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THE LOST EXPLORER MEZCAL 90PF 750 100% ESPADIN & TOBALA NOM-0404X LOTT001

Item #: 110632
Bottle Size: 750ml
THE LOST EXPLORER MEZCAL 90PF 750 100% ESPADIN & TOBALA NOM-0404X LOTT001 is available for purchase

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Details

Details

This limited batch of mezcal was made in collaboration with Proyecto Humo by master mezcalero, Don Fortino Ramos Florean, on the edge of San Pablo Huixtepec, Oaxaca. Located in the Zimatlán District—situated some fifteen hundred meters above sea level in the Central Valley—San Pablo Huixtepec is roughly equidistant from Oaxaca City and Sola de Vega on the road to the Pacific. A self-taught first-generation distiller, Fortino has been making mezcal for well more than two decades; and his spirits are unlike any other. For this inaugural batch of The Lost Explorer Mezcal, Fortino cultivated Espadín and wild Tobalá, each of which were harvested individually only after achieving optimal ripeness. Production is traditional: agave is cooked in earthen ovens, Tahona-ground, fermented in open-top wood barrels, with ambient native yeasts, and double-distilled in a copper alembic still. The resulting distillate is exceptionally pure; both floral and herbaceous with caramelized notes and elegant smoke nuances.

STATS
Age: Joven
ABV: 45%/ 90 proof
Agave: Varieties of wild Tobalá and Espadín
Region: San Pablo Huixtepec, Zimatlán District, Central Valleys of Oaxaca
Oven: Artisanal earth and stone
Ground: Tahona (stone)
Fermentation: Open-top wood barrels, with wild native yeasts
Distillation: Twice distilled in copper alambique (alembic) still

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The is Magic in this Mezcal Review by Bucky
Mezcal is my spirt animal so I know what I am talking about! This is the best you can find! Its almost illegal they let it out of Mexico! (Posted on 3/10/2017)

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