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Marca Negra Cupreata

Marca Negra Cupreata is a special edition mezcal that has been released at least twice, each time featuring a different producer.

Rating: (1 review)
Brand:Marca Negra Mezcal
Mezcalero:Faustino Castro, Lorenzo Gonzalez
Agave:Cupreata
Style:Joven
State:Guerrero
Town:Chilapa
ABV: 48-52%
About this mezcal

Marca Negra Cupreata is made with agave Cupreata from Chilapa, Guerrero. This is a special edition that has been released at least twice, from two different producers: maestro mezcalero Faustino Castro and Lorenzo Gonzalez. The batch from Faustino was 48% ABV with just 500 bottles. The batch from Lorenzo was 52% ABV with just 350 bottles.

Marca Negra Mezcal

Mezcal Marca Negra is made for all who wish to explore and embrace the ancient traditions of true mezcal. The handprint on the bottle represents the tireless work of the master distillers and the ancient knowledge that marks each and every batch. Marca Negra seeks the purest and most diverse expressions of this fantastic spirit, wherever they made be found. Due to limited batch production, the product line changes constantly. New mezcal varieties are created while others cease to exist. Mezcal Marca Negra is 48% ABV or higher because the mezcal is bottled at the alcohol level preferred by the maestro mezcaleros. Check your bottles for details about each specific batch.

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1 review

4.5 out of 5


edgy4sure

edgy4sure

37 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars2 months ago

Ok, i got this in OCT while in MX, actually my wife bought it for me for my b-day (it was really expensive….like pushing $200). Upon getting home I was very anxious to try this, so I did and found it to be wonderful. It smelled and tasted, to me, kind of like sweet tarts. strange indeed.

now, that said, I went back in after a few weeks and I could hardly stand the smell and taste – I have no idea what happened. I haven’t tried it since that 2nd try, so I need to go back again and see what’s up. Marca Negra is one of my favorite brands in general, and this varietal is very compelling…

Well, I tried it again last night and once again, it was bangin! As I remember from the 1st try – not sure what might have been going on w/my palate on the 2nd try but something weird was up. if you get a chance to get this rare bottle, I advise you do so. Move up to 4.5 stars

Ok, i got this in OCT while in MX, actually my wife bought it for me for my b-day (it was really expensive….like pushing $200). Upon getting home I was very anxious to try this, so I did and found it to be wonderful. It smelled and tasted, to me, kind of like sweet tarts. strange indeed.
now, that said, I went back in after a few weeks and I could hardly stand the smell and taste – I have no idea what happened. I haven’t tried it since that 2nd try, so I need to go back again a

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