Rich and unique-flavored small-village Mezcal.
Nuestra Soledad San Luis del Rio is a small village east of Valles Centrales and with its name it pays homage to Our Lady of the Virgin of Solitude. But trust us, you won't drink this elixir alone. You'll want to share it with everyone. Every bottle of Mezcal differs from other bottles due to different methods, soils, water sources, the wood used, and the tiny magic tricks created by Maestros Mezcalero. The two masters responsible for this batch are Georgio Hernandez (also El Jolgorio) and Javier Nolasco Diaz.
This Mezcal is young and made of Espadin Agave, but the difference between every other Espadin and this one is that it grows on slopes so steep it has to be rolled down the hill after it's harvested. And the Agave ripens sooner since the region is pretty damn hot. The Agaves are roasted on mesquite fire, fermented in open air, and distilled in copper stills.
This rich-flavored Spirit may alarm you with its intense aroma, but it's really kind to the palate and you'll be happy to submerge yourself into this batch. Not literally, of course. That would look kind of stupid. Or might actually just make sense at the same time, if you get to like this Mezcal too much.