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Tepaxtate agave is notoriously hard to get to, as it mainly grows on rocky hillsides and cliffs. Furthermore, it’s sugar content is low, why a lot of agave is needed to produce mezcal. The limestone rich soils of this agave really shines through, making it an incredibly soft and smooth mezcal. With strong notes of clay and vanilla and a subdued floral sweetness, this is an excellent sipping mezcal that should not be mixed in cocktails.
The best way to appreciate the unique flavors and aromas of Tepextate mezcal is by serving at room temperature. We would not recommend drinking on the rocks or mix in cocktails, as the quality of this mezcal justifies drinking itself.
Nutritional Information (per 100 grams)
|Maturation:||8 – 10 years|