Bozal Sacatoro

The Schtick: Distilled from Angustifolia and fermented in open air, this Espadin from Bozal promises to be interesting.

Review #1524 | Mezcal Review #94

Distiller: Undisclosed

Bottler: Bozal

Brand: Bozal

Selection:

ABV: 44.8% ABV

Age: NA


Nose: Celery, string bean, pepper, ash, faint minerality, sweet butter cream, lighty acidic. Really interesting, displaying a lot of nice complexity, especially in the veggie aisle.

Taste: Sweet vanilla bean, cream cheese frosting. Pepper, snap pea, green beans, cabbage, minerality. This is pretty complex, with a nice balance between sweetness, pepper, and vegetable garden. Mouth feel is medium, medium+, with heat squarely in check.

Finish: Long, bit of heat, but complex and in check. Sweet butter cream, nice vegetable notes with some pepper and minerality to tie it all in at the end.

Overall: This is pretty nice, in fact it’s very good. I like the veggie presence here, along with everything else that screams classic mezcal to keep it in check. Big fan.

Thanks for reading!

Rank: 6


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