The Bruxo No. 4 Ensamble is made with maguey Espadin, Barril, and Cuishe in the community of Las Salinas, Oaxaca.
Bruxo No. 4 Ensamble
|Rating:||(7 reviews) - Write a review|
|Mezcalero:||Cesareo "Hero" Rodriguez|
|Maguey:||Barril, Cuishe, Espadin|
|Website:||http://www.bruxomezcal.com/, opens in new window|
About this mezcal
Bruxo No. 4 is made by mezcalero Hero Rodriguez in the village of Las Salinas. The Ensamble is made with Espadin, Barril, and Cuishe maguey that have citrus and herbal notes.
Bruxo was created by a group of friends who love and honor the country of Mexico. They discovered the magic of mezcal, but above all, its people. Brujo is synonymous with shaman, wise, illuminated; and the “X ” in Bruxo then refers to the pronunciation of their origin lands, Oaxaca and México. Each bottle of Bruxo may vary slightly from lot to lot, so make sure to check your bottle for details.
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Lot 01544D, bottle 228
A delicious and weighty Mezcal. Almost oily on the tongue but I think the karwinski agave ratio to the espadin is top. Ensures a sweeter,medium smoke product with a soft brown sugar top, lingering earthy finish (almost wet soil). Good hit of citrus on the palette too.Good entry to ensembles.
Let it in ya! Get it up ya!
Juan jo4 reviews
A mezcal as a digestive after a salty meal
Woody, smokey, earthy, citrus fruit and very rugged/raw. Everything in the expressions seemed to be weighty and not my favorite mezcal to sip neat although for folks who like really direct flavors without much complexity this is for you. Well made mezcal to be sure – just not for the faint of heart.
huge ensemble fan here and Bruxo did not dissappoint. will buy again
Citrus notes on the nose, heavy body, heavy citrus notes to the palette.
An okay Bruxo ensamble from Cesareo Rodriguez. Great nose. The agave Karwinskii flavors are kind of muted. There is lots of citrus, like lemon syrup and orange peel. Not a ton of flavor. Lot 82754D.
Lot 82754. Very clean on the nose with vegetal aromas. This Mezcal has some strong fruity notes of orange, plantain, and grapefruit. It’s complex and balanced with a lingering finish. Highly recommend this one.