|Region||Santa Catarina Minas, Oaxaca|
Aroma of cinnamon and anise, light and smooth, very well balanced, notes of dried fruit and poultry, sweet and generous finish. A unique spirit for special occasions.
The famous quality of Mezcal Mineros comes from its distillation in clay pots, a tremendously laborious technique, which produces the most aromatic and full-bodied spirits. Another peculiarity is the use of different wild agaves, distilled individually or composed in the must.
Type of Agave: Angustifolia Haw (Espadin)
Range: Distilled with Creole chicken "Gallina Criolla", citrus, fruits and seeds.
Distillation System: Clay Pot (3 distillations)
Production Region: Santa Catarina Minas, Oaxaca.
Mezcalero Master: Edgar Ángeles Carreño
Degree Alc. 53.09°
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