Crystal clear color with intense citric and sweet notes with a earthy hint ending.
Santa Maria Quiegolani is located at 2’160 mts above the sea level. The name is derived from Zapotec meaning "carved rock" or possibly "within the river", and it is right here in the reed-bed where the Palenque from the community that produces El Huésped.
Agave from the region for the region, the most Agaves are wild Tobalá, Tepeztate and Jabalís, the region is as well abundant in Cultivated Espadin and the fields can be seen in the mountains’ panorama, needless to say the name “El Huésped” is more than eloquent with town’s hospitality and how good everyone receives you with an smile up there!
Maguey: 100% Espadín
Location: Santa María Quiegolani, Oaxaca
Rippening time: 7-10 years
Oven type: Conical Underground oven
Mill type: Tahona Chilena
Fermentation water: Mountain spring water
Fermenter type: Wooden tubs made of pine
Maestro Mezcalero: Don Enrique
Distiller Type: Copper Still
Number of distillations: 2 Alc.
Vol: 45% Net.
Cont: 700 ml
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