Review #691 | /r/Mezcal Review #1 – Pierde Almas Tobaziche
The Schtick: Howdy folks! I’m a bit new to these parts. You may have seen my writing elsewhere like r/bourbon, r/scotch, r/rum or even r/gin but I’ve been drinking and trying new mezcals for a period of time and I decided it was time to start throwing words on the page with my agave experiences also.
This is Pierde Almas Tobaziche – a mezcal product using Tobaziche agave. It is bottled at 45.1% ABV, batch 54-TC.
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Distiller: Mezcal Pierde Almas
Bottler: Mezcal Pierde Almas
ABV: 45.1% ABV
Nose: Earthy. Picked onion, earthy terroir, butter cream, faint ammonia, really floral and fragrant.
Taste: Medium mouthfeel. Mild heat. Sweet cream, leather, earthy, overripe fruits. White pepper, tobacco and some nice smoky character,
Finish: Short, clean and cream. Sweet cream and melon. Peppery.
Overall: Vibrantly crisp and sweet with nice smoky undertones.
Thanks for reading!
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