Artisanal mezcal made from agave Espadin roasted in earthen ovens with mesquite and aged in french white oak giving it complex sweet and smoky flavors.
We tasted Los Nahuales Anejo at Meeting No. 23 on April 24, 2014. We rated it 2.50 out of 5, though we had some disagreement among member ratings. Los Nahuales Anejo ranks 15th overall in Mezcal. At a street price of $125, this spirit is expensive given the our rating of it.
Joel • 4/24/2014 • 3.5
Nose of ash, paint thinner, vanilla. Wow wow wow. This has more going on than nearly any spirit you may find. Highly complex. This is intriguing.
Justin • 4/24/2014 • 3.0
Cigarette smoke and wintergreen on the nose. An oily, soapy film sticks to the roof of my mouth.
Bradford • 4/24/2014 • 2.5
Peppery and sweet BBQ flavor; clean taste at first but gets dirty, a delayed tingling sensation. Not sure about this one, not bad but not having another.
Greg • 4/24/2014 • 2.0
Nose: Lumberyard and distant smoke; fresh sawdust and navy cut tobacco. Taste: cheap motel room, stale perfume and old cigarette smoke; dirty carpet and cleaning solution. Can almost hear the maids cursing the prior night's orgy.
Jason P. • 4/24/2014
Nose: Soap dish. Grape leaves. Old leather musty. Sour fruit. Taste: Lavender. Dish soap. Silky. Finish: Soap, passion fruit, honey.
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