La Herencia de Sanchez Pechuga de Codorniz is made with a unique blend of tropical fruit and quail breasts that are added before the second distillation.
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|Mezcalero:||Romulo Sanchez Parada|
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About this mezcal
La Herencia de Sanchez Pechuga de Codorniz is made with agave Espadin in Candelaria Yegole, Oaxaca. Unlike pechuga mezcal from most other producers, maestro mezcalero Romulo Sanchez Parada only distills this mezcal twice. After the first distillation, he adds raw pineapple, banana, and quail breasts (codorniz is Spanish for quail). The result is a pleasantly balanced pechuga that stands out from others with it’s unique blend of tropical fruit and use of quail.
La Herencia de Sánchez Mezcal
Romulo Sanchez Parada has been carrying on his family’s traditional mezcal production in Candelaria Yegole, Oaxaca for years, and La Herencia de Sánchez is one of the brands that he uses to bottle and release the mezcal made at his palenque. The brand has been sold in Mexico for years, and people outside of Mexico may be more familiar with his other brand, Rey Campero, which is also made exclusively by him and his family.