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Prolijo Extra Añejo

Prolijo Mezcal Extra Añejo is aged for 12 years in white oak Kentucky barrels. This mezcal has notes of cinnamon, raisins, and vanilla.

Rating: (3 reviews)
Brand:Prolijo Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O108X
Agave:Espadin
Style:Extra Añejo
State:Oaxaca
Town:Santiago Matatlan
ABV: 40%
Website: https://www.prolijomezcal.com/
About this mezcal

Prolijo Mezcal Extra Añejo is produced using 100% agave Espadin in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. It is aged for 12 years in white oak Kentucky barrels. This mezcal has notes of cinnamon, raisins, and vanilla.

Prolijo Mezcal

Prolijo Mezcal is named after the legend that after making mezcal, the makers would leave a cellar door open overnight letting Prolijo, the guardian spirit of mezcal, enter and taste the mezcal. In return, Prolijo would pour his essence into the mezcal, giving drinkers the gift to tell mesmerizing stories. Because the spirit of Prolijo lives in the bottle and by opening it, you free the Prolijo spirit that lives inside us all.

3 reviews

5 of out 5 stars


RickyRicardo on Oct 15, 2018

1 review

  • Overall:

Nectar of the gods. The aroma, the stages of touch, taste and passage through as it warms the soul. As if the earth alone prepared prolijo. Best mezcal I’ve had. Highly recommend. Oh and the bottle is a beauty for the shelf.

jnb312 on Oct 10, 2018

1 review

  • Overall:

As newer to the mezcal market, I have the privilege of introducing this AMAZING product to many friends and even strangers. After an initial tasting, there is clear EXCEPTIONAL differences between our brand And others on the market. Looking forward to see our brand grow!!!

Trailbuster on Oct 8, 2018

1 review

  • Overall:

I’m fairly new to Mexcal and a temperamental tequila drinker. But I love bourbon. And that’s probably why I love Prolijo Extra Anejo so much. The oak barrels impart the richness and vanilla essence so typical of bourbons. It’s smooth and perfect for sipping neat. I love that it’s handmade, down to the packaging. Great spirt!

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