Standard espadin in my book. Not sure its worth the price
smell is mild and a bit peppery, up front the flavor is slightly harsh and it finishes the same way. flavors seem undeveloped, hard to discern many unique flavors.
Pepper and citrus on the nose. This espadin is very light on the palate. There are notes of wood, citrus, pepper, and papaya. The finish is light with a lingering taste of citrus and honey. At 41% ABV this mezcal carries a lot of flavor whereas some at this ABV taste watered down.
Notes of sweet vanilla, chocolate, smoke and paint. Quite floral on the palate.
Lot 1-1183/3300 from 2014 by Laajsh Doob in San Juan del Rio. Very clean on the noes with aromatic notes of chestnuts and caramel. The taste is floral and fruity with heavy notes of orange and pineapple. This is very feminine and perfumed, vibrant and bright with a balanced mouthfeel.