Mal de Amor Ensamble Madrecuishe+Coyote Artesanal Mezcal

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Size750mL Proof94.8 (47.4% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
Maestro Mezcalero Armando Hernández is a 3rd-generation mezcalero. Together with his brother, he crafts artisanal terroir mezcal at the family-owned Palenque in Oaxaca. This ensamble expression is distilled from madre cuishe (karwinskii) and coyote verde (americana) agaves.
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About Mal de Amor Ensamble Madrecuishe+Coyote Artesanal Mezcal

The Hernández brothers were raised in Oaxaca, Mexico ― the birthplace of Mezcal. Naturally, the Zapotec brothers grew to love the local culture and traditions, taking pride in the land as well as recognizing the importance of the agave and the famous Mexican spirit. They were forced to emigrate due to the economic conditions in their homeland. While away, they never forgot their origins, constantly dreaming of a time when they would return home. They would finally return as the Palenque Mal de Amor was constructed.

Based in Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca, Mal de Amor is a family-owned distillery where the Hernandezes craft artisanal mezcal. On the same grounds, not more than a stone's throw from the town, you'll find their authentic Oaxacan restaurant, aging facilities, as well as the bottling and labeling part of the Palenque. There, they craft authentic terroir mezcals from various types of agaves that come from different lands in Oaxaca.

Geared towards sustainability, Maestro Mezcalero Armando Hernández watches over the production. Himself a 3rd generation mezcalero, Hernández relies on traditional methods, handed down by his father and his grandfather before that. This means that the agave is slowly roasted underground for 4 to 5 days. Then, it is crushed by a horse-drawn tahona mill and left to naturally ferment for 5 to 10 days. Afterwards, they are double-distilled using 250-liter copper-pot stills and rested before finally being bottled.

Beside the numerous single-agave expressions, Mal de Amor produces several ensamble mezcals as well. This expression is distilled from madre cuishe (karwinskii) and coyote verde (americana) agaves, both varietals taking approximately 12 years to mature. After they are harvested, both are cooked, fermented, and double-distilled together. Afterwards, the spirit rests in glass for more than 2 years before being bottled at 94.8 proof.

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About Mezcal

Mezcal is a distilled spirit made from roasted agave plants between two days and two weeks, which gives it a distinct smokey flavor.
What scotch is for whisk(e)y, mezcal is for tequila.

It can be made from different types of agave in different parts of Mexico, but most of it (60%) comes from the state of Oaxaca. Mezcal offers a large diversity of flavor profiles and ranges between 40 and 55% ABV.

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You can expect a fresh and fruity nose with agave aromas, berries, and a touch of citrus. The balanced palate has a very gentle sweetness with strawberry and raspberry notes. Look for some menthol freshness and light smoke that lingers on the finish.
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