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Mezcalosfera Bicuishe/ Coyote/ Madrecuixe/ Tepextate – Felipe Cortes

Mezcalosfera Bicuishe/ Coyote/ Madrecuixe/ Tepextate is produced by the legendary mezcalero Felipe Cortes.

About this destilado de agave

Mezcalosfera Bicuishe/ Coyote/ Madrecuixe/ Tepextate is produced by Felipe Cortés. He is a legendary producer in the Miahuatlan community, and it is known throughout Mexico.

Mezcalosfera de Mezcaloteca

Mezcalosfera de Mezcaloteca is the exported bottling from Mezcaloteca, the famous bar in Oaxaca City that is renowned for their educational tastings. They source all of their agave spirits directly from producers in seldom-traveled parts of Oaxaca that are often hard to get to. They put an exceptional amount of information on their labels, and all of their releases are very small batches that exhibit the most unique characteristics of mezcal. Though only a few batches have been brought into the US, there are dozens upon dozens of different varieties available for sale at their tasting room in Oaxaca City. Most of their spirits are labeled “Aguardiente de Agave”, however all of their limited exports are certified “Mezcal”. These mezcals are imported into the United States by Heavy Metl Premium Imports, which also imports popular brands Mezcal Real Minero and Rey Campero Mezcal.

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars2 months ago

48.4% abv, Lote D14MUSA-22

Review #133: Nose is cucumber, jalapeno, pickle, lemon, molasses, roasted peanuts, and salted peanuts.
Palate has lemon, grapefruit, lime, and cucumber up front, then some fresh herbs, grass, and pickle, and on the finish some nuts and jalapeno.

This is a great ensamble. It feels heavy on the bicuixe from fresh brashness of it. It has solid complexity and acidity with the slightly bitter fruits. The nuttiness keeps this fun as it turns a touch dry as it gets to the finish.

48.4% abv, Lote D14MUSA-22
Review #133: Nose is cucumber, jalapeno, pickle, lemon, molasses, roasted peanuts, and salted peanuts.
Palate has lemon, grapefruit, lime, and cucumber up front, then some fresh herbs, grass, and pickle, and on the finish some nuts and jalapeno.
This is a great ensamble. It feels heavy on the bicuixe from fresh brashness of it. It has solid complexity and acidity with the slightly bitter fruits. The nuttiness keeps this fun as it turns a touch dry as it gets to the fin

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