Marca Negra Ensamble is made with several different types of agave. There are two different releases of this mezcal and both editions are worth trying.
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|Brand:||Marca Negra Mezcal|
|Mezcalero:||Alberto Ortiz, Basilio Pacheco|
|Agave:||Bicuishe, Espadin, Madrecuishe, Mexicano, Sanmartin|
|Town:||Ejutla, Santa Maria La Pila|
About this mezcal
Mezcal Marca Negra Ensamble is made by two different mezcaleros in two different towns. Make sure to check your bottle for exact details. Older releases were made by Alberto (Don Beto) Ortiz in Santa Maria La Pila, Miahuatlan, Oaxaca with agaves Espadin, Bicuishe and Madrecuixe. It has a semisweet beginning with citrus and yellow plum , clove and white pepper, and a floral end. As of 2017, the Mezcal Marca Negra ensambles are produced by Basilio Pacheco in La Noria, Ejutla, Oaxaca with agaves Espadin, Mexicano, and Sanmartin (sp. Karwinskii) using 1/3 of each type of agave.
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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