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Palenqueros Espadin – Madrecuishe

Palenqueros Espadin – Madrecuishe is made by Don Alberto “Beto” Ortiz, who mills his cooked agave by hand with wooden mallets.

About this mezcal

Palenqueros Espadin – Madrecuishe is made by maestro mezcalero Don Alberto “Beto” Ortiz in Miahuatlan, Oaxaca. Don Beto is renowned for his beautiful distillation and he’s become a legend in the area. This mezcal is complex with notes of lemon, mandarin, ginger, lemon, pineapple, and honey.

Palenqueros Mezcal

Palenqueros Mezcal is marketed as Single Palenque mezcal, meaning that it's produced by a single mezcalero at a single distilling facility. The brand is a collaboration project between Tradición Chagoya, which owns and operates other mezcal brands like Donaji and Los Cuerudos, and Velier Italia, an Italian spirits company.

2 reviews

3.25 out of 5


Jonny

Jonny

406 reviews
2 months ago

Batch AORN01. 1462 Bottles. Smells like Don Beto: flowers, perfume, minerals, and dryer sheets. FULL flavor. Big body. Palate has notes of cotton, fruit, vanilla… this has a lot going on but it is HOT. I didn’t realize how hot it was until later in the pour. This one creeps up on you. Lots of fire. It gets hotter the more you have. I’m a puntas guy so I like the heat, as long as there’s a good payout. This one feels like it’s coming in hot where it doesn’t need to.

Batch AORN01. 1462 Bottles. Smells like Don Beto: flowers, perfume, minerals, and dryer sheets. FULL flavor. Big body. Palate has notes of cotton, fruit, vanilla… this has a lot going on but it is HOT. I didn’t realize how hot it was until later in the pour. This one creeps up on you. Lots of fire. It gets hotter the more you have. I’m a puntas guy so I like the heat, as long as there’s a good payout. This one feels like it’s coming in hot where it doesn’t need to

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COak

COak

92 reviews
2 months ago

Ordered the Palenqueros Madrecuishe by Alberto Ortiz online but I got this sent to me instead, not quite as good as the pure madre. This needs to cool out, at 53% it’s a bit hot as I have it. Espadin flavors are more prominent. It has the nice Beto Ortiz/Miahuatlan mineral flavor that I like.

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