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Nuestra Soledad Mezcal San Baltazar
$89.95
Nuestra Soledad is made from 100% Espadín agave from San Baltazar Guelavila, Oaxaca. Roasted in pit ovens with mesquite and oak. Fermented in open-air wooden vats, and double-distilled in copper alembic stills.  San Baltazar Guelavila is a small town in the district of Tlacolula, located in the east of the Valles Centrales region. Espadin has been cultivated in the highlands here for over 100 years. Don Gregorio's Espadín grows at around 5,500 ft on mountainous terrain in very fertile soil composed primarily of limestone. The concentrated sugars result in a refined Espadín of great character. Palenque: 3 Mezquites Maestros Mezcaleros: Gregorio Martinez Garcia Tasting Notes: Fresh roasted agave, sweet tropical fruit, white pepper, mineral driven, rich, full, and round on the palate with excellent length.   47.5% ABV 28.1 standard drinks  
Nuestra Soledad Mezcal La Compañia Ejutla 750ml
$89.95
Nuestra Soledad is made from 100% Espadín agave from La Compañia Ejutla, Oaxaca. Roasted in pit ovens with mesquite and oak. Fermented in open-air tanks, and double-distilled in copper alembic stills.  La Compañia is a small town in the district of Ejutla, located in the south of the Valles Centrales region. The palenque is well off the valley floor and decidedly up-slope of the mountain at an elevation around 5,000 ft. Given the slope-side location of the agaves, the drainage is very sharp, several natural drainages run off the slopes and feed the dense growth of agave. Palenque: Los BigatonesMaestros Mezcaleros: Don Gonzalo & Don Gregorio HernandezTasting Notes: High-toned fruit, roasted green pepper, subtle salinity, and mild minerality; bright, refined, and elegant on the palate.    46.4% ABV 27.5 standard drinks
Nuestra Soledad Mezcal Santiago Matatlán
$89.95
Nuestra Soledad is made from 100% Espadín agave from Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca. Roasted in pit ovens with mesquite and oak. Fermented in open-air wooden vats, and double-distilled in copper alembic stills.Santiago Matatlán is in the district of Tlacolula, located in the east of the Valles Centrales region. The town is widely known as the epicenter for mezcal production. The Espadín used by brothers-in-law Valentin Cortes and Gregorio Martinez grows between 5,500 - 5,900 ft in a mountain canyon with incredible agave diversity. Espadín is grown amongst wild Tepeztate, Tobala, and Coyote in a setting rich in natural beauty.Palenque: De CortesMaestros Mezcaleros: Valentin Cortes & Gregorio MartinezTasting Notes: Sweet roasted agave, spicy and herbaceous, generous on the palate with great length and refinement.   45.3% ABV 26.8 standard drinks