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El Jolgorio Mexicano

El Jolgorio Mexicano tastes of light smoke, citrus, and peppers. It smells of roasted agave and syrup.

Rating: (10 reviews)
Brand:El Jolgorio Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O98X
Mezcalero:Ignacio Parada, Valentin Cortes
Agave:Mexicano
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Santa Maria Zoquitlan, Santiago Matatlan
ABV: 47%
Website: http://www.eljolgoriomezcal.com/
About this mezcal

El Jolgorio Mexicano smells of roasted agave and maple. It is made agave Mexicano (also known as Dobadaan in other communities), which grows to be quite large. This Mezcal is straightforward and right down the middle with hints of light smoke, citrus, and peppers.

El Jolgorio Mezcal

Traditional, artisanal Mezcal forms an important part of rituals, ceremonies and festivities - known as "Jolgorios" - in villages in Oaxaca, México. El Jolgorio Mezcals are made exclusively from different species and varieties of wild and semi-wild harvested agave by Maestro Mezcaleros in local villages in Oaxaca, and are twice distilled in copper pot stills. On every bottle is inscribed the species of agave, the age at harvest, the village of production, the name of the Maestro Mezcalero, and the batch and lot number so as to truly connect the drinker with the land, people, and plants at the heart and soul of our Mezcal. Each lot may have different information. Check your bottle for details.

10 reviews

4.2 of out 5 stars


Spirit_Chaser

Spirit_Chaser

16 reviews
3 weeks ago

Edition: 13, 2016, Ignacio Parada, 47%ABV

The nose is piney (pine sap), super spicy, minerals, lemon zest, along with some vegetal, roasted agave notes poking through. Roasted agave is more apparent on the taste as well as juicy fruit gum, lemon/lime, mineral, and some tropical fruit notes. Finish is long, semi-dry, and a little soapy. This Mexicano has a thin body but is extremely oily. Alin-in-all: Delicious!

PDutton

PDutton

52 reviews
1 month ago

Will try and update with batch info later, Ignacio Parada.

Big chocolates and some mint, with aspects of mole. Took a while to open up, but it has a great balanced finish with a good development upon entry. Proof is very in control with a complex nose and midpalate.

Rakhal

Rakhal

100 reviews
4 months ago

Lot 09. Ignacio Parada. Fresh berries, strawberries and raspberries, fresh mint, and wet forest leaves. Excellent Mexicano!

GreenspointTexas

GreenspointTexas

120 reviews
7 months ago

Would have liked to have given this 3.75/5. Didnt care for the finish. Smell was also a little light for me.

Solid but not worth the price. Would rather go with the Marca Negra

thamthong

thamthong

47 reviews
10 months ago

edition 6, 2014, 47.1% abv, ignacio parada. smells like a warm greenhouse full of agave and rocks, with a waft of boozy sweetness somewhere between acetone and floral notes. quite nice on the nose. light and smooth on the palate. vegetal sweetness, slightly toasty, mineral-heavy finish. leaves a nice aftertaste. very pleasant all around. trying not to let my love of other mexicano expressions weigh on my ranking of this. this is an easy 4, but relative to other mexicanos i’ve had that are among my favorites (mezcalero special #2, marca negra, vago), this verges on negligible. more a testament to how good those other ones are than anything else.

edition 6, 2014, 47.1% abv, ignacio parada. smells like a warm greenhouse full of agave and rocks, with a waft of boozy sweetness somewhere between acetone and floral notes. quite nice on the nose. light and smooth on the palate. vegetal sweetness, slightly toasty, mineral-heavy finish. leaves a nice aftertaste. very pleasant all around. trying not to let my love of other mexicano expressions weigh on my ranking of this. this is an easy 4, but relative to other mexicanos i’ve had t

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1 year ago

Delicate nose, slight funky quality. Really velvety/creamy in the mouth. Alcohol and menthol on the finish isn’t hot but lends itself to a mild hum.

Chris

Chris

36 reviews
1 year ago

Edicion 07 2014 329/800. Definitely in another class compared to the Rey Campero Mexicano. This one is clay, in a good way, like it was distilled from earth instead of a plant. Aroma on the nose is fantastic. I will be interested to compare this to the Marca Negra Dobadan, which has several fans as well.

Squashplayer

Squashplayer

26 reviews
1 year ago

2014. Bottle117/850. Batch 05. Very nice indeed. Slightly smoky and sweet on the initial nose. I detect jalapeños and cotton candy on the palate. Really smooth and easy to drink. Enjoyed this one.

razorbackmike

razorbackmike

92 reviews
2 years ago

absolute treat!becoming a huge fan of this agave.in the right hands,it can be sublime.the nose is faint.slight smell of hay and baked sugar.entry is almost like water but the flavor comes on strong.sweet cashew and sugar pea.some garden produce with notes of honey.the finish is medium in length and is incredible.notes of white pepper and vanilla.NO BURN and velvety.WOW!

Jonny

Jonny

323 reviews
2 years ago

2013. Batch 003-Mex. Bottle 167/360. This is spicy and very vegetal on the nose. On the palate, this is super grassy, like a fresh summer morning with notes of pollen and wet flowers. This is really, really good. There’s nothing too overpowering and it settles well after the sip is finished.

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