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QuiQuiRiQui Tobalá

(50cl, 46.5%)

QuiQuiRiQui Tobalá

Sorry about this...

We can't actually ship QuiQuiRiQui Tobalá to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

In the meantime, our friends over at The Whisky Shop might be able to help you out.

Thank you for your support and understanding 🙂

-The folks at Master of Malt

QuiQuiRiQui Tobalá Bottling Note

This joven mezcal from QuiQuiRiQui is produced from wild Tobalá agave, which is smaller than other varieties. They take around 10 or 15 years to grow to maturity and yield less per plant than more common species. To ensure sustainable farming and protect the species, production of this expression is limited.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Tropical notes of creamy coconut, tangy pineapple and corn on the cob (with a lot of butter), with a clean, grassy finish and gentle smoke lingering.

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QuiQuiRiQui Tobalá Reviews

Excellent stuff

Hints of new make Islay malt (Ardbeggy). Slight smokiness and green peppers on the nose. Green theme carries on into the taste, including olives and Big Mac style gherkins. A nice smoky sweetness compliments the vegetal minerality. Adding a splash of current Arran 10 year old (46%, ucf and natural colour) with it's honey/citrus style gives a massive and obvious raspberry ripple ice cream note on the nose. I have no idea how these disparate flavours manage that. Spirit magic I suppose.

14th February 2020

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