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Tr3s Tiempos Jabalin – Diego Lucas Garcia

Tr3s Tiempos Jabalin from Diego Lucas Garcia was produced in the community of San Luis Amatlan, Oaxaca.

Rating: (2 reviews)
Cost:$$$$
Brand:Tr3s Tiempos Mezcal
Mezcalero:Diego Lucas Garcia
Maguey:Jabali
Agave:Convallis
Grind:Shredder
Distillation:Copper
Style:Joven
State:Oaxaca
Town:San Luis Amatlan
ABV: 49.5%
Batch size: Batch JB041923: 60 liters
Website: http://www.trestiempos.mx/, opens in new window

About this mezcal

Tr3s Tiempos Jabalin from Diego Lucas Garcia was produced in San Luis Amatlan, Oaxaca. Maguey Jabalí (Agave convallis) is not very commonly used in mezcal production in the San Luis Amatlan region. Most of these agaves grow in the wild and are used as shelter for rabbits, opossums, and other small ground species in the region.

A small 60 liter batch (JB041923) of this was imported and sold as an exclusive batch pick for Tahona Mercado in San Francisco.

Tr3s Tiempos Mezcal

Tr3s Tiempos Mezcal is a cooperative of people committed to preserving the traditions, the culture, and the purity of mezcal. They promote equity in trade to dignify the work of all involved in mezcal production. The brand name pays tribute to the three stages of life: being born, growing, and dying, as well as the three stages of production: the cultivation of agave, the distillation, and the packaging of mezcal.

Member rating

5 out of 5

2 reviews

Jam

Jam

149 reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 month ago

Review #144: The nose has bubblegum, apple, sake, cherry, mango, peach, sweet florals, and as it opens up a while the fruits get overripe and something skunky.
The palate has crisp apple, mango, anise, cinnamon bark, gravel, and leather. For some reason I’m also reminded of lake water.

This is a lovely weird mezcal that I really enjoyed trying. The flavors are just so rich and potent and it leaves such a long lasting finish. I agree with Ben that the cinnamon and anise are more dominant on the palate compared to the nose where I got more silky fruit, but also everything is still so well balanced while still being a little on the crazy side.

Review #144: The nose has bubblegum, apple, sake, cherry, mango, peach, sweet florals, and as it opens up a while the fruits get overripe and something skunky.
The palate has crisp apple, mango, anise, cinnamon bark, gravel, and leather. For some reason I’m also reminded of lake water.
This is a lovely weird mezcal that I really enjoyed trying. The flavors are just so rich and potent and it leaves such a long lasting finish. I agree with Ben that the cinnamon and anise are more dominant on

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Ben P

Ben P

110 reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 stars2 months ago

Nose: Fermented herbs, lemongrass, thyme, yogurty lemon lime, pineapple, kiwi, cilantro, slightly karwinskii like, mustard

Palate & Finish: Mmm lovely herbs on this too. Lemongrass, cilantro, cumin, whoa cinnamon, more cinnamon, mineral but not too bitter which I usually find. grapefruit almost, I do get the Jabali soap but not in a bad way at all, it’s like lemon Dawn. Finish is soft citrus, lavender, slate, more herbals and floral, the herbal and floral sits for a very long time

Really layered and complex. Love the way the cinnamon and herbal elements are blended in together. Great stuff. Diego is a producer I will be watching out for.

Nose: Fermented herbs, lemongrass, thyme, yogurty lemon lime, pineapple, kiwi, cilantro, slightly karwinskii like, mustard
Palate & Finish: Mmm lovely herbs on this too. Lemongrass, cilantro, cumin, whoa cinnamon, more cinnamon, mineral but not too bitter which I usually find. grapefruit almost, I do get the Jabali soap but not in a bad way at all, it’s like lemon Dawn. Finish is soft citrus, lavender, slate, more herbals and floral, the herbal and floral sits for a very long time
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