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Vida single village mezcal

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Award winner of USC 2012 Chairman's Trophy, Vida single village mezcal is the proud result of Del Maguey's four year long development with palenquero. Produced at the village San Luis Del Rio in Oaxaca, which is the confluence of three great valleys at an altitude of 5,200 feet, this libation made from 100% organic agave Espadin serves as an approachable introduction to the spirit with its fruit-forward aroma and easy sipping flavour.

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Award winner of USC 2012 Chairman's Trophy, Vida single village mezcal is the proud result of Del Maguey's four year long development with palenquero. Produced at the village San Luis Del Rio in Oaxaca, which is the confluence of three great valleys at an altitude of 5,200 feet, this libation made from 100% organic agave Espadin serves as an approachable introduction to the spirit with its fruit-forward aroma and easy sipping flavour.
  • Volume: 750ml
  • 42% vol. alcohol content
  • Region: Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Maguey varietal: Espadin
  • Nose: Roast agave, tropical fruit and honey
  • Palate: Ginger, cinnamon, burnt sandalwood, banana and tangerine, with a long soft finish
  • Double distilled in a copper still
  • Made in Mexico
  • Handle with care
  • Keep in a cool, dry place

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