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El Buho Especial Mango

The El Buho Especial Mango mezcal is made by adding ripe mangos to the third distillation of El Buho Espadin, much like the style of Pechuga mezcal, but without the protein.

Rating: (3 reviews)
Brand:El Buho Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O110X
Mezcalero:Octavio Jimenez Monterroza
Agave:Espadin
Grind:Tahona
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven, Pechuga
State:Oaxaca
Town:Santiago Matatlan
ABV:48%
Batch size:409 liters (Lot 01/MNGO)
Release year:2019
Website:https://elbuhomezcal.com/
About this mezcal

El Buho Especial Mango is produced by Octavio Jimenez Monterroza in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca using agave Espadin. The agaves are crushed by a horse-drawn tahona, cooked for 7 days in a stone oven, and fermented for 8 days in pine vats. This unique batch of mango mezcal is made by adding ripe mangos to the third distillation, much like the style of pechuga mezcal, only without any animal meat. This mezcal has a bright nose of ripe mango followed by a smooth agave notes reminiscent of a pechuga. The finish is cooked agave with green pepper notes.

El Buho Mezcal

El Buho Mezcal was founded by Jose Isaac "Pepe" Jimenez Mendez, relative of Master Mezcalero Octavio Jiménez Monterroza, and TJ Steele, a Brooklyn-based chef. TJ and Pepe launched their mezcal brand with a mission to deliver a high-quality mezcal at an affordable price in an iconic bottle. El Buho Mezcal is a small batch mezcal that is made in the heart of Oaxaca. Their mezcal is produced by the same family that produces Fidencio.

3 reviews

4.5 of out 5 stars


pallzley

pallzley

10 reviews
3 months ago

May 2018, 46% abv. lot 1/MNGO, 409 liters total
I like the bottle, lol. Hefty oversized hip-flask, and the owl drawing shimmers in some lights.

Upon pouring it has aromas of ripe but uncut mango among delicate notes of cooked agave and a touch of sandlewood smoke. Simple bouquet smells nice – if not a bit subdued – I started seeing fruit flies shortly after pouring. Taste is simple and full succinctly of candied but fresh white and green peppers, with a medium-ripe mango showing in the mid-palate. In fact, I worried it would have been either overdone or boring after this point of the taste. The espadin distillate presence and mango notes are integrated better than I had expected. Aftertaste of mango pulp, saline, slate, and a familiar hint of smokey incense that grows more apparent after emptying the glass.

May 2018, 46% abv. lot 1/MNGO, 409 liters total
I like the bottle, lol. Hefty oversized hip-flask, and the owl drawing shimmers in some lights.
Upon pouring it has aromas of ripe but uncut mango among delicate notes of cooked agave and a touch of sandlewood smoke. Simple bouquet smells nice – if not a bit subdued – I started seeing fruit flies shortly after pouring. Taste is simple and full succinctly of candied but fresh white and green peppers, with a medium-ripe mango showing in

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Jonny

Jonny

360 reviews
10 months ago

Very faint aromas of sweet tropical juice. The palate is FULL of mango! Holy smokes. The mango really shines on this. It’s thin, like other vegan pechugas, but I love mango and this totally rocks my world. This is like biting into a ripe mango.

Tyler

Tyler

348 reviews
10 months ago

Rich mango nose. The ripe mango flavors shine through the mezcal perfectly. Sweet and fruity with an soft agave Espadin backdrop. Some mezcal fans might this this is gimmicky and it might be but damn it is tasty.

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