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Cenizo Colonial Hacienda Dolores

Cenizo Colonial Hacienda Dolores has notes of smoked meat, mesquite, and light hints of pepper and dried herbs on the finish.

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Brand:Cenizo Colonial Mezcal
NOM:NOM-D175G
Mezcalero:Fabiola Ávila
Maguey:Cenizo
Agave:Durangensis
Grind:Shredder
Distillation:Copper, Steel
Style:Joven
State:Durango
ABV: 41%
About this mezcal

Cenizo Colonial Hacienda Dolores is made with maguey Cenizo (agave Duranguensis). The Gutierrez family and Fabiola Avila produce this lighter maguey Cenizo mezcal at their own historic Hacienda Dolores, and their agaves come from the hills of their own Rancho La Campana de Santa Elena in Mezquital. They roast the agave using traditional underground ovens, ferment in pine vats using only wild yeast from the air, and distill using copper and stainless steel pot stills similar to those used in Oaxacan mezcal production.

Cenizo Colonial Mezcal

Cenizo Colonial Mezcal is a single village concept from Germán Gutierrez and his family, starting with one from their own historic Hacienda Dolores in Durango City, dating back to the 17th Century, and another from producer Enrique de la Cruz in San Miguel Temoaya. Further products will be added from different villages and towns throughout Durango with a focus on showcasing terroir differences on Agave duranguensis. These producers have been planting about 50,000 new agave Cenizos every year since 2012. Starting around 2021, expect Cenizo Colonial to be sourced from 100% semi-wild agaves.

1 review

4.5 out of 5


Anthony84proof

Anthony84proof

2 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars6 months ago

Fantastic value for the money. A bit more smoke than the other mezcal in this line, but still not overpowering. Leans more savory with bacon fat and soft herbs.

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