La Venenosa Raicilla Costa De Jalisco
Raicilla is a mezcal that has been produced in the state of Jalisco for over 400 years, originally named Raicilla to avoid a tax levied by the Spanish crown.
Made in the region of Costa de Jalisco (Cabo Corrientes) in the village of Lanno Grande, El Tuito. It is cooked in an adobe oven with black oak. It is twice distilled in a Filipino style still that is made from the trunk of a Higuera blanca tree.
Flavor profile: cedar and pine with a great balance of smoke and agave. Where the coast meets the forest, with notes of subtle sweetness. Herby, woody, jasmine flower, delicate.