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Sacrificio Joven

Sacrificio Joven has mildly smoky aromas and the palate has hints of fresh agave and ripe fruit that lead to a medium finish.

Rating: (3 reviews)
Brand:Sacrificio Mezcal
NOM:NOM-O158X
Mezcalero:Eric Hernandez, Manuel Benet
Agave:Espadin
Distillation:Copper, Steel
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Tlacolula
ABV: 40%
Age of plant: 10 years
Website: www.mezcalsacrificio.com
About this mezcal

Sacrificio Joven is made with agave Espadin in Tlacolula, Oaxaca by distiller Manuel Benet and mezcalero Eric Hernandez. The agave is roasted using mesquite and ocote pine. It’s is naturally fermented and double-distilled. The first distillation is in steel and the second is in copper. It is 40% ABV.

Sacrificio Mezcal

Destilería Sacrificio was conceived in 2011 with the mission of creating premium hand crafted mezcal. Mezcal Sacrificio is harvested and produced in Tlacolula, Oaxaca. According to Sacrificio, their mezcal is best to drink it at 18 Celsius (66 Farenheit), sipped but also as a mixer for drinks, especially with mild citric fruits like lemon, orange and grapefruit.

3 reviews

2 of out 5 stars


rsidrys

rsidrys

38 reviews
3 months ago

Probably the only 2-star mezcal I’ve ever had. My friend bought this and wanted me to try it. Smell reminded me of wet band-aid. In the mouth it felt very thin and watery. If I tried hard enough, I could pick out some cooked agave, menthol, and smoke. Finish was mostly alcohol burn. I’m glad I tried it because it made me appreciate quality mezcal even more.

Tyler

Tyler

311 reviews
2 years ago

The fresh and vegetal aromas signal a tasty mezcal, unfortunately it disappoints on the palate. It is quite watery with singular muted flavor of vanilla-mint. The finish is dry. Those new to mezcal might enjoy it compared to cheap tequila because it doesn’t bite, but there are better mezcals at this low price point. Lot MSJ-008 from 2017.

Jonny

Jonny

327 reviews
2 years ago

Fresh citrus notes on the nose. It smells strong and full-bodied for 40% ABV. It smells great! This mezcal is hot on the palate though. It’s sharp and fiery. Lots of pepper makes some of the fruity notes seem muddy and unclear. Perhaps this would be better in a cocktail as it didn’t make for a great sipper.

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