Nose: Aromatic and herbal with notes of apple peel, smoke, orange peels, parsley and soft smoke.
Palate: Rustic and full, herbal. Hints of lavender, agave nectar.
Finish: Good length, smouldering wood ashes on the tail.
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I appreciate mezcal for the same reasons I enjoy a peated scotch whisky. I enjoy the smoke. Many mezcals are one dimensional though, and that leaves one wishing for more. This one has a depth of flavor that I have not yet experienced in others of the genre. If there's smoke, there might as well be smoked meat. I can't wait to try the Iberico that I recently ordered.
23rd February 2015