieties that are downright mystifying.
Mezcal has an earthy, smoky flavor, due to the distilling process.
We love the idea of a Mexican drink where the traditional methods are still respected. Mezcal is an industry that has not reached industrialization or Tequila for example. It is still done in the homes of people with their traditional methods, knowledge passed down from generation to generation.
Consuming mezcal in Mexico is a social act: the collective drinking of mezcal contributes to a sense of community and belonging.
Their relationship and respect for the land and ancestral Zapotec traditions are quite remarkable. We can find their symbolism in their work, in their motives; and by mixing this with reduction and kiln firing techniques, they result in artistic and daily-use pieces with a unique personality.