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Bozal Borrego Sacrificio Ensamble Mezcal

3 reviews
A dry mineral base is offset nicely with an abundance of fruit, herbaceous notes, and nuttiness. A viscous entry coats the mouth leading to a fruit-forward mid-palate with a subtle sweetness that shines with bright citrus and persimmons. The finish is smooth with flavors of smoked lamb.

Distilled from Tobalá, a subspecies of the Potatorum Family with broad, spade-like leaves. The compact size of this agave yields limited quantities of mezcal and takes 12-15 years to reach full maturation. Known to many as the king agave, Tobalá is becoming increasingly rare, and offers intensely aromatic mezal with complex notes of tropical fruit. Also distilled from Espadin, known as the genetic Mother of the Blue Weber Agave that is used to produce tequila. Unique in itself, the characteristics of this agave showcase the aromas of wet earth, a rich smokiness on the mid-palate, and a finish reminiscent of wild flowers. This variety of agave is a subspecies of the Angustifolia Family of agave.