Tambernas is a great chance to have a take on terrior. As its produced with a local subspecies of espadin (chico Aguiar/ Angustifolia Haw) it offers a very balance profile that invites us to have a better understand of the exciting cosmos of Racillas.
a sightly buttery feeling with an elegant acetic that cheers up the palate. Good balance of smoke and cooked agave.
Great for rookies and seasoned mezcaleros ( terrior challenge embedded).
This mezcal is a true gun. Would serve well to the one that knows how to use it .
Yes the product has changed from batch to batch but that only reflects the organic grow process of the product.
This nice video can paint a good honest picture about the location (Quiegolani- Hi lands), the raw product and the beautiful traditional process of its production.
Oh yeah and the Tasting notes,
welcoming herbal, pepper, light acetone, light smoke
In taste generous and balanced with greater smoke that when first perceived in the nose.
Gentle but persistent oily slowly fade out as the fine cooked agave profile fades.