Bruxo No. 4 Ensamble Mezcal
"Ensamble" translates to English as "blend" or, literally, "assembly," but in mezcal terms it means "whatever was lying on the ground.
" In this case, it was espadín, barril and cuiche varietals of maguey.
"Ensamble" translates to English as "blend" or, literally, "assembly," but in mezcal terms it means "whatever was lying on the ground." In this case, it was espadín, barril and cuiche varietals of maguey. Each Bruxo is made in a different part of Oaxaca by a different mezcalero or maestro and this one is the work of Hero Rodriguez in the town of Las Salinas.
Mezcal JovenA spirit distilled from one or more different varieties of agave. Can only be produced in designated areas within 8 different Mexican states. Must be bottled in México. This is unaged or aged in stainless steel or plastic containers before bottling.
"Much as it works in the sense of sound, sometimes spirits taste best when there are different harmonies coming together. Each maguey varietal contributes different flavor profiles that all seem to make one pretty flavor. There are vegetal notes of jalepeño, tropical fruits and a mixture of both sweet and hot peppers. It also has a rich, buttery vanilla quality that fans out into a clean salty finish."