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Legendario Domingo Espadin

Legendario Domingo Espadin is made in the village of San Luis del Rio, Oaxaca. It’s produced by Maestro Mezcalero Gregorio Velasco.

Rating: (6 reviews)
Brand:Legendario Domingo Mezcal
NOM:NOM-F369D
Mezcalero:Gregorio Velasco Luis
Agave:Espadin
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:San Luis del Rio
ABV:48%
Website:http://domingomezcal.com/
About this mezcal

Legendario Domingo is made with agave Espadin. It has mature citrus aromas that mix nicely with the presence of sweet cooked agave. Those aromas are met with a fruity flavor derived from the tropical fruits of the region, which slowly soak into the agave as they age 8-10 years before maturity.

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.

6 reviews

4.4 of out 5 stars


Jdouglass

Jdouglass

5 reviews
3 weeks ago

LDMEX-17. Delightful, and a great value IMO. Lots of ripe pineapple and earth notes with just a hint of smoke and a complete lack of any resinous flavors from the pit. At 48% those flavors are tight and bright and come across really well. Great as a nipper and great in a cocktail when you don’t want to use the usual suspects that are aimed for a bar’s rail. This one will be in my regular rotation.

Gregg T&T

Gregg T&T

30 reviews
4 weeks ago

Medium to high roast, pineapple and tropical fruit. Palate is citrus-orange peel with that espadin profile and slightly earthy. Balanced finish with enjoyable heat. Solid value proposition.

Rakhal

Rakhal

148 reviews
1 month ago

Lot: FSK 09X.01 Surprisingly good, especially for the price! When I first opened it the smell was pure nail polish remover, but within a few minutes it mellowed out to a nice subtle fruity aroma. The taste was orange creamsicle, lemon peel, spearmint lifesavers, rosewater, and cinnamon sticks. A really nice Espadin!

Jebus.NG

Jebus.NG

1 review
11 months ago

this one is in my top 3 mezcals ever, easy to deal with to be a espadín, taste like an old school, plus the price is really good

GreenspointTexas

GreenspointTexas

170 reviews
1 year ago

Very good for an espadin and for the price

gb.isaac

gb.isaac

1 review
1 year ago

First one I tried and probably the best to start with, this espadín is quite different from the variety I’ve been trying over the years, what sets it apart is the earthy yet fresh taste, not as smokey as you would’ve imagined, legendario domingo is coming strong and straight to the palate on this one.

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