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Quiereme Mucho Espadin

Quiereme Mucho has notes of fresh green apple and charred wood. It’s a good sipper in an amazing-looking bottle.

Rating: (3 reviews)
Brand:Quiereme Mucho Mezcal
Mezcalero:Adolfo Mijangos
Age of plant:8 years
About this mezcal

Quiereme Mucho Espadin is made with agave Espadin by Adolfo Mijangos. The ABV varies slightly by batch but should be between 45-47% depending on the bottle. This mezcal is traditionally produced and the agave is milled by hand. It has notes of leather, green apples, and charred wood.

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.

3 reviews

3.5 out of 5



22 reviews
6 months ago

This bottle (Lote A-29) get stars for the conejo and cactus art and for its size, 375ml. It’s also a good espadin with a great ABV – 46.43% – giving a sharp but taste enhancing mouth burn. Agave, apple, maybe even some light candied citrus. Warm agave on the aftertaste. Bottle size? For Australian mezcal fans (or anywhere I guess) a 700-750ml bottle can stretch the budget. This allows variety on the shelf at a reasonable price and yes, the art is a delightful addition.



3 reviews
1 year ago

A very green mezcal, and I say that in a good way. Almost a grassy and vegetal taste from the agave, balanced with a smooth mesquite smoke. I recently got my hands on 4 of the different expressions, and am on the look out for the ensemble.

An absolutely stunning bottle, this bottle is definitely gift worthy for any mezcal afficionado.



34 reviews
3 years ago

Lot 003, 46.29% ABV. This mezcal has a light nose, which belies what happens next, a little agave taste at first, followed by overwhelming alcohol, and not the good kind, with pronounced lip & tongue burn. The finish is somewhat sweet, but mouth burn is persistent, and smoke is conspicuously absent. This one is similar to a mediocre tequila, despite its mezcal credentials.

Nice hand-painted artwork on the bottle.

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