This wild Tepeztate was harvested at approximately 30 years of maturity from the east region of “Valles Centrales” at Santa Maria Zoquitlan.
The batch took 30 days to craft, from choosing the right mixture of wood for the roast, extended cooling periods, harvesting wild yeast cultures to the final distillation.
Every step was precisely calculated by the Maestro Mezcalero to capture the uniqueness of this agave.
This limited 300-liter batch was harvested in February, distilled in March, and bottled in August of 2020. A total of 50 cases were bottled for exportation to California.
Nose: Tropical, Funky, Nectar
Palate: Banana Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Ripe Papaya, a Hint of Szechuan Peppercorns
Finish: Bold yet Clean, Warming Finish
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