A Must-Have For Any Serious Mezcal Collector. This Is The First Mezcal Made From The Henequon Agave That Is Available In The Us Market. This Distillation, Made From Cultivated Henequon Agave, Is A Small-Batch Limited Edition Of 397 Liters (Roughly 500 Bottles) From The Personal Collection Of Master Mezcal Producer Juan Hernandez Mendez In Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. Master Mezcalero: Juan Hernandez Mendez & Hortensia Hernandez Martinez Nom: Nom-0496X Agave Varietal: Henequon Scientific Name: Agave Fourcroydes Town / Municipality: Santiago Matatlan State: Oaxaca Fermentation: Natural, Open-Vat Fermentation In Wood Still Type: Copper Alembic Date Of Distillation: December 2017 Number Of Liters In Distillation: 397 Liters Abv: 45% Tasting Notes: Smooth And Savory. Mineral And Saline Notes Of Clay And Wet Earth. Reminds Us Of The Smell Of Fresh Rain In The Oaxacan Countryside. Also The Subtle Fragrance And Sweetness Of Corn Meal, Evoking Fresh Atole And Tamales. It Is A Smooth Easy Sipper, So The Finish May Surprise You: Slightly Spicy, With A Tingly Numbness That Lingers On The Tongue And Reminds Us Of Sichuan Peppercorns.
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