Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

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Casamigos Mezcal Joven is made with agave Espadin in Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca. According to co-founder Rande Gerber, the “mezcal was brought to [them] by a family that has made it for five generations. It’s extremely smooth, small-batch, with the perfect smokiness and easy to drink.” He later stated, “When we found our mezcal of choice, we worked closely with [the family] to perfect it.” 

Reviews

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Judah on Jan 10th 2020

    Very watery, and a little sweet. Purely a mixer and prob not even that good of one at that. There are cheaper mixers on the market; a lot of them. Way too expensive for what it is. I see no reason to ever buy this.

  • 3
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Matias on Sep 4th 2019

    this isnt bad.there is no harshness.it doent have the depth and complexity of other mezcals in this price range.this brings to mind the term near beer (or near mezcal).the smoke almost seems added.its semi sweet and easy to drink.it drinks like a tequila.if you are a mezcal purist,this is not your mezcal.i think 2 stars is being generous and the price should be around 35.00.it has a pleasant taste but lacks soul.

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Zane on Jun 29th 2019

    Thinking about the storied acting career of George Clooney, I recall many great characters played by him: From Dr Doug Ross in ER, to movies like Out of Sight, Ocean’s Eleven, Oh Brother Where Art Thou, and Michael Clayton. Out of all of these characters, there’s one adjective that I could use to describe Clooney’s characters: smooth. The dude is smooth. He’s the smoothest of the smooth and that might unfortunately be the best way to describe his mezcal. As far as tasting…

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Thiago on Jun 28th 2019

    Thinking about the storied acting career of George Clooney, I recall many great characters played by him: From Dr Doug Ross in ER, to movies like Out of Sight, Ocean’s Eleven, Oh Brother Where Art Thou, and Michael Clayton. Out of all of these characters, there’s one adjective that I could use to describe Clooney’s characters: smooth. The dude is smooth. He’s the smoothest of the smooth and that might unfortunately be the best way to describe his mezcal. As far as tasting is concerned, smooth is easy to drink and void of any outlandish and/or out-of-place character notes. Like George, Casamigos is smooth. It’s got some faint hints of cucumber and pollen on the palate, but it’s mostly just water and smoke. For those who only drink 40% tequila, perhaps this is a nice place to start in the world of mezcal. It’s easy to gulp and puts up very little fight on the way down. For those who have had and enjoy mezcal, this is an abomination. I’m talking like a 1997 Batman and Robin abomination (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and of course Clooney as Bruce Wayne). Like Batman pretending to be a regular person (Bruce Wayne), this industrial tequila is pretending to be mezcal. It’s mostly just water and smoke. Not recommended.

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Steven on Jun 23rd 2019

    Theres a lot of an ethanol like smell on the nose masked by some sugar over agave. There is ALOT of water on the palatte. It tastes like someone asked for a good quality espadin shaken, the guest decided it wasn’t cold enough, so the bartender shook it again. Then the person forgot about the shot and let it sit on the bar top and then they decided to put that in a bottle. There are way better Espadin’s out there under the $60 price point.

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by River on May 22nd 2019

    The most disappointing bottle of mezcal we’ve purchased so far this year. The problem in a nutshell is that there is no there there. It’s unbalanced, ethanol forward and has a taste like bootleg ferments that can be purchased at a quarter the price in Mexico. The ethanol rides above what tastes like a cheap tequila. There’s zero smoothness, zero subtlety. We tried making a margarita from it but the taste just ruins perfectly good limes. It’s gross and for the price it feels like a total ripoff. You’re paying for the bottle and the box. There’s no craft here.

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Matteo on May 21st 2019

    The most disappointing bottle of mezcal we’ve purchased so far this year. The problem in a nutshell is that there is no there there. It’s unbalanced, ethanol forward and has a taste like bootleg ferments that can be purchased at a quarter the price in Mexico. The ethanol rides above what tastes like a cheap tequila. There’s zero smoothness, zero subtlety. We tried making a margarita from it but the taste just ruins perfectly good limes. It’s gross and for the price it fee…

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Myles on Apr 10th 2019

    Taste like chemicals and water!!! Love the blanco so purchased this and it’s terrible!!! Dont waste your money!!!

  • 5
    Casamigos Mezcal Joven (750ml)

    Posted by Dawson on Jan 23rd 2019

    Smells like a white rum on the nose. Aromas of sugar over agave. On the palate, the first thing you notice is water. There is a bit of lemon peel and vanilla. Not awful. Not great. The organic agave notes are faint. Watered down and not unique. Remember, the price is $60 USD for 750 mL.