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Siete Misterios Coyote

Siete Misterios Coyote mezcal is very rare and hard to find, due to the rarity of the maguey Coyote in the Sola de Vega region. If you see it, try it.

About this mezcal

Siete Misterios Coyote is made with the maguey Coyote. Coyote in this region very closely resembles maguey Arroqueno while it’s growing, but the mezcal that is made from it is quite different. Typically, maguey Coyote has more herbal notes than Arroqueno, and this mezcal is no exception. Due to the rarity of this agave in the Sola de Vega region, the Siete Misterios Coyote mezcal is very rare and hard to find.  If you see it, try it. This mezcal is distilled in clay pots and all of the milling is done by hand.

Siete Misterios Mezcal

Siete Misterios was founded in 2010 by brothers Julio and Eduardo Mestre with the intent of keeping traditional mezcal production at the forefront of the mezcal industry. The company sources a wide range of mezcals that all highlight a single agave varietal. They are backed by those who are deeply saddened by the industrialization seen in most tequila and some low-grade mezcal, and they’re doing everything in their power to keep the art of the mezcalero alive. The mezcaleros making their bottles change batch to batch, so one batch’s bottles may taste entirely different from the next batch’s bottles. This gives Siete Misterios a lot of variety in it’s bottling as each batch is made by a different person, with agave grown in a slightly different micro-climate, and the mezcal may hold a slightly different ABV. Make sure to check your bottle for these details.

In 2021, the Mestre brothers formed a partnership with Chatham Imports with Chatham becoming the exclusive global sales and marketing agent for Los Siete Misterios, excluding Mexico.

14 reviews

3.89 out of 5

ToastyMick

ToastyMick

6 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars5 months ago

Leather, mutsy greens and earthy spice. Papaya and gummy worm sweetness. Brown sugar. Has a lot going on and it’s all kinda mellow and laid back and refined. First coyote and im a fan

aarild

aarild

125 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars1 year ago

Olla de barro smell, absolutely, green vegetables, leather and herbal on the nose too. Great mouthfeel. Something camphorous, rather pine resin than eucalyptus I think, but just a hint. Figues, and a floral hint too, perhaps violet, reminding me of a vanilla forward crème de violette. A real shame I could not catch the batch. Closing time at a restaurant you’d never expect to have such interesting mezcals as they actually had.

James Christian

James Christian

22 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars1 year ago

2015 CYT05/15, bottle 383 out of 757
She came into the club smelling of sweetness and funk and leather. She carried a candied stick of celery crystallized in raw maple and those tiny licorice candies that you get after eating at an Indian restaurant in London.

This is my first Coyote, and the taste is like nothing I have ever experienced. It’s all maple and candy and licorice and yes.. celery wrapped in leather (my perfect date). But the finish just goes on and on and on like a lone crazy dancer in the club long after the music is gone and the lights are up.

2015 CYT05/15, bottle 383 out of 757
She came into the club smelling of sweetness and funk and leather. She carried a candied stick of celery crystallized in raw maple and those tiny licorice candies that you get after eating at an Indian restaurant in London.
This is my first Coyote, and the taste is like nothing I have ever experienced. It’s all maple and candy and licorice and yes.. celery wrapped in leather (my perfect date). But the finish just goes on and on and on like a lone crazy

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Meady

Meady

53 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars2 years ago

2014, 49.5%
Smells savoury, full of green with mineral on the nose.
On the palate, it opens up a bit.. It’s bright, gets sweeter with agave, then hints of eucalyptus, leather towards the finish.
Glides down nicely enough. It’s good but without being memorable for me.

AdrianM

AdrianM

18 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars2 years ago

One of the best Agave Coyote I’ve tried alongside Dixeebe 1st edition and Maguey Melate’s Noe Garcia. I love the clay on this one. A lot of earthiness and minerality. Some spice as well that lingers. For me it could easily be an all day sipper.

TheAgaveFairy

TheAgaveFairy

168 reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 stars2 years ago

Green. So green, just a bomb of green peas. A little eucalyptus lifts things, then that kinda clay minerality underneath, then just oodles more herbal green flavors. The most unique coyote I’ve had, which I usually find delicate and perfumed and mineral. There’s some touches of circus peanut too, with lots of tarragon, fresh sage, and a hint of a very light maple syrup. This is really changing the way I think about coyote!

Jonny

Jonny

603 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars2 years ago

Lot CYT05 from 2015. Bottle 89/758. 46.3%. Smells incredible: cinnamon, all spice, orange peel, and brown sugar. Palate is rich with spicy celery. The celery flavor lingers. Touches of maple as well.

COak

COak

195 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars2 years ago

Delicious coyote! Taste of maple syrup and French toast, Oaxacan chocolate and celery.

LittleArm

LittleArm

28 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars2 years ago

Very maple on the nose. A little spicy but in a pleasant way. Sweet and spicy and green. Fun and delicious!

PaulPulse

PaulPulse

3 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars2 years ago

Great green smell, vegetal and slight petrol. Nice earthy & vegetal taste. It almost transports you to where it was grown and you can almost taste the soil it was cultivated in (in a good way). It is a great sipper and good for mixing although not super petrol if that is what you like for mixing but has other great subtle notes that come through for certain cocktail. Great bang for the buck, love this one.

Patrick

Patrick

48 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars3 years ago

LOTE : CYT07/16
YEAR : 2016
NOSE : Clay, caramel, slowly giving headway to green pepper and eucalyptus. Soya sauce at the bottom of the glass.
TASTE : soft on the palate. Notes huge butterscotch with mint thrown in there.
FINISH : Dry and lingering with some smoke.
Pretty consistent mezcal judging for the other reviews…

LosMuertos

LosMuertos

33 reviews
Rated 2 out of 5 stars4 years ago

I prefer their Mexicano much more.

This one has notes of mineral, cleaning detergent and strawberries. Quite bitter on the pallet.

Scent: 2/5
Mouthfeel: 2/5

razorbackmike

razorbackmike

137 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars5 years ago

americana sweetness.reserved spice and clay notes.exceptioal clean and distinct flavor.soft finish.very good.aftertaste of vanilla and campfire.tried for the first time on halloween night.for some reason it added to the experience.

Tyler

Tyler

580 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars6 years ago

Leather and butterscotch on the nose. This coyote is vegetal like a tobalá but with a kick. There are notes of burnt wood, ash, leather, jalapeño, and vanilla spice. Didn’t catch the batch number but have had this twice in two different bars and got the same impression. You don’t see much coyote mezcal, so try it while you can.

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