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Legendario Domingo Ensamble

Legendario Domingo Ensamble is made in Pie de la Meza, Michoacan. It has notes of hazelnut and toasted peanuts, almonds and pine, green apples, and ripe pineapple.

About this mezcal

Legendario Domingo Ensamble is made from wild maguey Cenizo (agave Sahuayenses) and agave Alto (agave Inaequidens) in Michoacan, Mexico. It is distilled in a filipino alembic still by the Pérez Family.

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). As of 2020, Legendario Domingo has three mezcals available for sale in the US and Mexico from three popular mezcal regions: Oaxaca, Michoacán, and Guerrero.

4 reviews

3.38 out of 5


El-Dawg

El-Dawg

43 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars2 weeks ago

Very creamy…notes of pine needles and some butterscotch on the finish. Clean and simple, but not as complex as expected. I purchased a 200ml taster, and happy I did. For ~$90 on a 750ml I could think of a dozen other bottles off hand that I think are money better spent. Slightly better than the ‘Oaxaca’ L.D mezcal, but for price I’d go with the other one all day.

tallchad

tallchad

11 reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 stars3 months ago

Very complex smoky aroma–good. Taste is like spicy pine-needles with some good heat on the way down.

Wild Common

Wild Common

7 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars3 months ago

FSKMICH-01 – Delicious, herbal, floral. Warm but smooth clean finish __ 86

Jonny

Jonny

425 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars1 year ago

Batch MICHEX-03. Bottle 023/516. Notes of dark fruit and perfume. Hints of indica and fresh dark dank bud. Plums, mango, papaya. Fruity and full. Additional notes of pepper and butterscotch on the finish.

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