Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal Tequila

Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal Tequila

Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal Tequila

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Introducing Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal Tequila, a captivating expression of Mexico's mezcal tradition that marries tradition with contemporary craftsmanship. Meticulously crafted by Noble Coyote, this Joven Espadin Mezcal is a journey into the heart of agave, capturing the essence of the land and the spirit of its people.

The appearance of Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal is characterized by its crystal-clear brilliance, inviting you to experience the purity and authenticity within each sip. The aroma is an homage to the agave fields, with a pronounced smokiness complemented by subtle hints of citrus and earthy undertones.

As you take the first sip, the palate is greeted by the rich, smoky notes that are synonymous with traditional mezcal. The Espadin agave takes center stage, delivering a robust and authentic flavor profile. A touch of sweetness emerges, balancing the smokiness and adding layers of complexity to the tasting experience.

The finish is smooth and enduring, leaving a warm sensation that lingers on the palate. Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal is best enjoyed neat to fully appreciate the depth of flavors, making it an ideal choice for aficionados seeking an unadulterated and authentic mezcal experience.

This Joven Espadin Mezcal is more than a spirit; it's a celebration of agave's diversity and the skillful hands that bring it to life. Noble Coyote invites you to savor the soul of Mexico with every sip, as tradition and modernity harmonize in a glass of Joven Espadin Mezcal. Elevate your mezcal journey with the unparalleled craftsmanship of Noble Coyote.

Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal Tequila presents itself with a crystal-clear, pristine appearance, reflecting the purity of its artisanal craftsmanship. The liquid clings to the glass, inviting you to explore the depth of character held within.

Upon nosing, a symphony of aromas emerges. The smokiness, a hallmark of traditional mezcal, intertwines with the bright and herbal notes of the Espadin agave. Subtle hints of citrus add a touch of freshness, creating a well-rounded and inviting bouquet that sets the stage for what lies ahead.

The palate experience is a celebration of agave mastery. Robust and authentic, the Espadin agave takes center stage, delivering a rich and smoky foundation. A delicate sweetness emerges, perfectly balancing the intensity and adding a layer of complexity. Earthy undertones and a touch of pepper contribute to the mezcal's depth, creating a harmonious and captivating flavor profile.

Noble Coyote Joven Espadin Mezcal Tequila concludes with a smooth and lingering finish. The warmth persists, offering a gentle reminder of the mezcal's authenticity and the artistry involved in its creation. The aftertaste is both satisfying and contemplative, inviting another sip to further explore the nuances of this exceptional spirit.

Noble Coyote Capon is made in Santiago Matatlan by Marcos & Eleazar Brena. It's double distilled in a copper alembic still.
Agave. ​ Espadín Capón (agave angustifolia) refers to mezcal that is only made from the agave “capado”. This means that 100% of the piñas (agave cores) which are used for mezcal production have started growing a quiote or flowering stalk.
To truly be called mezcal, the liquor must come from certain areas. States that have certified mezcal agave growing areas with production facilities are Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Oaxaca, San Luis Potosí, Puebla, Michoacan, Tamaulipas, and Zacatecas.
Mezcal is a traditional Mexican distilled beverage produced from the fermented juices of the cooked agave plant core. The Agave salmiana from Mexico's Altiplano region is used for mezcal production. The agave cores are cooked in stone ovens to hydrolyze the inulin into fructose.
A capon is a male chicken about 16 weeks to 8 months old which is surgically unsexed. They weigh about 4 to 7 pounds and have generous quantities of tender, light meat. They are usually roasted.The most well-known maguey is the blue weber agave, because it's used to make tequila. You read that right—tequila's a type of mezcal. Excluding tequila, the majority of mezcal is made from the espadin agave plant because it's high in sugar and matures quickly.Mezcal — sometimes spelled mescal — is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage made from a variety of species of agave plant native to Mexico. It's most commonly associated with the state of Oaxaca, where most mezcal production occurs.

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