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Each one of these wood-fired vessels, handmade in Oaxaca, has it's own distinct personality. They were made to drink mezcal from, but we've added tiny air plants so they look like they have wild hair. Just TRY to find a cuter gift, I dare you. The cup and tillandsia come together; expect yours to vary slightly from the ones pictured here. 

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In February I spent an eye-opening week in Oaxaca at a residency called Pocoapoco. It was a place for artists to meet, retreat, and explore the city and it's creative communities. We visited villages full of industrious weavers and ceramicists, and I took home a few of these wild little mezcal cups as souvenirs. They're made by a team of mostly women potters, using all local materials, including the clay and the wood that fires them. 

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About Details

Each one of these wood-fired vessels, handmade in Oaxaca, has it's own distinct personality. They were made to drink mezcal from, but we've added tiny air plants so they look like they have wild hair. Just TRY to find a cuter gift, I dare you. The cup and tillandsia come together; expect yours to vary slightly from the ones pictured here. 

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more

In February I spent an eye-opening week in Oaxaca at a residency called Pocoapoco. It was a place for artists to meet, retreat, and explore the city and it's creative communities. We visited villages full of industrious weavers and ceramicists, and I took home a few of these wild little mezcal cups as souvenirs. They're made by a team of mostly women potters, using all local materials, including the clay and the wood that fires them. 

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