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Gusto Historico Tepextate

Gusto Historico Tepextate was made with Agave marmorata by maestro mezcalero Juan Vázquez in the community of Miahuatlan, Oaxaca.

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Category:Destilado de Agave
Brand:Gusto Histórico
Mezcalero:Juan Vázquez
Maguey:Tepeztate
Agave:Marmorata
Grind:Tahona
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Miahuatlan
ABV: 46.9%
Batch size: Batch 04.20.JV.TX: 200 liters
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About this destilado de agave

Gusto Historico Tepextate was made with Agave marmorata by maestro mezcalero Juan Vázquez in the community of Miahuatlan, Oaxaca. The agaves were cooked in an underground pit oven, milled by tahona, and double distilled in a copper alambique still.

Gusto Histórico

Gusto Histórico specializes in bringing unique destilados de agave y mezcales tradicionales to the market. The brand was started by one of the co-founders of famed Oaxacan mezcaleria Mezcaloteca, and the Gusto Histórico brand features many of the same producers, with a focus on preserving traditional production methods and practices.

2 reviews

3.5 out of 5


Zack Klamn

Zack Klamn

299 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars1 month ago

Nose – Big, fresh grassiness like you’ve taken a weed wacker to an overgrown lawn a foot high (OK, so you really let the chores go).

Palate – Initial sweetness like letting a few sugar crystals melt on your tongue. Grilled and charred poblano peppers. Aftershave gel. Campfire ash. A very, very rich Tepeztate (after about 2 oz in one sitting I could see if being a bit too much).

GreenspointTexas

GreenspointTexas

302 reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 stars2 months ago

Distractingly musty. Almost to the point of being off-putting. Like drinking a cologne made from an Army Surplus store. Mothballs (taste or smell? Ive never tasted them), heme, geueze like funk, blue cheese. Maybe others will like the profile, but for a Tep, this is out there

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