Thin and bright. Green mineral flavors. Soapstone and slate. Graphite. Wet rocks. Faint minty essence. Nice finish.
Sweet and full. Very traditional agave flavor. Not distinctive but delicious. A solid example of classic mezcal. Gateway mezcal for newbies. A great to start an exploration into mezcal.
Tasted this bottle under a different brand (Mono de Calenda). Tasty front and full mouthfeel but less tasty long finish.
A touch rough on the first sip then mellows out a bit but retains some spiciness. A little bitter for my taste and not a lot of terroir. Okay overall.
Hard to drink this one even when mixed. Sour smell and taste. No redeeming qualities that I can find.
Very nice expression. Minty flavor on the finish. Pleasant to drink.
Light and sweet and distinctively Jabali.
Compact and concentrated flavors. Citrusy sweetness with a slight mineral bitterness.
Aromas of model airplane glue – like the stuff Jeff Spicoli from Fast Times would have rolling around in his van. Slightly bitter flavor; less pleasing than the smell. Add a drop of water and INSTANTLY it smells like fresh baked bread and bitterness mostly gone. Very interesting expression!!
Whoa! First sniff is cigarette butts in a soup of warm beer. Let it sit for a bit and cigarettes magically turn to rose water. Add 2 drops of water and the rose transforms to orange blossom water. One of the most interesting spirits I’ve tasted. Best for a MENSA meeting.
Best to taste this one in a cognac glass. Gentle aromas of agave and (strangely) a familiar plasticy smell from my childhood. Nicely sweet flavor and long finish. Fun expression to explore slowly over an evening.
Exceptional. Delicious flavors and an easy finish.