Good mezcal, interesting and curious flavors on this experience. I had a difficult time identifying what was going on, so I came back to it considerably. Balanced. My third favorite Rey Campero. Some smoke and sweetness and interesting flavors. Good tongue feel with light acidity.
Some bite to this. Slight sweet. I prefer the Madre Cuishe. I like this better than the Mexicano though.
A very good Espadin. Super banana nose! Very sweet banana smelling. Balanced graduation of flavors with light dryness and slightly sweet finish. Some smoke and acidity. Very well made for a large yielding agave. I preferred this over the Mexicano and Madre Cuishe.
Another stand out exceptional mezcal! I recall delicious smoke on this. Also dynamic flavors and thicker mouthfeel than the Jabali. Slight building acidity in the middle that softens by sweet finish. It was a close favorite of mine with Jabali. More curiosity going on here with some balanced smoke and depth of flavors. Exceptional wild agave. Romulo and Vicente are dialed in!
Soft nose. Sweet throughout. Light acidity. Dynamic flavors.
I forgot to bring home my tasting notes, but this was tied for first with The Kings of The Mountain’s Tepextate. Out of the full line up, my wife tolerated this one the best. Very smooth and sweet stand out. Romulo & Vicente are dialed in.