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Yuu Baal Tobala

Yuu Baal Tobala has a distinguished smell of wild flowers, smoked wood, stone, vanilla, clove, peach and apples.

About this mezcal

Yuu Baal Tobala is a well-balanced mezcal that is full of sweet tones and flavors of lemongrass and herbs. There is a distinguished smell of wild flowers, smoked wood, stone, vanilla, clove, peach and apples. This mezcal is made by mezcalero Isaias Martinez Juan using wild agave Tobala in San Juan del Rio. It is aged 12 months in glass before being bottled for distribution.

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.

Member rating

3.93 out of 5

7 reviews

Forpowder

Forpowder

96 reviews
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars7 months ago

Lot YJ04-21 BOTTLE 1963/3000 48% Sampled on 12-102023 Aromas out of the bottle are light green sour Aromas kind of spicy sharp green flavors. This is strange pig pen like aromas. Flavors are sharp pine green cedar 🥓 this is all over the place. Sour cheese peppers wood. This shit is different but great. There’s a very unique Set of sharp aromas cedar juniper dirt. Damn this is good strange Enticing and exotic. I found the blue cheese and pepper flavor of romance before but this is very elegant. Unbelievable emotions on this one if you get a chance to try it.

Lot YJ04-21 BOTTLE 1963/3000 48% Sampled on 12-102023 Aromas out of the bottle are light green sour Aromas kind of spicy sharp green flavors. This is strange pig pen like aromas. Flavors are sharp pine green cedar 🥓 this is all over the place. Sour cheese peppers wood. This shit is different but great. There’s a very unique Set of sharp aromas cedar juniper dirt. Damn this is good strange Enticing and exotic. I found the blue cheese and pepper flavor of romance before but this is very

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aarild

aarild

153 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars2 years ago

Distinct smell of green gooseberry when you pick them on a hot summer’s day. Amazing thing with mezcal: It brings up some memories…
Lime as in the fruit and lime as in limestone, a bit quince, very characteristic tobalá. Well integrated alcohol. A bit leather, and carrot cake frosting. Nice!

El-Dawg

El-Dawg

215 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars3 years ago

Batch: YJ 14-16
Vanilla wafers. Bit light overall, but balanced with a strong & smoky finish. Frosting, and tobala sweetness in there too. I like it!
3.75 stars
Review #130

Zack Klamn

Zack Klamn

542 reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars3 years ago

Batch: YJ 14-16
Nose – Red roses. Light cream cheese. A sprinkle of white pepper.

Palate – Big notes of smoky vanilla. A bit of plain cheesecake. Smoke and heat are dialed up some in the finish but they’re nice. Flavors overall are great but the mouth feel is noticeably thin.

Tequesta

Tequesta

15 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars6 years ago

Lot # YJ06-16 Smokey and herbaceous with loads of fresh flavors of vanilla and citrus. Spicy and lush…great sipping Mezcal. I highly recommend it.

PhilBrunski

PhilBrunski

25 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars6 years ago

Vanilla and apple throughout with a decent amount of ash smoke and wood. Very refined and smooth. Great example of a Tobala carrying those typical smoke and agave notes and then coming in with some original fruity flavors. Great stuff!

Squashplayer

Squashplayer

36 reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 stars7 years ago

Batch YJ06-16. A really nice Tobala’. The smokey wood nose and flavor dominates this one. Enjoy this one with a good Habana cigar!

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