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Palenqueros Espadin – Mexicano – Bicuishe

Palenqueros Espadin – Mexicano – Bicuishe is an Ensamble from Don Valente Angel, who is well-known internationally for his mezcal production.

About this mezcal

Palenqueros Espadin – Mexicano – Bicuishe is made by meastro mezcalero Don Valente Angel Garcia in his tiny community outside of Miahuatlan. The agaves are cooked, milled, fermented, and distilled together. Look for notes of pear, plum, ginger, coconut, licorice, and sage.

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.

4 reviews

4.1 of out 5 stars



367 reviews
1 week ago

Classic Don Valente. Reminds me of Mezcalero #18. I get the jump from Mexicano to Espadin to Karwinskii.. but there is also this green crayon element here which is different. I think the crayon note I’m getting is the dryer sheet flavor some of the other reviewers have mentioned. It is not necessarily bad but it not flawless like some of this other releases. Batch VGEN01.



87 reviews
5 months ago

Batch VGEN01. Sometimes I really enjoy a candied mezcal and this delivers in that respect. This reminds me a bit of the Mezcalero Especial #2 also made by Don Valente, with it’s bubblegum profile. Up front it is candied, with it’s finish, like Jonny said, taste a bit like dryer sheets, not in a bad way. The price point is on point.



169 reviews
6 months ago

Sweet. Herbal. Almost too sweet… keeping it from being closer to a 4.5 for me

Very good, best of the Palenqueros line



387 reviews
7 months ago

Batch VGEN01. 1,102 bottles. Bubblegum on the nose! Lots of juicy bubble gum an dcandy aromas aromas. Palate has notes of cotton, new t-shirts, fresh laundry, dryer sheets, and flan. Amazing! Don Valente doesn’t let down on this one. Big and full.

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