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Vago Tepeztate
Vago Tepeztate – Aquilino Garcia Lopez

March 2016 53.1% - plant matter, warmth like cardamom, nopales, evergreen. mineral, roasted corn, peppery finish....

TheAgaveFairy

TheAgaveFairy
164 reviews

Mal Bien Black Tape Bottle Generic
Mal Bien Zacatoro – Barranca

No batch number on the sample I received, but it sounds like Lot 0320CB based on the notes of others. Aromas of New...

Jonny

Jonny
535 reviews

Lalocura Tobasiche Espadin Rainy Season
Lalocura Rainy Season Tobasiche-Espadín

Lot 0-01. Aromas of brown sugar, cooked agave, and baked sweet breads. A bit of cinnamon on the nose as well. The...

Jonny

Jonny
535 reviews

Siembra Metl Jorge Perez Quiote Lemongrass
Siembra Metl Quiote – Jorge Perez

Honey Cough drops and Gasoline. The finish is strange on this one. As the liquid is going down the gullet, there is a...

GreenspointTexas

GreenspointTexas
300 reviews

Maguey Melate Tobasiche Barril
Maguey Melate Tobasiche / Barril – Gregorio Hernandez

There's of course a sharp smell and taste that's customary w/ puntas. Searching between the alcohol forward puntas...

El-Dawg

El-Dawg
126 reviews

Maguey Melate Tepextate Cuixe
Maguey Melate Tepextate / Cuixe – Flavio Cesar

Bit on the lighter side for my preference, but I love that the Tep. notes shine through. Get some watermelon along...

El-Dawg

El-Dawg
126 reviews

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