Mezcal Clase Azul
Mezcal Clase Azul is made from Cenizo Agave, which grows wild in the Mexican State of Durango. The area’s climate, the soil rich in minerals and the natural springs all create a unique and complex Mezcal. Mezcal Joven, meaning it’s unaged.
The bottle that encases this amazing mezcal is hand-carved by Mexican artisans and is insipired by black clay pottery, which is one of the most recognizable forms of Mexican folk art. This makes every bottle one of a kind, just like this mezcal.
Mezcal Clase Azul Tasting Notes
Appearance | Clear.
Nose | Strong with herbs and hay.
Flavor | Notes of raw peanut, smoke, new apples, and wood.
Finish | Long with toasted wood and grasses.