Gracias a Dios Espadin (750ml)

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The Gracias a Dios Espadin uses 8-year old agave Espadín, two times distilled, and aged 4 months in American oak. It has flavors of wood and spicy oak, wild herbs, and citrus pith. Spice, controlled smoke and oak, minty and fruity; more spice and rising oak. Balanced and fragrant, with nice earthy notes, good palate development, a nice array of fruit and smoke, spice and controlled oak.

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  • 5
    Gracias A Dios Espadin (750ml)

    Posted by Colten on Aug 14th 2017

    Lot 06E. First tried this Mezcal at Las Almas Rotas Mezcaleria in Dallas Texas, it’s their house Mezcal. To me it tastes like an apple toddy with flavors of rich nonalcoholic apple cider, clove, allspice, and cinnamon. It’s quite smoky. Probably a good cocktail Mezcal. For the price point it’s quite good.

  • 5
    Gracias A Dios Espadin (750ml)

    Posted by Casen on Nov 28th 2016

    For the value, 5 stars. The flavor is toned down, but kept in balance. The deciding factor on buying the bottle was the picture of the Mezcalero on the bottle and the ubiquitous Mexican saying as the brand name. Lot 04E 18 – 987 Lot 01E 18 – 2681 is a much better lot because its smooth, good mouthfeel, balanced with more agave notes. Lot 07E 18-1230 is very similar to 01E 18 with more smoke. Lot 03E 19-2768 has a more watery/thinner, alcoholic bite flavor. Lot 01E 18 – 2824 Today 01/18/2020, just opened and still my favorite best value. After opening the first 01E, I went back and bought the rest of them a while back. It has a balance I really like. Lot 06E 19, bottle 1480 Opened 2/1/2020. Steely and good depth/complexity. Blind tasting against my last 🙁 bottle of 01E is easy.

  • 5
    Gracias A Dios Espadin (750ml)

    Posted by Reese on Nov 27th 2016

    For the value, 5 stars. The flavor is toned down, but kept in balance. The deciding factor on buying the bottle was the picture of the Mezcalero on the bottle and the ubiquitous Mexican saying as the brand name. Lot 04E 18 – 987 Lot 01E 18 – 2681 is a much better lot because its smooth, good mouthfeel, balanced with more agave notes. Lot 07E 18-1230 is very similar to 01E 18 with more smoke. Lot 03E 19-2768 has a more watery/thinner, alcoholic bite flavor. Lot 01E 18 – 28…

  • 5
    Gracias A Dios Espadin (750ml)

    Posted by Layton on Jun 14th 2016

    Decent espadin considering the low price. It has upfront smoke with a bit of sour apple. With one of my bottles I can’t help but notice a metallic and burnt rubber aftertaste here. Don’t go out of your way to get it for sipping; that said I have another bottle that is very tasty (it has the updated label artwork). Maybe their batches are inconsistent? Hopefully they are just making better mezcal every year and the older bottle I have is a one-off dud.