Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

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Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar is made with agave Espadin that is cultivated in the highlands, where strains of Espadin have been grown for over 100 years.  Don Gregoio’s Espadin grows at about 5,500 feet in limestone-heavy soil.  The concentration of sugars in his agave result in a refined Espadin with great character.  This is a rich and full Mezcal that stays long on the palate.

Reviews

  • 5
    Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

    Posted by Josue on Mar 12th 2019

    Stars given in relation only to other single village espadin releases (Del Maguey & Alipus included.) enticing, piquant aromas. citrus. spearmint. fresh ground black pepper. coriander. dried chile pod. pineapple. over ripe tropical fruit perfume. hint of leather but not smokey. on the palate: immediate spicy, tropical juiciness. lovely. balanced, integrated minerality with no sense of heat. La Bomba Tuti Fruti! textural, spiky minerals & a sprinkle of allspice. rich & fat. dusty volcanic finish.

  • 5
    Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

    Posted by Griffin on Mar 11th 2019

    Stars given in relation only to other single village espadin releases (Del Maguey & Alipus included.) enticing, piquant aromas. citrus. spearmint. fresh ground black pepper. coriander. dried chile pod. pineapple. over ripe tropical fruit perfume. hint of leather but not smokey. on the palate: immediate spicy, tropical juiciness. lovely. balanced, integrated minerality with no sense of heat. La Bomba Tuti Fruti! textural, spiky minerals & a sprinkle of allspice. rich & fat. dusty volc…

  • 5
    Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

    Posted by Kyle on Feb 20th 2019

    Solid Espadin with the usual smoke and earthiness you’d expect, with the addition of cinnamon overtones – first time I experienced that in a joven Mezcal.

  • 5
    Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

    Posted by Kyrie on Aug 8th 2018

    Okay, but very peppery with a strong alcohol base. Clean and dry.

  • 5
    Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

    Posted by Paxton on Aug 20th 2016

    Edition 09 by Gregorio Martinez Garcia. Looking to pick up one of the bottles by Nuestra Soledad when I’m San Diego. Delicious bottle for the price. Really should have tried their options side by sidebar but had to catch a flight.

  • 5
    Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

    Posted by Kaden on Aug 19th 2016

    Edition 06 from 2015. Bottle 293/420. Very clean on the nose with slight hints of vanilla and lavender. It’s thick on the palate and a bit hot with a short finish. It has notes of orange peel and lemon. I like this one, but I prefer some of the other releases from Nuestra Soledad.

  • 5
    Nuestra Soledad San Baltazar (750ml)

    Posted by Knox on Jul 22nd 2016

    Don’t see the San Baltazar Guel edition of Nuestra Soledad as often as the others. For me it is somewhere in the middle of the pack relative to the other Nuestra Soledad releases. I’ve never really been blow away with any mezcal from this region (the El Jolgorio Tepextate is an exception). This has a nice oily mouthfeel and notes of apple cider vinegar, fruit, lavender, and allspice. Definitely enjoyable but not very memorable. Edition 6 from 2015.