Mezcalero No. 18

The Schtick: Produced in 2013 and rested for 4 years, this release from Mezcalero is a blend of agaves: Espadin, Bicuishe, Madre-Cuishe and Mexicano. Crafted by Don Garcia, this batch produced 576 bottles. Let’s see how it is. Let’s dive in.

Review #1351 | Mezcal Review #52

Distiller: Don Valente Angel García

Bottler: Mezcalero

Brand: Mezcalero Mezcal


ABV: 47% ABV

Age: NA

Nose: Sweet grape, lightly nutty, sour wine and lovely crushed stone. Lemon, lime, blue cheese stuffed olive.

Taste: Sweet, loaded with cream and vanilla bean. Lemon peel, fresh cracked pepper. Light olive note. Faint mango. Lots going on. Big fan.

Finish: Long, sweet and fruity. Chalky, loaded with crushed stone and faint sweetness.

Overall: Really pretty enjoyable. Pretty unique as well. Loving the fruit and crushed stone, almost come across as a fruity sauv blanc at times.

Thanks for reading!

Rank: 7

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