Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

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Fidencio Tobala is made with 100% wild agave Tobala. It takes 12-15 years to mature and it’s pit roasted over black oak for five days before being double distilled. Fidencio Tobala shows the true intensity and complexity of this agave. This Mezcal has a variety and fruit and acidic flavors that present differently with every sip.

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  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Neil on Mar 17th 2019

    Strawberry shortcake, very complex lemon notes, flowers, more red fruits. Nose contains smoke and cayenne and red pepper spice, though on the pallete the spice doesn’t carry – just a nice tobala sweetness, finishing with touches of ash and flowers.

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Kohen on Jan 22nd 2018

    Lot TOB15. Black bottle that states “silvestre”. 47%.

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Hezekiah on Jan 21st 2018

    Lot tob15 btl 300/907 nice spicy nose…nutmeg and toasted coconut. creamy mouthfeel with a subtle smoke taste. sweet aftertaste that showcases the age of the tabala. very satisfying, a nicely crafted mezcal. ***weird observation…when looking through the bottle gauge the color, i see small blueish flakes that are floating in my bottle. anyone else observe this??

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Cayson on Oct 19th 2017

    Lot 713. Bottle 168/450. I was super excited to taste this as I’d never seen it in person before. Unfortunately I was sorely disappointed. It has some light, sweet aromas of caramel and banana, but I found it a little light and watery. Light notes of plantains, lime, and grape, but nothing really jumping out to me. At the price, there are way more pleasurable Tobala out there.

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Wilson on May 29th 2017

    It launched a mission to test the mezcals, the result of which was to lead me to Fidencio Tobala. I have learned that there are many extraordinary mezcals, but the Fidencio remains one of my favorites. It has the warmth of a good scotch, but a reminder that is is almost a tequila, as one would expect from a cactus drink. A caramel smoothness and density, but always a true drink. A cinnamon hint, I think, a hint of plain old dirt (like a good scotch), and a bit of the “what is that interesting bit?” And overall just the essence of life.

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Kyree on May 26th 2017

    It is not inexpensive, but it is extraordinary. For a cheaper version, Fidencio Classico is also one of the best mezcals I have had. I might not be a mezcal expert yet, but coming from a true whisky focus and overall being a discerning or at least biased and opinionated drinker, I am pleased to say I have shared a few moments with the Fidencio.

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Harry on Apr 22nd 2017

    I’m ordinarily a whisky drinker, by which I mean the true whisky of Scotland. I have come to like rye whisky, but I still think of bourbon as a sweet drink for golfers, frat boys and others that don’t really understand the charms of true whisky and have more dollars than sense (or none of either). But about 9 months ago I asked a friend if she had a whisky in the house, prepared to drink a bourbon or even a canadian if it came to it. I was offered a mezcal and could not believe how…

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Kase on Apr 21st 2017

    I’m ordinarily a whisky drinker, by which I mean the true whisky of Scotland. I have come to like rye whisky, but I still think of bourbon as a sweet drink for golfers, frat boys and others that don’t really understand the charms of true whisky and have more dollars than sense (or none of either).

  • 5
    Fidencio Tobala (750ml)

    Posted by Quincy on May 4th 2016

    But about 9 months ago I asked a friend if she had a whisky in the house, prepared to drink a bourbon or even a canadian if it came to it. I was offered a mezcal and could not believe how distinctive, complicated and just plain enjoyable it was.