Size1420mLProof10 (5% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
This mix of artisanal mezcal and sparkling water introduces you to authentic mezcal flavors. Cool, refreshing, and slightly smoky, the slight citrus essence keeps things interesting.
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A mix of mezcal and sparkling water, Madre Desert Water is inspired by a tradition enjoyed by ranchers and rancheros next to the Rio Grande who would enjoy mezcal with sparkling water. A collection of four different flavors, it features Mushroom, Sage & Honey; Grapefruit & Yerba Santa; Prickly Pear & Lemon; and Original. Madre Desert Water Original is a cool, refreshing, and slightly smoky mix of artisanal mezcal and sparkling water. Featuring a slight citrus essence, it enables you to taste the true character of mezcal. It's the ideal choice for mezcal aficionados as well as those new to the enchanting world of mezcal. Low-calorie and sugar-free, it's bottled at a pleasant 10 proof.
Madre Mezcal is created at the Palenque Familia Blas, nestled in the rolling hills of the Oaxaca. Hand-made by mezcaleros in open air palanques, local water and natural yeast from the air are used in the production. Their high quality, small-batch artisanal mezcal tastes like the earth it comes from. Distilled from agave Espadin and agave Cuishe using a family heirloom copper pot still, the agaves are roasted in an earthen pit, before being fermented with local well-water and wild mountain yeast. Madre has a hint of sweet smoke accentuated by earthy herbal notes of sage, and minerals on the palate, followed by a lingering floral finish.
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