Corte Vetusto Coyote-Cuixe-Madrecuixe Ensemble (750ml)

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Corte Vetusto Ensamble is handmade by fourth generation maestro mezcalero Juan Carlos Gonzalez Diaz using 100% wild agaves. This joven ensamble mezcal is distilled to proof at 43% ABV. This mezcal is crushed with a tahona and then naturally fermented. The first distillation in a 250 liter copper and the second distillation in a 70 liter clay pot still. The first batch of Corte Vetusto Ensamble was made with agaves Madrecuixe, Cuixe, and Coyote (Americana); future batches will be made with different types of agaves.

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  • 5
    Corte Vetusto Coyote-Cuixe-Madrecuixe Ensemble (750ml)

    Posted by Legend on Feb 16th 2019

    Solid

  • 5
    Corte Vetusto Coyote-Cuixe-Madrecuixe Ensemble (750ml)

    Posted by Holden on Apr 21st 2018

    mild, almost citrusy notes for the smell, flavor was not overly complex and slightly harsh up front with a nice relaxing finish.

  • 5
    Corte Vetusto Coyote-Cuixe-Madrecuixe Ensemble (750ml)

    Posted by Andres on Feb 1st 2017

    Had a small taste and enjoyed this agave Karwinskii ensamble; the edition I had was made with agaves Coyote, Cuishe, and Madrecuishe. The big flavor I got was cherry hard candy along with a bit of spearmint. Some of the flavors reminded me of Curaçao. I thought it would be a bit more watered-down considering the low ABV but it was fine. The next ensamble batch will be made with agaves Espadin, Tobala, and Madrecuishe which should be interesting.

  • 5
    Corte Vetusto Coyote-Cuixe-Madrecuixe Ensemble (750ml)

    Posted by Jax on Apr 27th 2016

    Bright vegetal aromas on the nose. Slight hints of sour apples and sour cream on the palate. A bit watery but still very tasty. This is karwinskii heavy with some strong minerality and earthy vegetal notes. This ensamble is my favorite from Corte Vetusto so far.