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Yuu Baal Anejo

Yuu Baal Anejo gets its unique golden color and sweet caramel taste from spending 12 months aging in American White Oak barrels.

About this mezcal

Yuu Baal Anejo has a unique golden color, full body and aroma, with a distinguished taste of woods and dried fruits.   It’s ideal for the the palate yearning to find a bouquet of lightly smoked woods. Much of it’s flavor comes from the 12 months that it spends aging in American White Oak barrels.  This mezcal is made by Isaias Martinez Juan in San Juan del Rio.

Yuu Baal Mezcal

Mezcal Yuu Baal is a social enterprise that highlights the traditions of the native Oaxacan producers of mezcal. They pay close attention to detail on the complete process of production to ensure the mystical, the exotic, and the absolutely delightful taste is in every majestic drink. Grupo Yuu Baal is made up of producers in San Juan del Rio, San Luis del Rio Tlacolula and Miahuatlan, Oaxaca.

The quality of the maguey begins in the earth. This means that the complete cycle of production, including planting, cutting, and distillation are done manually, and all with absolute respect for the environment.

4 reviews

3.75 out of 5

VictorAlmandoz

VictorAlmandoz

1 review
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars10 months ago

I took several bottles of Yuu Baal Añejo I bought in Oaxaca by 2015/2016 and invite my friends in Miami and NY, mostly cigars fans and whisky and brandy “conoceurs”, and they all love it! Later I went to Tampa Bay and gave it to friends and they all could not stop drinking and enjoying it. Of course I explained how to recognize the good from the not so good ones, and how to drink mezcal as well. Later on I found this brand at liquor stores in Fort Lauderdale but not the Anejo.

I took several bottles of Yuu Baal Añejo I bought in Oaxaca by 2015/2016 and invite my friends in Miami and NY, mostly cigars fans and whisky and brandy “conoceurs”, and they all love it! Later I went to Tampa Bay and gave it to friends and they all could not stop drinking and enjoying it. Of course I explained how to recognize the good from the not so good ones, and how to drink mezcal as well. Later on I found this brand at liquor stores in Fort Lauderdale but not the Anejo.

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razorbackmike

razorbackmike

127 reviews
Rated 2 out of 5 stars4 years ago

the best quality of this mezcal is the incredible smoothness.no bite.the least quality is the flavor as a whole.it isnt bad.its not one of the better mezcals,in my opinion.this is a case of a mezcal that doesnt age well.the notes are similar to aged tequila.it is semisweet with smoke but has a distinct bitter.a little hint of cheap whiskey.doent do much for me but i have had much worse.i havent tried the joven but have some purchased.read the reviews and decided to give it a go.will update once i have tried it.

the best quality of this mezcal is the incredible smoothness.no bite.the least quality is the flavor as a whole.it isnt bad.its not one of the better mezcals,in my opinion.this is a case of a mezcal that doesnt age well.the notes are similar to aged tequila.it is semisweet with smoke but has a distinct bitter.a little hint of cheap whiskey.doent do much for me but i have had much worse.i havent tried the joven but have some purchased.read the reviews and decided to give it a go.will update once

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Hal

Rated 5 out of 5 stars5 years ago

very tasty and smooth

Tyler

Tyler

532 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars5 years ago

Aged mezcals aren’t my go-to when at a bar, but it’s nice to try new brands. Considering the relatively low price, this is a tasty añejo. It has your classic añejo notes of honey and vanilla. It tastes very clean and goes down smooth. I’ve enjoyed the Yuu Baal espadín as well which is from the same mezcalero (also well-priced).

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