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Bozal Ibérico

Bozal Ibérico has a citrus-forward nose of lime and grapefruit with a tropical aroma of banana. It is viscous with a slight floral note of hibiscus flower

Rating: (3 reviews)
Brand:Bozal Mezcal
Maguey:Espadin, Mexicano, Tobaziche
Agave:Angustifolia, Karwinskii, Rhodacantha
Town:Rio de Ejutla
ABV: 47%
Website: https://www.bozalmezcal.com/
About this mezcal

Bozal Ibérico is made with Maguey Espadin, Mexicano, and Tobasiche in Rio de Ejutla, Oaxaca. This Ibérico recipe is typically only produced in small batches for ceremonial and festive purposes. First the agave are cooked in an underground oven, then milled and fermented, and finally distilled once in a copper pot still. Before the second and final distillation, a piece of seasoned ham/pork is hung in the still and aromatic herbs, spices, and seasonal fruits are added into the distillate.

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.

3 reviews

4 out of 5



214 reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 stars2 days ago

Tastes like a poorly made Ensamble. Fin



28 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars1 month ago

Lot 00110
Espadin, Mexicano, & Tobasiche
Spice and citrus on the nose. Meaty and salty on the tongue. Round with a nice balance of sweet and savory. Finish is warm and slightly bitter.



17 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars3 months ago

I really like this one! An aroma of sweet melon and citrus. Salty, smoky and meaty flavour with some spice (very much like pork). Very rich and savoury flavour, absolutely delicious! In my top 5!

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