Los Danzantes (Los Nahuales) Anejo is made at Los Danzantes distillery in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. It’s traditionally produced and well-renowned.
Los Danzantes (Los Nahuales) Anejo
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|Brand:||Los Danzantes Mezcal, Los Nahuales Mezcal|
|Mezcalero:||Joel Antonio Juan, Karina Abad Rojas|
|Website:||http://www.losdanzantes.com, opens in new window|
About this mezcal
Los Danzantes (Los Nahuales) Anejo is made with agave espadin in Santiago Matatlan by mezcalera Karina Abad Rojas. After distillation, 85% of this mezcal is aged in French Oak barrels, and 15% is aged in American White Oak. After 16 months resting in these barrels, this mezcal is then bottled.
Los Danzantes Mezcal
Los Danzantes is made at the Los Danzantes distillery in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. The mezcals are branded as Los Nahuales in the USA due to trademark issues, and they go by Los Danzantes just about everywhere else. Though the mezcaleros behind this mezcal have been making it for generations, the Los Danzantes brand has been around since 1997.
Los Nahuales Mezcal
Los Nahuales mezcal is distilled at the Déstileria Los Danzantes in Santiago Matatlan, the world capital of mezcal, south of Oaxaca city. The mezcals are branded as Los Nahuales in the USA due to trademark issues. Though the mezcaleros behind this mezcal have been making it for generations, the Los Danzantes brand has been around since 1997.
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It smelled of the burnt rubber slightly but did not taste like it. It was fairly smooth and drinkable. At the Zarape Restaurant, Wyndham Hotel, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo. 380 pesos a shot.
Lote D11 Bot. No. 1337 / 1500. 46% Wow this is great Mezcal. Slightly smoky, cooked agave, vanilla, custard, caramel… really lovely.
A very definite specimen of a “real” mezcal. This is of my favorite treats, and I try to pick up a bottle at least once every year.
Funny, this was actually my very first mezcal, and I didn’t particularly like it. It was expensive (for me, anyway), so I was determined to finish it. By the time it was half empty, I had come to understand more about the distillation process, and what made this one special. Now it is at the very top of my appreciation list!
Quite enjoyable but I would like more concentrated scent and slightly better balanced mouthfeel. Notes of flowers, caramel, cooked agave and deep fried banana. Golden brown liquid.
easy 5 star.lots of spice, vanilla,honey,and floral notes.no one flavor dominates.the finish is long with nice black pepper and spice.truly a treat!again,the agave fruit stands out with this brand!wow!