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Rancho De La Luna Mezcal Artisanal Tequila

Vendor La Luna
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Introducing Rancho De La Luna Mezcal Artisanal Tequila – a testament to the rich heritage and craftsmanship of Mexico's agave spirits. Meticulously crafted in small batches at the Rancho De La Luna distillery, this mezcal tequila embodies the essence of tradition, authenticity, and the artistry of agave cultivation.

In the bottle, Rancho De La Luna Mezcal Tequila presents itself with a golden hue, hinting at the depth and complexity achieved through traditional production methods. The aroma is a captivating blend of smoky agave, earthy undertones, and a subtle hint of citrus, creating an olfactory experience that pays homage to the heart of mezcal-making.

On the palate, this artisanal tequila unfolds with layers of flavor. Robust notes of roasted agave intertwine with smoky accents, complemented by hints of pepper and citrus. The mouthfeel is smooth and well-balanced, showcasing the skillful craftsmanship that defines Rancho De La Luna Mezcal.

Versatile and sippable, this mezcal tequila is perfect for savoring neat or as the foundation for classic cocktails like the smoky Mezcal Margarita or innovative mezcal creations. Rancho De La Luna Mezcal Artisanal Tequila invites enthusiasts to appreciate the genuine flavors of traditional mezcal-making, providing a sensory journey into the heart of Mexico's agave culture.

The label of Rancho De La Luna Mezcal Tequila is a nod to the artistic spirit of the region, featuring unique designs that reflect the character and authenticity within the bottle. Each sip is a celebration of the time-honored traditions and the dedication of those who cultivate and distill this exceptional mezcal tequila.

Raise your glass to the essence of Mexico with Rancho De La Luna Mezcal Artisanal Tequila – where tradition meets innovation, and each pour is a journey into the soul of agave spirits. Salud to the spirit of Rancho De La Luna.

ABV

49.56%

Tasting Notes

Appearance:
Rancho De La Luna Mezcal Artisanal Tequila presents a rich golden hue in the glass, a visual testament to the craftsmanship and depth of character achieved through traditional production methods.

Nose:
The aroma is a captivating blend of smoky agave, earthy undertones, and a subtle hint of citrus. This olfactory symphony pays homage to the heart of mezcal-making, inviting anticipation for the complex flavors that will unfold.

Palate:
Upon the first sip, this artisanal tequila reveals layers of flavor. Robust notes of roasted agave take center stage, intertwined with smoky accents that evoke the traditional method of production. Subtle hints of pepper and citrus add complexity, creating a palate that is both dynamic and well-balanced. The mouthfeel is smooth, showcasing the skillful craftsmanship that defines Rancho De La Luna Mezcal.

Finish:
The finish is satisfyingly smooth, with the lingering echoes of smoky agave and a subtle peppery warmth. It provides a nuanced and delightful conclusion to the tasting experience.

Distillery Information

Rancho de la Luna mezcal is produced using 100% agave Angustifolia (maguey Espadin) in Santiago Matatlan, Oaxaca. The harvested plants are roasted in a conical stone over, milled by a tahona, naturally fermented in wooden vats, and double-distilled in copper pots.
La Luna Mezcal is made in Etucuaro, Michoacan, by a fourth-generation mezcalero at a family-owned distillery dating back to 1910. Made mostly from cultivated agave cupreata, this is an expression ideal for introducing tasters to mezcal.
More than 90% of mezcal is made in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, but is now produced and commercialized throughout Mexico for the national and international market. Native fermented drinks from maguey plant, such as pulque, existed before the arrival of the Spanish.
Proprietor Salvador Chavez, born in Michoacan, and raised as a teenager in Sonoma, California, returned to his family's heritage and began importing and producing mezcal in 2017. His family produces mezcal and local cheeses, and helps oversee operations.
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.

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