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Legendario Domingo Durango Cenizo

Legendario Domingo Cenizo is made with Maguey cenizo (Agave duranguensis) in Nombre de Dios, Durango by the familia mezcalera Colón.

About this mezcal

Legendario Domingo Cenizo is made with Maguey cenizo (Agave duranguensis) in Nombre de Dios, Durango by the familia mezcalera Colón. The agaves are cooked in an underground oven, milled with an electric shredder, fermented in wooden tanks, and distilled in an alembic still with a conical stainless steel cap.

Legendario Domingo Mezcal

Legendario Domingo appears in the middle of festivity, color and celebrations of each of its places of origin. The Sundays (domingos) that are lived in a different way, as an opportunity for celebrating traditions, festivities and mixing reality with fantasy. The joy of each region makes an ordinary Sunday into a Legendary Sunday (Legendario Domingo).

5 reviews

4.2 out of 5

Joel Gutierrez

Joel Gutierrez

1 review
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars3 weeks ago

I first tried Legendario Domingo’s Espadin (from Oaxaca) and thought it was a good mezcal but I reminded me of some other espadins, of course. Then I had the Ensamble from Michoacán and I felt like that one was really well balanced. That one got me interested in learning more about Legendario’s product range.

I met Julian, the brands founder at an event in Cabo and he suggested I tried the Cenizo which is from Durango. When I came home I ordered a bottle and I found it to be a really special distill, quite unlike anything else I had tried.

I´m still halfway with this first bottle but would like to extend my review once I have finished it and I have put together a coulpe of friends comments.

So far, so good. I can already tell this one is a keeper as I would try to have a Cenizo bottle at hand everytime I sit down to have mezcal! Congrats on the Durango edition.

I first tried Legendario Domingo’s Espadin (from Oaxaca) and thought it was a good mezcal but I reminded me of some other espadins, of course. Then I had the Ensamble from Michoacán and I felt like that one was really well balanced. That one got me interested in learning more about Legendario’s product range.
I met Julian, the brands founder at an event in Cabo and he suggested I tried the Cenizo which is from Durango. When I came home I ordered a bottle and I found it to be a real

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Rakhal

Rakhal

361 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars2 months ago

Lot LDMDGOEX-02. Spicy and delicious! Sandalwood, new sneakers, ginger, and black pepper.

Zack Klamn

Zack Klamn

418 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars12 months ago

Lote No. LDMDGOEX-02 (Bottle 127/132)

Nose – Ahhh, those lovely funky (roasted parm cheese wafer), candy sweet (green apple jolly rancher) Cenizo notes. Yum!

Palate – Medium viscosity. Brand new tennis balls. Lawn clippings. Grape Kool-aid sweetness in the middle. Nice bump in both warmth and smokiness in the finish.

A very good, all-round Cenizo. Well balanced throughout.

razorbackmike

razorbackmike

134 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars1 year ago

wow!beautiful mezcal.popping the top on this was like sticking your nose into a fresh bowl of green grapes.all the cenizos i have sampled seem to have that candy fruit profile.the palate reminds me of sweet tarts candy and a nice grape finish.fresh and delicious with a slight bite!

TzotollineRaramuri

TzotollineRaramuri

75 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars1 year ago

Lot DDGO-01; Bottle 3/420
?- clear
?- drying & warming impact.
Aromas of vegetal, zucchini, garrigue, lime zest, floral nectar, waxy honeycomb, honey, calcium, cedar and pine wood.
Adequate and complex production aroma.
Average length and fine character.
?- coating and astringent effect; sufficient smooth alcohol; medium body.
Primarily sweet taste with highlights of sour, bitter, salty and piquancy; buttery smoothness.
Flavors of lemon, squash, raw brown sugar, thyme, cooked plantain.
Concentrated flavor intensity, complex character, correct balance.
Pleasant and very long finish.
Very good to excellent overall impression.
*Very complex palate structure, unique, well balanced, complex polyphenols, yet not extra ordinary.

Learn more about organoleptic evaluation at the International Wine & Spirits Guild’s seminar in Fine Spirits,
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Lot DDGO-01; Bottle 3/420
?- clear
?- drying & warming impact.
Aromas of vegetal, zucchini, garrigue, lime zest, floral nectar, waxy honeycomb, honey, calcium, cedar and pine wood.
Adequate and complex production aroma.
Average length and fine character.
?- coating and astringent effect; sufficient smooth alcohol; medium body.
Primarily sweet taste with highlights of sour, bitter, salty and piquancy; buttery smoothness.
Flavors of lemon, squash, raw brown sugar, thyme, cooked plantain.
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