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Gusto Historico Tobala – Juárez

Gusto Historico Tobala is made by Ignacio Juárez and traditionally produced in the community of Miahuatlan, Oaxaca.

Rating: (4 reviews)
Category:Destilado de Agave
Brand:Gusto Histórico
Mezcalero:Ignacio Juarez
ABV: 48%
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About this destilado de agave

Gusto Historico Tobala is made by Ignacio Juárez and traditionally produced, with the agaves cooked in an underground pit oven. The agaves are milled by tahona, fermented with naturally occurring yeasts, and double distilled in a copper alembique 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.

Member rating

4.5 out of 5

4 reviews



229 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars1 month ago

Batch IJ.04.21.TB. Big aromas of fresh oranges. This is a citrusy tobala, vegetal as well with a peppery finish. Absolutely worth trying for a different perspective on tobala.



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Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars3 months ago

Tobala never seems to produce signature flavors meaning every Tobala mezcal might go in a different direction flavor-wise. This one is incredibly vegetal and quite unique. Drinks a bit soft, no alcohol bite even on the finish. Grey label. Batch IJ.04.21.TB, 100 liters.



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Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars10 months ago

Lot IJ.04.22.TB. Aromas of ginger root, spicy jalapeño, vanilla extract, and rose pedals. The palate is soft with notes of strawberry cream, raisins, and some light dry herbs. Really enjoyable and delicate.



156 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars10 months ago

Lot IJ.04.21.TB, 48% abv

Review #37: very spicy florals reminiscent of some gin. Lavender, juniper, jalapeno, green pepper, light sweetness that i couldn’t pick apart.

The gin note threw me off but it doesn’t actually taste like gin, just a similar blend of a bunch of florals and spices. This is unlike most other tobalas that I’ve had. Still somewhat floral, but very vegetal overall. Definitely a unique and very delicious mezcal.

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