Derrumbes Durango made with agave Cenizo (Durangesis) in Nombre de Dios, Durango. More and more mezcals continue to come out of Durango, and Nombre de Dios is establishing itself as a mezcal stronghold in the state. This mezcal was produced by maestro mezcalero Urial Simental, and it has a nice balance between sweet dark fruit flavors and minerality.
very tasty!i give this one 4 and a half stars.the scent has hints of fruit and produce with an undertone of agave sweetness.the entry is very fruit forward (tropical) but in a very pleasant way.mid palate is sweet and floral.slight pepper and agave shines on the finish.silky with medium thickness.delicious!!!
The more i drink, the less I like it. Cant quite pur my finger on what is going on here
suuuper pretty mezcal. really floral and fruity. honeysuckle, grassy, white pepper.
Such great sweetness, cara cara and vanilla and more gingery palate with papaya showing more than mango. Retronasal has cinnamon and orange blossom. Very approachable with just enough minerality for depth, very little smoke though some trickles on the finish.
Strange, interesting, odd. Leaning closer to 3.5 stars. Nose is incredible, but mid palate and finish are nothing like it.
smell is sweet (fruity) and subtle, taste is light up front with a strong but very tasty linger.
One of the most fruit forward Mezcals I‚Äôve had the pleasure of drinking.
Note: My bottles label is in Orange, reading left to right up the bottle, with a differing details in the labelling both front & back.
Lote 5, 46.8% Nose: Floral and earthy ‚Äì there‚Äôs pollen, cut flower stems, wet clay, papaya, maple syrup and bubblegum. A bit of parmesan cheese funk. Palate: Turns to sweet and fruity, with mango, strawberry, wildflower honey, and a bit of minerality tying things together. Medium bodied. Finish: Surge of cooked agave, with clay, beeswax, asparagus, white grapefruit, and a hint of ash. Medium length. Fruit, earth and funk in sweet harmony. At first, the earthy pollen notes reminded me more‚Ä¶