A faithful friend promising bright future.
If you're old enough and remember the original of The Lone Ranger, kemo sabe means "faithful friend", but if you're younger you probably think it's "wrong brother" (thanks a lot, Johnny Depp). This Mezcal is made by a father-daughter team of Jim and Ashley Walsh and they decided to create the sweetest and most flavorful Mezcal and they do it by using non-traditional methods: first they distil it thrice (twice in steel and once in copper stills) and then they use high-tech sound wave technology to homogenize the molecules in the Spirit. We don't know what that means, but Spock might like it.
Kimo Sabe is unaged, crystal clear in color and bottled directly out of the still. It's also "albedo", which means whiteness in Latin and it represents a clean slate and an absence of color.
Kimo Sabe gets its variety of Agave from eleven regions of Mexico and they aim to create a Mezcal with less smoky characteristics and more flavor. It's a softer style of Mezcal with medium body and chocolate overtones. It may feel a bit subdued for those used to stronger flavors, but its sweetness will convince many.