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del Maguey Crema de Mezcal

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del Maguey Crema de Mezcal 750ml

del Maguey Crema de Mezcal

Mezcal with agave syrup turns out to be lovely and drinkable. Despite the smoky, spicy, vegetal, and only faintly caramel aromas, the flavor is surprisingly sweet. Deep raisin and honey/agave nectar notes give way to a lively clove and pepper finish. Light straw color, viscous feel, medium body.

Del Maguey Crema de Mezcal is a delicious introduction to this spectacular line of single-village spirits crafted in Oaxaca, Mexico. Following traditional production methods developed in the 16th century, the hearts of the agave are roasted over hot stones in a put in the ground for three to five days while covered in earth. They are then ground to a mash using horse-powered stone mills and naturally fermented in wooden vats, and the spirit is then created using two slow distillations in wood-fired clay or copper pot stills.

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del Maguey del Maguey Crema de Mezcal
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Mezcal with agave syrup turns out to be lovely and drinkable. Despite the smoky, spicy, vegetal, and only faintly caramel aromas, the flavor is surprisingly sweet. Deep raisin and honey/agave nectar notes give way to a lively clove and pepper finish. Light straw color, viscous feel, medium body.
 

Notes on the del Maguey Crema de Mezcal 750ML

Technical Notes Del Maguey Crema de Mezcal is a delicious introduction to this spectacular line of single-village spirits crafted in Oaxaca, Mexico. Following traditional production methods developed in the 16th century, the hearts of the agave are roasted over hot stones in a put in the ground for three to five days while covered in earth. They are then ground to a mash using horse-powered stone mills and naturally fermented in wooden vats, and the spirit is then created using two slow distillations in wood-fired clay or copper pot stills.