Convite Mezcal Artesanal Joven Espadin Madrecuishe Blend 84

Convite Mezcal Artesanal Joven Espadin Madrecuishe Blend 84

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A supreme blend of the Espadin and wild Madrecuishe agaves, this unique mezcal has aromas of bright citrus and cocoa, a velvety body with a lingering dry cedar finish; ideal to sip neat.

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Convite Mezcal is rooted in the Oaxacan cultural traditions of bringing people together through food and drink. Named for an Oaxacan colloquialism that roughly translates to invitation to feast, this artisanal mezcal pays homage to its native heritage from the generations-old production methods that create this premium mezcal, to the design of its premium bottles evoking a centaros de barro negro, or a traditional black clay pot that historically stored mezcal. This premium mezcal is produced at a single palenque in the village of San Baltazar Guelavila (located in Oaxaca), cooked in an underground stone oven, ground with a tahona stone, and naturally fermented in wood vats before being double distilled in a copper pot.

Product Description

A supreme blend of the Espadin and wild Madrecuishe agaves, this unique mezcal has aromas of bright citrus and cocoa, a velvety body with a lingering dry cedar finish; ideal to sip neat.

Brand Description

Convite Mezcal is rooted in the Oaxacan cultural traditions of bringing people together through food and drink. Named for an Oaxacan colloquialism that roughly translates to invitation to feast, this artisanal mezcal pays homage to its native heritage from the generations-old production methods that create this premium mezcal, to the design of its premium bottles evoking a centaros de barro negro, or a traditional black clay pot that historically stored mezcal. This premium mezcal is produced at a single palenque in the village of San Baltazar Guelavila (located in Oaxaca), cooked in an underground stone oven, ground with a tahona stone, and naturally fermented in wood vats before being double distilled in a copper pot.

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