Distilled by Lucio Morales Lopez in San Dionisio Ocotepec, this Espadin is produced on a copper still at an altitude of almost 1700 meters. Let's dive in.
Sweet cream, lemon zest, pepper, faint clay, berries. Sweet, faintly decadent.
Thin to medium mouth feel. Sweet cream, pepper, faintly vegetal. Minerality, clay, some faint fruits. Really complex, surprisingly so, and delicious.
Long, sweet and rich. Faintly smoky, complex sweetness with a hint of fruitiness.
Big fan, I like this a lot. It's easily on par with Marca Negra Espadin, perhaps a bit better, depending on the day. I'd happily pick up another when I run low on Espadin.