Pluma Negra Tepextate is made in the hills of San Juan del Rio, Oaxaca by maestro mezcalero Rodolfo Hernández Aguilar.
Pluma Negra Tepextate
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|Brand:||Pluma Negra Mezcal|
|COMERCAM:||0803A0002811A, opens in new window|
|Town:||San Juan del Rio|
|Age of plant:||25-35 years|
|Website:||https://www.mezcalplumanegra.com, opens in new window|
About this mezcal
Pluma Negra Tepextate is made with wild agave Tepextate that takes 25-35 years to reach maturity. The agave Tepextate in this mezcal is harvested from roughly 1600 meters above sea level. This mezcal has aromatic tones of fresh herbs, newly cut grass, and a slight touch of eucalyptus. Its tastes of fresh herbs and slight minerality.
Pluma Negra Mezcal
Mezcal Pluma Negra is made in the town of San Juan del Rio, which is in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. It is made with wild agaves rich in the flavors of their 100% organic land, and is produced by the hands of a Maestro Mezcalero who uses the process learned by his ancestors. They’re goal is “to be a worthy ambassador of Mezcal, for those who deserve to feel the culture of Oaxaca in all its splendor.”
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Zack Klamn512 reviews
Nose – Very vegetal aromas! Scallions. Cocktail onions. Watermelon rind.
Palate – A sweet, fruity turn to start (versus the veggie heavy nose). Dried tropical fruit – papaya and pineapple. Green pepper vegetal note. Oak-ember ash. These flavors BOOM in an extended finish. Not as hot as advertised, to me it tastes around 49-50% heat wise but big, clean flavors overall. I really like this Tepeztate!
Lot 002-TPZ at 52%!! Really nice aromas of cinnamon, allspice, and black pepper. The palate follows with heavy pepper notes upfront and fruity mid-palate notes of grilled pineapple and watermelon. There’s a grilled vegetable element mid-palate as well, perhaps grilled green peppers. This is balanced and dry. Really enjoying this Tep!
I really enjoy this Tepeztate. Nice sweetness to start with nice fruitiness followed by fresh herbs and fresh cut grass. The fruitiness and grassy / herbal flavors blend together for a.nice treat. Well done.
A robust Tepeztate at 52% ABV! I’m digging it. There is a lot of sweet fruit mid-palate. I get apples and melons. The finish leaves a bit of a tingling in your mouth. Lot 002-TPZ.
First off, I want to say this mezcal scores 4.25-4.5/5.
It took a few weeks to blow off some of the 52% alcohol.
It’s peppery, eucalyptusy and savoury. Great sipper. Almost perfect dryness level. The expression of the tepextate agave is lovely. Highly recommend trying this if you see it.