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Pescador de Sueños Arroqueno

Pescador de Sueños Arroqueno has notes of bright and herbal roasted agave with sweet fruity flavors and a full mouthfeel.

Rating: (1 review)
Brand:Pescador de Sueños Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O258X
Mezcalero:Tio Fernando
Agave:Arroqueno
Distillation:Clay Pot
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Sola de Vega
ABV:48%
Website:http://www.pescadordesueños.com
About this mezcal

Pescador de Sueños Arroqueno is made with the mighty and grand wild agave Arroqueno in Sola de Vega, Oaxaca. Tio Fernando’s family has been making mezcal for generations and he distills all his mezcal in small clay pots, which is common in this particular region of Oaxaca.

Pescador de Sueños Mezcal

Pescador de Sueños Mezcal is a project of the Santa Sabia Distillery. They present unique collections of select mezcales in hope of rescuing the mysticism and folklore of this ancient Mexican tradition. The mythical emphasis of the brand shows in their name as well, which means "the fisherman of dreams." They focus mostly on small-batch, rare mezcals that are exported mostly to Europe.

1 review

3.5 of out 5 stars


Mansson

Mansson

55 reviews
8 months ago

Batch MADP, distilled 2015. The clay-like bottle has unfortunately soaked up almost half of the liquid. Apparently, this is a general problem with the mezcals of Pescador de Sueños, so you better avoid these bottles and instead try Tio Pesca, the new series by the same mezcalero. Has this problem affected the juice? I don’t know. There is a clear, soft clay-like taste, but I assume that’s from the distillation. Earth, butterscotch, chocolate and a very grassy aftertaste. A good mezcal that leaves me with the question whether it would have been even better without the bottle mishap.

Batch MADP, distilled 2015. The clay-like bottle has unfortunately soaked up almost half of the liquid. Apparently, this is a general problem with the mezcals of Pescador de Sueños, so you better avoid these bottles and instead try Tio Pesca, the new series by the same mezcalero. Has this problem affected the juice? I don’t know. There is a clear, soft clay-like taste, but I assume that’s from the distillation. Earth, butterscotch, chocolate and a very grassy aftertaste. A good mezcal that

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