Amaras Espadin Mezcal Joven

Amaras Espadin Mezcal Joven

(0.75l, 41%)


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A beautiful, light, nuanced Mezcal made lovingly from Seed to Sip.

In Mexico they are known as Mezcal Amore. In the United States they are known as Mezcal Amara. But co-founder and president Stantiago Suarez wants you to know that both versions mean "love." The company was crated in 2010 and in the span of a decade they have grown rapidly — the team has recruited top experts from Diageo and Jose Cuervo and others to fuel their expansion across North America and the world. The core range of the Mexican Spirit they love includes more than a half dozen editions — all of them exceptional.

They call Amaras Espadin Mezcal Joven "the flagship Mezcal of our holistic cycle ’From Seed to Sip.’" It is an approach that empowers them to care for the land, the planting, the harvest, the craft distilling… all the way to the glass. So they do not just harvest the Angustifolia Espadin agave — they plant seven for each one they harvest. They do not just produce Mezcal — they use education and fair trade practices to benefit those in the supply chain. And all of the care and effort reveals a fresh, natural agave Spirit at 41% ABV.
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    Mazatlán, Guerrero
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    Amaras Mezcal

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Tasting Notes

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Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aromas are light and expressive with notes of citrus — bergamot and lime zest — with cilantro and florals.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is also fresh and fragrant with notes of sandalwood (santalum), light herbals, and a hint of cracked pepper and mango.

The finish is brisk with a hit of cinnamon spice and a pinch of sea salt.
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