Aguas Mansas Mezcal CuisheAguas Mansas Mezcal Cuishe
Aguas Mansas Mezcal Cuishe
Cuishe agave is a maguey that develops in arid areas of the Tehuacán Valley and the Central Valleys. It is a very variable species, it changes colour, size and shape according to the area in which it is born. It is unique because pineapple grows out of the ground.
The nose is earthy, with deep notes of wild herbs and wet earth (preticor). Intense flavours of rosemary, thyme, and cloves
Liquid stories circulate through the pineapples of the agaves, some of the peasants who take care of them as they grow, others of the mezcal masters who make them bloom, and still others of the drinkers, who give them life with each sip.
And it is in those Mansas Waters , full of stories, where the aromas and flavors of one of the drinks with the most identity for the Mexican are deposited, mezcal.
With its dualities revealed, this drink fallen from heaven, found in the earth and its entrails, demonic virtues that have made it the protagonist of rituals alone, in groups, in the fields and in the cities.
Drinking Aguas Mansas mezcal is to shake the best that arises from a Espadín agave that passes through a conical earth oven, grinding in a stone pan, fermentation in a wooden vat and distillation in a copper alembic.
In calm waters demons stir
Aguas Mansas is a 45% Alc. Mezcal, originally from Santiago Matatlán, a town in the heart of the Central Valleys of the state of Oaxaca.
Thanks to the quality of its agaves and production for generations, this town is known as “The World Capital of Mezcal”.
Mezcal Joven Espadín ≈ 100% Agave ≈ Made in Mexico ≈ Cooking in a conical earth oven ≈ Grinding in stone with tahona ≈ Fermentation in wood ≈ Double distillation in copper alembic ≈ Original packaging in Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca ≈ Mezcal master Juan Hernández Santiago ≈ Each production of artisan mezcal is unique≈
It is crystal clear, clean and bright. Apparently high body or density.
On the nose it is aromatic and expressive; In it, sage, rosemary and a citrus touch of grapefruit stand out. There is a slight smoky presence reminiscent of leather.
Its taste is unctuous, subtle and elegant. Balanced acidity and friendly alcohol. When tasting it, its flavor is defined that invites you to continue enjoying it in sips.
To make a pairing with Aguas Mansas mezcal, some suggestions are:
Pata or cueritos tostadas, cottage cheese sopes and white pozole. Fresh oysters, clams, sealed tuna and fillet of dorado are the proposals with seafood. It also goes hand in hand with desserts such as myrtle sweets, guava pie and carafe snow, especially hibiscus and lemon.