Episode #89: The History and Making of Artisanal Mezcal with Ivan Carreño
On episode #89 of the Gruler Nation Podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with Ivan Carreño! Ivan is the owner of Mezcal Carreño, a brand of artisanal mezcal that the Carreño family has been producing since 1904. The Carreño family began producing mezcal in Oaxaca Mexico, using traditional and sacred techniques passed down from generation to generation.
Ivan is driven by his family's culture, history, and heritage and is excited to launch Mezcal Carreño in Arizona. Ivan has a passion for bringing people together, enjoying the moment, and sharing life experiences which resonates with the meaning of mezcal valued by families of Oaxaca. Ivan inspires to build a culture bridge from the Central Valleys of Oaxaca to Arizona through mezcal, art, food, and history!
Today also marks their ONE YEAR anniversary!! So, be sure to follow Ivan and Mezcal Carreño along their journey by following them @mezcalcarreñous and check out his website to learn more about mezcal, Ivan's story, and their upcoming news and events at www.mezcalcarrenous.com
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