Los Nahuales Mezcal
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Very good and complex. The nose has subtle notes of fresh green pepper and cantaloupe. Tasting notes include fresh ground black pepper, orange spice, and cayenne pepper. I get more agave Americano than Cuishe on this. It‚Äôs complex and (dare I say) suave. For it‚Äôs complexity, this is incredibly easy to drink.
Very different and interesting. This has a lot going on for the palate. It‚Äôs got a bit of bite but lots of full flavors of fresh citrus and bright sunshine. Notes of limes, tangerine, grapefruit, and whipped cream. It‚Äôs like if Florida had a state pie made only out of fruit grown in Florida. Really enjoying this. 4 Stars.
This smells very clean with notes of orange, apple, and lemon. It‚Äôs fruity with a bit of dry heat. It almost tastes like it‚Äôs slightly malted, which is very unique.
There are some really nice bright fruity flavors here along with clove spice. However, it‚Äôs a bit dry and there is a slight chemical note present. I enjoy the first Los Nahuales Special Edition more than this one. That said, I‚Äôm still eager to try to next special release from this mezcalera.
The aroma is sharp and deeply layered, with candle wax, vanilla, cream, leather, nougat, cucumber, honeydew, and cedar. The flavor is less aggressive than the aroma, and it is supported by a viscous and clinging mouthfeel. I detect notes of honey, paraffin, melon, cream, vanilla, roasted corn, and a very mild, silky smoke. The overall impression is rather sweet, quite easygoing, and definitely light on smoke, but big on layered, shifting flavors.
Smells sweet and earthy. Bell peppers, slight oak smoke, tart and sweet cherries. Medium body. Tastes sweet, earthy. licorice, peppery, vegetal. Tasty mezcal this bottle. I think had the proportions of Cuishe and Sierrudo been switch, it would have been a .5 higher from me, since I enjoy Karwinskii flavors more than Americana typically. Still a solid mezcal.
Smells like skittles and starburst. Definitely tobala-forward on the palate. Lots of citrus upfront, lime & sweet grapefruit, plenty of grassiness & minerality. If you could turn a sotol paloma into a mezcal this would be it. Takes me back to my childhood lakehouse we used to rent‚Ä¶.fresh dew on the grass and smooth waters ready to be sliced by a water-ski.
really nice mezcal!first time to have a sierrudo agave.it fits the profile of americano.its bold and sweet up front and a strong note of black pepper kicks in mid way.this reminds me of the mezcalero #15(sierra negra).the cuishe is faint with vegetal notes on the end.no harsh notes.very pleasant spice and sweet balance.gets the saliva going!
Like cherry candy and allspice.. almost a less spicy hot tamale candy. Flavorful and oily on the palate. Long finish as Jonny mentioned. The price is kind of high if I recall which is something to consider. It‚Äôs enjoyable.