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Bozal Coyote

Bozal Coyote is a clay pot distilled mezcal from Sola de Vega. The maguey Coyote is particularly rich in clay, which accentuates its delicate character.

Rating: (2 reviews)
Cost:$$$
Brand:Bozal Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O363X
Mezcalero:Alberto Vasquez
Maguey:Coyote
Agave:Americana
Grind:Tahona
Distillation:Clay Pot
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Sola de Vega
ABV: 52.8%
Website: http://www.bozalmezcal.com/, opens in new window
About this mezcal

Bozal Coyote is clay pot distilled with maguey Coyote.  This is a limited release as the clay pot distillation limits this mezcal to 60 litres of production per day. It’s herbaceous with earthy aromas and a spicy finish. There are notes of minerals, dark chocolate, and wet clay.

Bozal Mezcal

Mezcal Bozal is a craft, artisan, handmade Mezcal. They celebrate the wild side of the Mezcal world and the wild agave used to produce such rich spirits. They use agave from the steep precarious hillsides of Oaxaca and Guerrero that are indigenous to the region. These varietals produce flavors that are exotically intense, with rich earth tones and savory smokiness. From the heart of the maguey these flavors are traditionally extracted to produce mezcal that is wildly refined.

2 reviews

4 out of 5


t8ke

t8ke

144 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars1 year ago

Sweet and funky – lots of mango, pepper, pineapple and apple. Heat grows over time but it well behaved. Excellent mouth feel. Mildly sour over time with some agave stank, vinegar and then a rebound to sweet fruits and pepper.

razorbackmike

razorbackmike

126 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars3 years ago

almost a 5 star!savory and vegetal to start.mid way opens to semi sweet dark chocolate,earth and clay.the finish has mild spices that i cant define.it is complex and has different layers that are subtle.it has some sweetness but is not one of the sweeter mezcals.it is delicious and unique.the price for the quality is good.4 and a half stars.

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