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La Herencia de Sanchez Ponche de Frutas

La Herencia de Sanchez Ponche de Frutas is made with a special blend of herbs and spices that are added during distillation.

Rating: (4 reviews)
Brand:La Herencia de Sánchez Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O185X
Mezcalero:Romulo Sanchez Parada
Agave:Espadin
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Candelaria Yegole
ABV: 48%
Website: http://www.mezcalreycampero.com/index.php/mezcales
About this mezcal

La Herencia de Sanchez Ponche de Frutas is made with agave Espadin by maestro mezcalero Romulo Sanchez Parada. This mezcal is made using a special blend of seasonally available herbs and spices. It has hints of prunes, guava, and cinnamon.

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.

4 reviews

4.3 of out 5 stars


thamthong

thamthong

46 reviews
7 months ago

lot D5002-FR, nov 2016, bottle 156/181. it took me a while to figure out what this one smelled like. runts, epsecially banana. fruit and spice galore on entry, agave nectar, hot on the end. very tasty but a little rough around the edges. perhaps needed a little more time in the glass to open up and even out. giving it 4 stars in good faith, as my experience with freshly opened bottles is that they really come into their own as soon as a week after being exposed to the elements. as of now it’s drinking like a 3.5.

lot D5002-FR, nov 2016, bottle 156/181. it took me a while to figure out what this one smelled like. runts, epsecially banana. fruit and spice galore on entry, agave nectar, hot on the end. very tasty but a little rough around the edges. perhaps needed a little more time in the glass to open up and even out. giving it 4 stars in good faith, as my experience with freshly opened bottles is that they really come into their own as soon as a week after being exposed to the elements. as of now

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stachenbooze

stachenbooze

2 reviews
1 year ago

We carry both this and the Pechuga at the Mezcaleria. Both expressions are amazing and the fruity spice on this one doesn’t let you down.

Jonny

Jonny

303 reviews
1 year ago

Lot DS003-FR from September 2017. Bottle 231/516. The name says it all! This is as close to fruit punch as you can get. It smells like fruit punch and tastes like fruit punch. Very sweet aromas of tropical fruit. Rounded and warm on the palate. Soft touches of pineapple, oranges, and rich guava fruit. This is actually refreshing, like I’d want to drink it on a warm sunny day. Totally unique and really really tasty.

Squashplayer

Squashplayer

25 reviews
1 year ago

Mezcal for dessert?! This is it. This “fruit punch” mezcal has the apple like flavor of the Mexican fruit tejocote along with faint smokey cinnamon on the palate. Try this after a meal with something sweet. I like this one very much. Bottle 228/516 from Sept 2017

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