Amaras Espadin subtly perfumes the nose with a nice touch of blossom, which continue to unfold with every taste, giving way to a first touch of wood.

Amaras Espadin subtly perfumes the nose with a nice touch of blossom, which continue to unfold with every taste, giving way to a first touch of wood, and closing up to the sweetness of matured mango. During the after taste, a velvety salted texture takes over finishing with a slight cinnamon touch.  Mezcal Amaras took top honors in the Mezcal category at the Ultimate Beverage Challenge as it received the Chairman’s Trophy, and it was recognized as being “extraordinary and an ultimate recommendation.”

Amaras Espadin subtly perfumes the nose with a nice touch of blossom, which continue to unfold with every taste, giving way to a first touch of wood, and closing up to the sweetness of matured mango. During the after taste, a velvety salted texture takes over finishing with a slight cinnamon touch. Mezcal Amaras took top honors in the Mezcal category at the Ultimate Beverage Challenge as it received the Chairman’s Trophy, and it was recognized as being “extraordinary and an ultimate recommendation.”

The Amores Espadín, which is sold in Mexico, is produced by Armando Martinez, but they also work with producers in Mitla, San Carlos, and San Juan del Rio. The information of each producer is on the label of each bottle.  The Amaras Espadin, which is sold in the US, is produced by Laajsh Doob. Laajsh Doob is a cooperative of 4 producers that share a palenque, agave, and practice. The name Laajsh Doob means Land of Agave in Zapotec.

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Nom: NOM-O239X

ABV: 41%

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