Tasting Notes: Caramel, Smoke, Green Herbs, Agave
Espadin is the most common Agave cultivated for Mezcal. That does not mean this Mezcal is common, it’s anything but. Each step of production is done by hand using traditional methods. The result is 100 Liters of the very best mezcal possible.
Butterscotch, black tea, banana, and roasted maguey. A little sweet, a little creamy. Savory, spicy, and peppery, in a way that reminds us of smoked meats and Texas style barbecue. Followed by lingering, resonating notes of ash and soft smoke on the palate.