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Rezpiral Coyote – Aureliano Hernandez Martinez

This Rezpiral Coyote is made by maestro mezcalero Aureliano Hernandez Martinez in the community of San Baltazar Guélavila, Oaxaca.

Rating: (3 reviews)
Category:Destilado de Agave
Brand:Rezpiral
Mezcalero:Aureliano Hernandez
Maguey:Coyote
Agave:Americana
Grind:Tahona
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:San Baltazar Guélavila
ABV: 46%
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About this destilado de agave

This Rezpiral Coyote is made by maestro mezcalero Aureliano Hernandez Martinez in the community of San Baltazar Guélavila, Oaxaca. The ABV will vary by batch. Check your bottle for details.

2018, series #3: A curated collection of eleven agave spirits crafted from four independent artisan maestros collaborating with the project. Labels in this series are hand drawn as before, and individually silk-screened labels, some with multiple colors.

2019, series #4, first release: A hand-selected selection of fifteen beautifully complex artisanal small batch agave spirits – by Abel Martinez of Santo Domingo Albarradas, Berta & Mario Vasquez of San Baltazar Chichicapam, Aureliano Hernandez of San Baltazar Guelevila, Reina Sanchez of San Luis Amatlan, Leonardo of San Baltazar Guelevila, and Simeon & Apolonio Ramirez of San Agustin Amatengo. Labels in this series were printed on a handful of colored fiber papers including amate (shown below presenting Berta’s ensamble).

2020, series #5, first release: seventeen complex artisanal small batch agave spirits. From Berta Vasquez of San Baltazar Chichicapam, 45 liters of Mexicano from a 150 liter batch, Tepextate, Espadin, Tobala/Tepextate ensamble (2/3 & 1/3), Cuish and a Cuish/Tobala/Tepextate ensamble. From Aureliano Hernandez of San Baltazar Guelevila a 130 liter batch of Pechuga de Café, a 400 liter batch of Arroqueño and 200 liter batch of Coyote. From Abel Martinez of Santo Domingo Albarradas, a 180 liter batch of Jabali/Mexicano, a 2019 180 liter batch of Tobala. From Simeon Ramirez of San Agustin Amatengo a 100 liter batch of Espadin & Piñuela, a 40 liter batch of Piñuela, a 100 liter batch of Mexicano & Tepeztate. From Reina Sanchez of San Luis Amatlan, a 200 liter 2018 batch of Tepextate, and Madrecuish. From Ignacio Antonio of San Vicente Coatlan, a 120 liter batch of Espadin.

Rezpiral

Rezpiral brings selections of high-quality traditional small-batch (non-certified) Mezcals into a handful of places in the USA. At the core of the project is the embrace of an ethos that aims to respect and support the multi-generational knowledge, independence, flavors, lands, and ways of each mezcalero family.

Rezpiral’s small scale allows for the advocacy of diversity on different levels, from supporting the autonomy of producers & their continued production of artisanal mezcals to the preservation of local land control. Rezpiral actively supports master artisan’s proactive planting and management of agave; recollecting and incubating seeds, transplanting and farming diverse species of endemic agave in sustainable ways. Rezpiral directs 10% of earnings back into supporting artisans farming.

Rezpiral has a regional greenhouse to support independent small scale mezcaleros in cultivating and reforesting their lands with local endangered wild agave varietals. They also are highly focused on a cultural and conservation residency program.

3 reviews

4.33 out of 5


Jonny

Jonny

506 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars2 months ago

2018. Series 3. Complex aromas: spearmint, moringa, vanilla bean, clove, and oak ash. The palate has some ash as well, with additional notes of watermelon, kiwi, charcoal, grilled asparagus, and black pepper.

ElAgave

ElAgave

34 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars5 months ago

Series 4 48%abv

Nose – bitter dark chocolate, banana, plantain
Palate – funky, peppery, fresh and vegetal, nuts
Finish – earth, clay

Rakhal

Rakhal

311 reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 stars5 months ago

1 ounce sample. Sometimes Mezcals remind me of a certain place or time in my life. When I tasted this Mezcal I was brought back to my childhood in India where we would buy fresh peanuts from a vender who roasted them to order in hot sand then wrapped them in newspaper. I couldn’t really separate the notes from my memory and my one ounce sample was gone way too soon. This is definitely a nutty Mezcal. I love it.

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