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Mezcal MX1910 products

Maguey
Espadín

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Maguey Espadin:

The Quintessential Choice

Derived from the Maguey Espadin, scientifically known as Agave Angustifolia, Mezcal Espadin stands as the cornerstone of our mezcal collection. It's the most widely used maguey in mezcal production, constituting 80% to 90% of the global mezcal consumption. The Espadin agave typically matures throughout 7 to 12 years, flourishing in diverse environments—both cultivated on farms and thriving wild.

Product Specifications

Category – 100% Artisan craft

Class - Young

Alcoholic volume – 42%

Name: Agave Espadín

Scientific name – Agave angustifolia Haw

Maturation – 7-8 years

Region – Central Valleys of Oaxaca

Elaboration Process:

Cut – Machete blow

Firing – Conical earth oven

Grinding – Stone wheel

Fermentation – Wooden vats

Distillation – Double distillation in copper stills

Maestro Mezcalero – Ancelmo López Luis

Place – San Dionisio Ocotepec, Oaxaca

Exploring the Flavors

Organoleptic Characteristics

Tasting Notes: Mezcal Espadin unveils a delightful blend of herbal flavors intertwined with subtle hints of citrus, wet earth, and tobacco. The essence of cooked agave imparts a sweet, caramel aroma while maintaining a medium level of smokiness.

Pairing: Ideally savored as an aperitif or a digestive after a satisfying meal, Mezcal Espadin delights the palate when paired with flavorful foods like meats or mole, thanks to its notes of citrus and freshness.

General Balance: MX1910's Mezcal Espadin embodies brilliance, a testament to its cleanliness and purity. Balancing richness, intensity, and a spectrum of aromatic profiles, it introduces an intriguing medley of fruit tones—citric and tropical fruits mingling harmoniously with herbal and floral notes.

Maguey
Tepeztate

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Mezcal Tepeztate:

The Pinnacle of Patience

Maguey Tepeztate, scientifically known as Agave Marmorata, is a remarkable agave variety that demands time and perseverance. Taking up to 25 years to mature in the wild, this extraordinary plant is a true testament to nature's patience and resilience. Considering its slow maturation rate, sustainability efforts are crucial to secure the future of mezcal production using Tepeztate. Remarkably, it thrives in the harshest of conditions, often preferring the steep, rocky cliffs for optimal growth.

Product Specifications

Category – 100% Artisan craft

Class - Young

Alcoholic volume – 45%

Name: Agave Tepeztate

Scientific name – Agave Marmorata

Maturation – 25 years

Region – Central Valleys of Oaxaca

Elaboration Process:

Cut – Machete blow

Firing – Conical earth oven

Grinding – Stone wheel

Fermentation – Wooden vats

Distillation – Double distillation in copper stills

Maestro Mezcalero – Ancelmo López Luis

Place – San Dionisio Ocotepec, Oaxaca

Exploring the Flavors

Organoleptic Characteristics

Tasting Notes: Mezcal Tepeztate, boasting an ABV of 45%, offers a complex profile with floral and herbal aromas, followed by citrusy and smoky flavors, leaving a smooth and lasting finish.

Pairing: Ideal as an aperitif or post-meal digestif, Mezcal Tepeztate pairs exceptionally well with aged cheese, seafood, grilled vegetables, and dark chocolate.

General Balance: Mezcal Tepeztate strikes a perfect balance, showcasing a blend of slow maturation, distinct aromas, and exquisite flavors, embodying the essence of tradition and modernity in a harmonious blend.

Maguey
Cuishe

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Mezcal Cuishe:

Unleashing Nature's Intensity

 

Mezcal Cuishe, deeply rooted in the wild heart of Agave Karwinskii, embodies the essence of untamed nature. With its distinctive cylindrical piña and leaves gracefully unfurling at the summit, this agave variety is a masterpiece of nature's intricate design. It yields a mezcal of unparalleled intensity, boasting robust flavors characterized by high minerality and captivating spice notes. Mezcal Cuishe beckons you to embark on a sensory journey, where the very landscape finds its expression in every sip.

Product Specifications

Category – 100% Artisan craft

Class - Young

Alcoholic volume – 45%

Name: Agave Cuishe

Scientific name – Agave Marmorata

Maturation – 12 years

Region – Central Valleys of Oaxaca

Elaboration Process:

Cut – Machete blow

Firing – Conical earth oven

Grinding – Stone wheel

Fermentation – Wooden vats

Distillation – Double distillation in copper stills

Maestro Mezcalero – Ancelmo López Luis

Place – San Dionisio Ocotepec, Oaxaca

Exploring the Flavors

Organoleptic Characteristics

Tasting Notes: A delightful blend of floral and herbal fragrances gracefully wafts through the air upon approach. Subtle notes of fresh agave and hints of earthiness create an inviting anticipation. The initial sip unfolds a complex and intriguing flavor profile. The herbal essence intensifies, intermingling with gentle citrus tones, accentuating its unique character. A harmonious fusion of sweet and smoky notes follows, leaving a satisfying and memorable taste.

 

Pairing

Mezcal Cuishe is a versatile companion to a variety of dishes. Its bold and spicy notes make it an excellent pairing with grilled meats, spicy Mexican cuisine, or dishes subtly infused with citrus hints.

 

General Balance

Mezcal Cuishe epitomizes a perfect balance of wild agave flavors, delivering a mezcal that encapsulates the essence of its natural habitat. Its intense and bold taste is a testament to the wild Agave Karwinskii, offering a distinctive and stimulating mezcal experience.

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