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San Bartolo Espadin

San Bartolo Mezcal Artesanal is produced in the San Bartolo Yautepec valley in Oaxaca by maestro mezcalero Valentin Martinez Lopez using 100% maguey Espadin.

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Brand:San Bartolo Mezcal Artesanal
Mezcalero:Valentin Martinez Lopez
Agave / Maguey:Espadin
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:Yautepec
ABV:45%
Release year:2019
Website:https://www.sanbartolomezcal.com/
About this mezcal

San Bartolo Mezcal Artesanal is produced in the San Bartolo Yautepec valley in Oaxaca by maestro mezcalero Valentin Martinez Lopez using 100% maguey Espadin (agave Angustfolia). The family of Valentin Martinez Lopez have been making Mezcal for more than four generations. San Bartolo Mezcal Artesanal is a dream come true for Lopez and his grandson, who sought to represent their village and their values by creating this sustainable Mezcal brand.

San Bartolo Mezcal Artesanal

San Bartolo Mezcal was founded on four core values: tradition, quality, culture, and honesty. Casa San Bartolo Distillery is driven by uncompromising quality and attention to detail in their ongoing effort to bring their customers the best agave spirit possible. They have the simple vision of sharing Mezcal and ultra-premium quality agave spirits with the world.

1 review

4 out of 5


Jonny

Jonny

415 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars4 weeks ago

Great story and great mezcal! I’m always searching for solid sipping Espadin (It’s not as easy to find as you’d think. There’s a lot of ‘meh’ out there). This Espadin is an exception! The nose is big and floral with some hearty minerality to it. An element of light fruit and citrus aromas as well. The palate carries some smoke, but more minerality and a tough, rugged character. It’s earthy with some hard slate and saltiness. I’m not a boxer, but if I were, I’d want to sip this after a fight.

Great story and great mezcal! I’m always searching for solid sipping Espadin (It’s not as easy to find as you’d think. There’s a lot of ‘meh’ out there). This Espadin is an exception! The nose is big and floral with some hearty minerality to it. An element of light fruit and citrus aromas as well. The palate carries some smoke, but more minerality and a tough, rugged character. It’s earthy with some hard slate and saltiness. I’m not a boxer, but if

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