Koch Mexicano (750ml)

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Koch Mexicano is made with 100% wild agave Mexicano in Rio de Ejutla. This mezcal is made by mezcalero Adrian Bautista, who makes several other Koch brand mezcals. The aroma of this mezcal is reminiscent of ferment fruit with hints of sweet spice. The Mexicano agave is enormous, and this mezcal uses all three variants of the agave Mexicano: Chontal, Mexican, and Mexican Long Stock.

Reviews

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Zechariah on Jun 26th 2019

    Thick and viscous. This one coats the entire mouth with nice notes of cinnamon, all spice, and red pepper flakes. It has dark notes that linger on the back of palate. This is one of my favorite mezcals from Koch.

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Augustine on Sep 8th 2018

    Palate: A little hot which gives a sweet spice character, but once acclimated it’s a denser texture with a pretty long finish that almost has a floral soap aspect. Agave sweetness is huge, complexity isn’t super high but its so unique anyways that my attention is well captivated.

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Kye on Jun 10th 2018

    Nose : definitely mexician chocolate with cinnamon. Soft herbal notes with barbeque ribs in the distance. Taste : chocolate and chillies. Some vegetal notes as well. Finish : Dry, short and a dusting of coco powder. Pretty much the comfort food of mezcals. Beautiful..

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Castiel on May 30th 2018

    nice notes of sweet chocolate and agave up front.mild spice and very little heat mid way.i would have given this mezcal an easy 4 star but it had no finish.it was very fleeting and light.i got the same experience with their version of tobala.for the price,i was expecting more meat on the bone.this wasnt a cheap purchase.3 and a half stars UPDATE-i was to quick to judge this one.after letting the bottle air out a bit,more flavors emerged and i got more of a sweet floral linger on the finish.very…

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Azariah on May 29th 2018

    nice notes of sweet chocolate and agave up front.mild spice and very little heat mid way.i would have given this mezcal an easy 4 star but it had no finish.it was very fleeting and light.i got the same experience with their version of tobala.for the price,i was expecting more meat on the bone.this wasnt a cheap purchase.3 and a half stars UPDATE-i was to quick to judge this one.after letting the bottle air out a bit,more flavors emerged and i got more of a sweet floral linger on the finish.very important lesson.letting your spirit breathe can have a huge impact! a solid 4 stars!

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Terry on Apr 1st 2018

    Massively dark and rich, wow. I’m really amazed at how much the “hand of the maker” is showing, this is very similar to the amazing arroqueno he produces as well. Hard to rate.

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Dane on May 21st 2017

    It can be hard to find Koch in Texas and while I’ve tried a few while traveling, none have stuck out to me. I was able to try this at the Mezcal Collective at Las Perlas and really enjoyed it. Flavors immediately signal delicious milk chocolate, vanilla bean, and black pepper. There is a soft bite with a bit of ash that balances the sweetness. The one we enjoyed that night was from Lucio Bautista who is Adrian’s son to my understanding. Lot MK003/15MEX

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Vincenzo on Sep 18th 2016

    Eerily similar to this producer’s arroqueno, that makes me very happy. Super clay driven, meaty, vanilla buttercream, ginger, clove. Chicarones, white chocolates, piloncillo, a savory herb, just so dark. Old stone building, lots of leather.

  • 5
    Koch Mexicano (750ml)

    Posted by Jon on Dec 31st 2015

    Ancestral bottling from Sola de Vega, different than pictured. Eerily similar to this producer’s arroqueno, that makes me very happy. Super clay driven, meaty, vanilla buttercream, ginger, clove. Chicarones, white chocolates, piloncillo, a savory herb, just so dark. Old stone building, lots of leather. Palate: A little hot which gives a sweet spice character, but once acclimated it’s a denser texture with a pretty long finish that almost has a floral soap aspect. Agave sweetness is huge, com…