Powered by 100% agave

Ojo de Tigre Joven

Ojo de Tigre is a project with actor Luis Gerardo Mendez, who starred in The Noble Family, which was Mexico’s highest grossing film when it was released.

About this mezcal

Ojo de Tigre Joven is produced with maguey Espadin (agave Angustifolia) from Oaxaca and maguey Tobala (agave Potatorum) from Puebla. The agaves are cooked in an underground pit over, milled with a tahona, and double distilled in a copper alembique still. This mezcal is produced by Casa Ausencio León in Tlacolula De Matamoros, Oaxaca.

Ojo de Tigre Mezcal

Ojo de Tigre Mezcal is part of the Casa Lumbre portfolio, which includes the brands Montelobos and Ancho Reyes. The Ojo de Tigre (Eye of the Tiger) brand is named after the Tiger's eye stone, which is known for it's good fortune. The brand is a collaboration with renowned Mexican actor and producer Luis Gerardo Mendez.

In July 2020, Pernod Ricard invested in the brand. Pernod Ricard controls a massive portfolio of spirits which also includes mezcal brands Del Maguey and Pierde Almas.

6 reviews

2.83 out of 5


Zack Klamn

Zack Klamn

108 reviews
Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars5 months ago

Lote: BC001
Nose: Beaucoup smoke. Felt pen. Sweet n’ Low.

Palate: More viscous than expected. Mineral and smoky – some agave sweetness but you gotta dig deep. For a 40% APV it’s stiff. Ash aftertaste.

Not a glowing description but I do like it and it’s good value at 30 bucks.

Bandoleroo

Bandoleroo

9 reviews
Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars5 months ago

A fan of the actor not so much of the product. Tasted neat in several bars and it was always light,mineraly, and tad bitter. I was told they mix the finished product together. So the agave’s never meet and go through the artisanal process together.

Tyler

Tyler

464 reviews
Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars7 months ago

Was expecting worse. In Mexico this is 37% and from NOM-O12X which produces a lot of low-quality mezcal. This US release is 40% from NOM-O649X. Maybe it is the same juice with 3% more booze, maybe not? Either way, it isn’t horrible. It is light with some fruity notes along with some saline and minerality. I don’t get a ton of organize agave flavors here which is a downside. It is almost like mezcal flavored watery alcohol. The 200ml bottle is fun. Lote BC001.

TheAgaveFairy

TheAgaveFairy

137 reviews
Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars8 months ago

BC001
Gentle, slightly herby but good fruits. Tropical fruits (mango, kiwi), floral, plums. More tobala character than expected. Some mild vanilla, Ceylon, tarragon.

Gentle here as well, with an interesting perfumed character on entry that finishes more like espadin. Slightly viscous, more than expected, needs some acidity. Not much bitterness.

5/10 on the t8ke scale. Really great stuff for an entry level product. The tobala is here without bringing Sharpie tones etc.

Firesidesipper

Firesidesipper

26 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars10 months ago

A nice ensemble. Crisp and clean with tropical fruits and mineral notes. A bit light at 37% ABV. I was given a 200 ml bottle as a gift. It had had no lot or bottle number listed.

booyaka2

booyaka2

7 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars11 months ago

I’m a huge fan of Both Espadin and Tobala and this one blends them nicely. Craft so you can tell its cared for and made in small batches.

Review this bottle

Login or create an account to add your tasting notes

Back to top