Fidencio Tierra Blanca

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Fidencio Tierra Blanca Mezcal, 750ML

Fidencio Tierra Blanca is made from 100% agave Espadín that is cultivated on the Jimenez estate in Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca. This agave is harvested after 12 years and pit roasted over black oak for five days. The Jimenez family discovered a small vein of chalky, white soil on their farm, and they planted 3 small batches of Espadin in the unique soil.  The chalky, Champagne-esque soil gives this Mezcal a deep minerality that is unavailable in other Mezcals.

Technical Specifications:

NOM: NOM-O15X
MEZCALERO: Enrique Jiménez
AGAVE: Madrecuixe
DISTILLATION: Double distilled in Copper
STYLE:
 Joven
REGION: Oaxaca
VILLAGE: Santiago Matatlan
ALCOHOL: 50% ABV 
OVEN: Conic Earth Pit Oven
FERMENTATION: Pine Vats 
MILLING: Tahona  

ABOUT THIS PRODUCER:

Fidencio Mezcal embodies the tradition and creativity of Oaxaca. With four generations of knowledge and the finest estate grown agave, Fidencio is a unique mezcal that is pure agave. Using 100% Espadín agave let to mature at least 10 years. Fabrica de Amigo del Mezcal is the name of the distillery that produces Fidencio Mezcal. Fidencio Jiménez, the namesake for Fidencio Mezcal, started making mezcal over 100 years ago when he moved to Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca. He began to live the life of a Mezcalero, learning from peers and by trial-and-error. He worked closely with his son Enrique to perfect their craft and to pass down their knowledge to the next generation. In those days, even the equipment was from the land: clay pots for fermentation, distillation & storage and river reeds for tubing. For more information on the Jimenez family, try this article: The Story of Isaac Jimenez. Fidencio is made by the same family that produces El Buho and Mezcal Amaras. Due to the artisinal nature of their mezcal, the ABV may vary slightly between batches. 

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