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Bozal Cuixe Mezcal 47% 75cl

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Name:Bozal Cuixe Mezcal
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Bozal Cuixe Mezcal

The Cuixe agave plant is one of the most visually striking species that is used in the production of Mezcal. It is also one of the hardest and most difficult species to work with and that is why it's not seen all that often. It produces very earthy flavours that are complimented by tropical fruit.
Official Tasting Notes Driven by intense citrus and strong minerality, the Cuixe has a dry entry. As is experienced in the rich tropical fruit on the palate that moves to sweet potato on the front. Green vegetal notes in the mouth and a dry smoky finish then follow. A complex flavour profile that proves quite enjoyable.
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