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Eterna Libertad

Eterna Libertad is made with a special recipe that gives it a unique aroma and flavor for cocktails or for sipping neat.

Rating: (6 reviews)
Brand:Eterna Libertad Mezcal
Mezcalero:Pedro Santiago
Agave:Espadin
Grind:Shredder
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Santiago Matatlan
ABV: 40%
Age of plant: 6-7 years
Website: http://www.eternalibertad.com/
About this mezcal

Eterna Libertad is made with agave Espadin that is cooked in an underground pit oven. Once cooked, the agave are shredded using an industrial shredder. They are then fermented and double-distilled in copper stills. During the second distillation, cocoa seed oil and the peels of seasonal tropical fruit are added to the still to create somewhat of a vegan pechuga. The result is a balanced mezcal that shows bright flashes of orange, grapefruit, chocolate, and leather. Eterna Libertad won double gold at the SIP awards in 2018.

Eterna Libertad Mezcal

Eterna Libertad mezcal is from Oaxaca, Mexico. The brand is focused on highlighting the beauty of Mexico through an elegant, luxury bottle design, image, and branding. Though the producers of their batches may vary, each batch follows the same recipe that includes the addition of fresh cocoa seed oils and tropical fruits to the second distillation.

6 reviews

4 of out 5 stars


Tyler on Aug 16, 2018

219 reviews

  • Overall:

A very unique mezcal as it is a vegan pechuga made with fruit. The bottle doesn’t really advertise this method so someone expecting a normal agave Espadin mezcal might be surprised. You can taste the fruit upfront – there is almost a creamsicle flavor there along with notes of pear infused water. There is a bit of an odd aftertaste, like the tart sugar of Airhead candy which lingers on the palate.

Jonny on Aug 15, 2018

235 reviews

  • Overall:

Very sweet with strong notes of orange peel and freshly brewed coffee. It has slight aromas of green agave and clean sweet peppers. This is good sipped, but probably better in a cocktail. The extended aftertaste of this is a bit of a turnoff.

soyarnaiz on Jun 1, 2018

1 review

  • Overall:

A mezcal of notes and exquisite aromas, capable of adapting to a wide variety of types of cocktails, with different food pairings and complex enough to be tasted alone. But beyond that, Eterna Libertad is an experience; I consider myself a person who appreciates design and who is in the constant search for beauty in what surrounds me, and for me this mezcal, is an authentic piece of art … If you have not tried it yet, I really hope you do.

Kon-tiki on Jun 1, 2018

9 reviews

  • Overall:

Tasted a sample of this that was floating around….not sure if it’s available in the US yet…. It was a batch from Ejutla made by Carlos Medina Gonzalez in 2015…Overall it was enjoyable…Strong aromas of cocoa….faint tasting notes of grapefruit, orange, lemon….Lots of subtle yet zesty fruit. Probably better in a cocktail but still tasty when sipped neat.

VeroMorales on Jun 1, 2018

1 review

  • Overall:

Eterna Libertad!
The best mezcal I have tasted. Really!…
Its flavor is delicious….You will love it.. And its bottle is so elegant and pretty…. Eterna libertad is unique!

lamezcalillera on May 31, 2018

2 reviews

  • Overall:

Mezcal of great flavor and body, aromatic, fruity and citrus notes.
light smoked, great agave flavor cooked with honeyed notes.
the best mezcal I have tasted!

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