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Pescador de Sueños Tobala

Pescador de Sueños Tobala is herbaceous and fruity. It’s big and round with a signature backbone of slate with a hint of smoke.

Rating: (2 reviews)
Brand:Pescador de Sueños Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O258X
Mezcalero:Tio Fernando
Maguey:Tobala
Agave:Potatorum
Distillation:Clay Pot
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Sola de Vega
ABV: 50%
Website: http://www.pescadordesuenos.com/
About this mezcal

Pescador de Sueños Tobala is made by maestro mezcalero Tio Fernando in Sola de Vega, Oaxaca. The region of Sola de Vega is rich with both wild and cultivated agave, and almost all distillers in the area use small clay pots to distill their mezcal. This clay-pot distillation has been practiced for hundreds of years, and it creates a very different character than mezcal distilled in copper.

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.

2 reviews

4.5 out of 5


meserole

meserole

44 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars7 seconds ago

Classic wet leaves and fresh earth tobala smells on the nose… and no surprises in the mouth. Same flavors, and the medium viscosity that my favorite pure tobalas offer. Not too much of a magical aftertaste though, and perhaps not as complex as I was hoping considering how much I paid for this bottle. Well, at least I bought it in Mexico where it was half the price — at Mercado de Benito Juarez in Oaxaca City. So yes I admit the beautiful bottle won me over, and I feel OK about that.

Year: 2016 but can’t make out other details. . . pretty sure the town is San Luis del Rio though not Sola de Vega like on this listing.

Classic wet leaves and fresh earth tobala smells on the nose… and no surprises in the mouth. Same flavors, and the medium viscosity that my favorite pure tobalas offer. Not too much of a magical aftertaste though, and perhaps not as complex as I was hoping considering how much I paid for this bottle. Well, at least I bought it in Mexico where it was half the price — at Mercado de Benito Juarez in Oaxaca City. So yes I admit the beautiful bottle won me over, and I feel OK about that.

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Patrick

Patrick

36 reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 stars11 months ago

Year : 2014
Nose : wild, dusty and earthy is what came first. Peat and honey slowly creeps in. Bubble gum and a pair of leather boots that’s been put to work for 25 years on a some farm.
Taste : having a hard time trying to to put a finger on it. Honey comb and flowers dipped in gin.
Finish : trying to rinse out Buckley’s.
F**king complex wow…..

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