More information about Mezcal Fruto del Sol | Espadin-Madrecuishe
The name of the mezcal keeps what it promises: Fruity and modern fresh it is. For Mezcal beginners, who often the smoky note and the somewhat "unwieldy depth" of some professional Mezcal is too violent, this Ensamble on 70% Espadin and 30% Madrechuishe agaves is the ideal Mezcal.
What is special about this "Fruto del Sol" Mezcal?
Most of the Mezcal here in Europe are made of 100% semi-cultivated agave Espadin / Angustifolia. Accordingly, their taste profile is often very "similar". Ensamble mezcals made from the agave varieties Espadin and Madrecuishe, on the other hand, are rarely found. And that is exactly what is special about this Fruto del Sol. The 30% Madrecuishe agave content brings the fruit icing on or in this mezcal.
Aroma and taste
On the nose, it exudes a distinct fruity note with some herbaceousness. On the palate, the fruity undertone continues and is complemented by subtle smoke, agave and mint. The taste is rounded off by a hint of fresh anise. Its finish is soft and warming. This mezcal is best enjoyed neat, of course, but it is also well suited for light cocktails and quick, simple long drinks.
Where does the still quite unknown brand "Fruto del Sol" come from?
Made again this mezcal in compliance with legal regulations and monitoring by the authorities in Ejutla, Oaxaca, Mexico on traditional method. Mezcal Import Sieghörtner (Casa Del Mezcal) is responsible for the import to Germany. Stefan Sieghörtner is one of the new "Junge Wilden" who has discovered his love for agave distillates and has been importing Mezcal from Mexico to Germany for a short time now. A clear sign that Tequila, Mezcal and other agave spirits from Mexico are becoming more and more popular here in Germany.