San Cosme Espadin Artisanal Mezcal (700ml / 40%)

San Cosme Espadin Artisanal Mezcal (700ml / 40%)


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This San Cosme espadin is an approachable mezcal that makes an unbelievable sipper under $100 and is terrific in cocktails. It has been hand crafted using artisanal techniques in the state of Oaxaca. There are 4 ingredients that go in to every bottle of San Cosme mezcal. Agave, Water, Yeast and Tradition.

It is no surprise this has become Germany and Europes #1 selling mezcal by volume!!

Mezcal San Cosme is not only meant to be paired with food; this is a legendary drink that goes well with a beautiful sunset, with the relaxing sounds of the ocean, with a gathering of your loved ones and, most importantly, with celebration of life.

AROMAA scent of agave, with some hints of caramel, wood and earth. Light smoke.
TASTE: Gentle in the mouth. Sweet cooked and smokey agave with subtle hints of leather. Simple yet pleasant. Approachable, drinkable.
ENJOY: Sipping mezcal is enjoyed slowly and with friends. Grilled meat, barbecue, kebabs.

Production Notes

  • Maguey: 100% espadin (Angustifolia Haw)
  • State: Oaxaca
  • Region: Santiago Matatlan
  • Cooking: Conical earthen pit oven
  • Milling: Stone wheel (tahona)
  • Fermentation: Spring water in wooden vats
  • Still Type: Double copper pot stills
  • ABV of Mezcal: 40%
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Production Notes
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  • Master Distiller: Wilfrido Hernandez
  • Maguey: Espadin
  • Town/ Village: Santiago Matatlan
  • State: Oaxaca
  • Classification: Artisanal Mezcal
  • Expression: Joven
  • Cooking method: Conical Earthen Pit
  • Extraction method: Stone Wheel
  • Fermentation: Wooden Fermentation Tubs
  • Still type: Copper Pot
  • Distillation: Double
  • Age Statement: Unaged
  • ABV: 40.0 %
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