Out there proper now, this agave has been crafted utilizing 12-year-old wild agave is a part of the Logia Collections from Mezcal Amaras. This ancestral mezcal is distilled in clay pots requiring double the quantity of agave to provide a easy taste with notes of figs and a end of caramel.
- Handmade with 12-year-old A. potatorum wild agave.
- Its recipe is historic, since it’s distilled in clay pots.
- This methodology is specific as a result of it takes twice as lengthy (greater than 48 hours) and twice as a lot agave (from 30 to 40 kilos) to purify only one liter of mezcal; for that reason, each drop is invaluable. 43% Alc. Vol.
Agave: Tobalá (A. potatorum)
Area: Sierra Sur, Oaxaca
Progress interval: 12 years
Kind of oven: Conical stone
Grinding sort: Egyptian mill
Cooking wooden: Oak
Fermentation: Rectangular pinewood
Kind of alembic: Pot earthen