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Miel de Tierra Anejo

Miel de Tierra Anejo has aromas of honey, hibiscus, coconut cream. It tastes of caramelized pineapple, honey roasted macadamia nut, and papaya.

About this mezcal

Miel de Tierra Anejo is aged for five years in oak casks after distillation. This mezcal is produced more similarly to modern tequila, using a mechanical shredder, autoclave oven, and a copper pot still. It’s made with blue tequilana agave.

Miel de Tierra Mezcal

Miel de Tierra means Earth’s Honey, and the name comes from the sweet, amber-flushed tree sap, which can only be found in virgin barrels made of fresh natural oak timber. Given the name, Miel de Tierra has a robust barrel-aging program and they also have several unaged releases. Their location in southern Zacatecas makes them a fairly unique brand internationally.

2 reviews

4 out of 5


MezcAleman

MezcAleman

11 reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 stars10 months ago

On the nose vanilla and, surprise, honey. Reminds me to bourbon on the nose.
On the palate smooth and sweet. Warm honey aftertaste. I don’t get any fruit. Not bad but not my favorite type of mezcal.

NickSanford

NickSanford

23 reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 stars2 years ago

Love this one especially when considering the price. Sipping it neat gives it a strong honey and smoked pineapple flavors that’s a very smooth finish. Once its put on the rocks it transforms into flavors like macadamia nut, coconut cream, and vanilla. I call it the transformer Mezcal and easily one of my favorite Anejos.

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