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Quiereme Mucho Cuishe

Quiereme Mucho Cuishe is made with maguey Cuishe (agave Karwinskii) agave. It has notes of smoked agave and rich cedar and oak.

Rating: (3 reviews)
Brand:Quiereme Mucho Mezcal
Mezcalero:Wilibaldo Rodríguez
ABV: 45-47%
Age of plant: 9-11 years
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About this mezcal

Quiereme Mucho Cuishe is made with wild maguey Cuishe by maestro mezcalero Wilibaldo Rodríguez. The ABV will vary slightly by batch, but should be between 45-47%. This mezcal has aromas of smoked agave, herbs, and cedar. It’s soft and velvety on the palate. This mezcal is traditionally produced and the cooked agave is hand-crushed.

Quiereme Mucho Mezcal

Quiereme Mucho is produced in the San Pedro Taviche Municipality, Ocotlán de Morelos District in Oaxaca, Mexico. Quiereme Mucho represents a mixture of two local traditions: Mezcal and Alebrijes. Their bottles are hand-painted by local artists using ancient techniques to create magical figures called Alebrijes. Their mezcal is 100% organic, estate-grown on their 2660-acre hacienda. Because each bottle is hand-painted, they all look slightly different.

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3.5 out of 5

3 reviews



27 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars4 years ago

46%, San Pedro Taviche, mezcalera Lorena Díaz Rodriguez. Lot A-42. Smokey as a campfire, you can smell the glass from two feet away, light toasted corn aroma. The taste immediately hits with powerful smoke again, with a lightly mineral-like earthiness. Generally mellow flavor, a little sweet. Very tasty and easy to drink. Really tasty with a fantastic alebrije style paint-job on the bottle. Don’t miss it!



39 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars4 years ago

yum, yum, yum – love the Quiereme mezcals. a little more pricey than many but man, really good stuff. good smoke and a bit of heat, vegetal and what seems to be the best looking bottles in the industry!



713 reviews
Rated 2 out of 5 stars6 years ago

Lot 005. This smells incredible. Aromas of sweet agave and sour fermented herbs. The palate is a bit of a letdown. Classic grassy and herbal notes of lavender and freshly cut greens. Unfortunately watery and subdued flavor. This is really thin and tastes very watered down. Not recommended.

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