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Quiereme Mucho Tobala

Quiereme Mucho Tobala has a fruity nose with notes of sweet agave and mango. The bottle is hand-painted, so the design will vary.

Rating: (5 reviews)
Brand:Quiereme Mucho Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O263X
Mezcalero:Wilibaldo Rodríguez
Maguey:Tobala
Agave:Potatorum
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Ocotlán
ABV: 45-47%
Website: https://www.facebook.com/mezcalqm/
About this mezcal

Quiereme Mucho Tobala is made wild maguey Tobala by maestro mezcalero Wilibaldo Rodríguez. The ABV will vary by bottle, but should be between 45-47%. This mezcal is traditionally produced, and the cooked agave are hand-crushed. It has a sweet, fruity aroma, with tasting notes of ripe mango and fresh cinnamon.

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.

5 reviews

2.2 out of 5


AndrewT

AndrewT

3 reviews
Rated 2 out of 5 stars7 days ago

One of the worst finishes, long and oily. Tolerable up front so 2/5

edgy4sure

edgy4sure

34 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars4 months ago

another winner from Quiereme – I look forward to trying them all at some point and anticipate bringing home a couple bottles next month. enjoy, it’s really good

whiskyvicky

whiskyvicky

1 review
Rated 3 out of 5 stars5 months ago

Obviously, the current version has lost the fishy smell mentioned in the prior reviews
N: seasalt, lime, there is an astrigent vegetal note, maybe zuchini?

Palate: slightly waxy/unctuous in the foretaste, cucumber, salts

Fini: long, more of the same, very waxy but the taste doesn’t develop with the outstanding length…

Malternative: yeah kinda, I am just beginning the mezcal game and this was pretty strong beginner

Value: compared to the Del Maguey series I’d not its $1.05 in Berkeley, CA so tread carefully if you are on a budget

Obviously, the current version has lost the fishy smell mentioned in the prior reviews
N: seasalt, lime, there is an astrigent vegetal note, maybe zuchini?
Palate: slightly waxy/unctuous in the foretaste, cucumber, salts
Fini: long, more of the same, very waxy but the taste doesn’t develop with the outstanding length…
Malternative: yeah kinda, I am just beginning the mezcal game and this was pretty strong beginner
Value: compared to the Del Maguey series I’d not its $1

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COak

COak

105 reviews
Rated 1 out of 5 stars3 years ago

I wish this tasted as good as the bottle looks. Compared to other tobalas I can not say I enjoyed this one. It has a fishy taste.

Jonny

Jonny

467 reviews
Rated 1 out of 5 stars3 years ago

Smells dusty, like old books and dusty flowers. Some tasting notes of lavender, all spice, and cumin, but there’s almost a fishy element to this with some salinity. It’s all over the palate but not in a good way. It seems there’s nothing cohesive about this flavor experience aside for the presence of fish. The finish is hot and tastes somewhat like motor oil.

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