As you glide through the hilly landscape of Oaxaca, you see thin columns of
smoke rising into the air. They mark the almost ritualistic process behind the
production of mezcal. A traditional Mexican spirit.The combination of the glowing hot lava rocks and the wet agave hearts dug
into the ground, gives a quiet but constant column of smoke. If you follow
these white pins in the landscape, you will meet ablack horse. The animal
pulls the 6-ton heavy stone over the baked agave hearts, and they are now ready for distillation.
images from a journey made by five fellows. over mountain tops, through clouds, down valleys og out to the big refreshing sea. a hazy drive trhough “almost memories” and with a smell of smokey argave spritis and sweat.
1 book with 78 flashbacks and a fragmented communication stream between friends.