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Mezcal Noble Coyote | Espadín Tobalá 70cl ∙ 45%

Mezcal Noble Coyote | Espadín Tobalá 70cl ∙ 45%


Normal price €69.00 EUR
Normal price selling price €69.00 EUR
basic price €98.57  pro  l
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Experience the sophisticated fusion of Tobalá and Espadín Agaves, grown and harvested by hand in Oaxaca for more than 15 years. Awarded the Gold Medal at the 2022 Tequila & Mezcal Blind Tasting by Spirits Business, Noble Coyote Mezcal Espadín-Tobalá offers an unforgettable taste experience with tropical fruits, honey, pepper and a pleasant smoke. A mezcal with the sophistication of the coyote and the tradition of artisanal production that can be enjoyed both neat and in cocktails.

Raw material: A. angustifolia ( Espadín ) / A. potatorum ( Tobalá )
Maturity: 7-10 years / 12-15 years
Origin: Santiago Matatlan
Crushing: stone mill
Oven: Earth Pit, Mesquite Wood
Cultivation: semi-wild agave
Fermentation: Natural fermentation using wild yeasts in 'Mezquite' wooden barrels
Distillation: twice in copper still
Alcohol content: 45%
Category: Artesanal ( traditional craftsmanship )
Classification: Joven - unstored
Certificate: COMERCAM

Taste/aroma: Tropical fruits like mango and papaya, pleasant smoke, freshly ground pepper, honey, lemon sorbet, eucalyptus and ginger tingle.

Noble Coyote Tobala and Espadin Mezcal combine to create a unique ensemble. The agaves grow for more than eight years (Espadin) or more than 15 years (Tobala) in the fields of Oaxaca before they are carefully harvested by hand. Traditional methods are used to cook the agave hearts in earth ovens and grind them in stone mills by horses. The distillation of this raw mass results in a delicious mezcal with the refinement of a coyote. This creation launched in December 2022.

The aroma of this fine agave schnapps is reminiscent of cooked agave, fresh pepper, ripe Williams pear, white peach and baked puff pastry. The delicate soapiness of the Espadin and the dusty-earthy note of the Tobala merge into a perfect match. The mezcal has a creamy consistency and a spicy smell.

The nose prepares the palate for a taste experience reminiscent of fried jalapeños and cocoa. A beguiling aftertaste of eucalyptus and ginger tingles rounds off the taste experience without any alcoholic burning. The buttery-creamy mouthfeel is retained despite the slight acidity. The mezcal is suitable for pure enjoyment as well as for cocktails such as dirty martinis and Gibson martinis.

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