Amarás Logia Tobalá introduces you to an ancestral recipe where time and details are essential, exhibiting earthy flavors to a strong fruity presence.
- Crafted using a 12-year-old wild agave A. potatorum.
- It is an ancestral mezcal distilled in clay pots.
- This method requires double the amount of agave, on average 40 to 60 lbs, per liter of mezcal; for this reason, each drop of mezcal is invaluable.
Agave: Tobalá (A. potatorum)
Region: Sierra Sur, Oaxaca
Growth period: 12 years
Oven type: Conical stone
Mill type: Egyptian
Cooking wood: Oak
Fermentation vats: Pine woods
Still types: Clay pots
On the nose: Gentle notes of leather and roasted peanut.
On the palate: Smooth notes of figs with a touch of ripe mango and avocado leaf.
Finish: A sweet hint of caramel.