Neta Ensamble Espadin-Jabalin
Neta Ensamble Espadin-Jabalin Mezcal at Third Base Market & Spirits
We are honored to introduce the Neta Ensamble Espadin-Jabalin Mezcal at Third Base Market & Spirits—an unparalleled distillation that showcases the zenith of traditional Oaxacan craftsmanship. This unique ensemble is a marriage of Espadin and Jabalin agaves, each handpicked and roasted in earthen pits, providing a mesmerizing complexity that is then captured through meticulous distillation processes.
- Name: Neta Ensamble Espadin-Jabalin Mezcal
- Type: Mezcal (Ensamble)
- Age: Non-Age Statement
- Region: Oaxaca, Mexico
- Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 48.1%
Tasting Notes and Technical Description:
Upon pouring, the liquid offers visual transparency with a silvery hue. A medium body is evident, leaving slight legs on the glass—a sign of its quality and meticulous crafting.
The nose is a multidimensional tapestry. You are first greeted by the robust aroma of cooked agave, bearing a signature sweetness. Interwoven within this core are vibrant notes of green herbs and a touch of smoke. The latter is subtle yet poignant, reminiscent of a wood-fired oven.
The tasting journey of Neta Ensamble Espadin-Jabalin Mezcal is nothing short of magnificent. It opens with the signature sweetness of cooked agave, which is promptly succeeded by layers of complexity. Herbaceous elements like sage and mint fuse seamlessly with a spicy kick of white pepper. Citrus undertones of lime and orange peel lend a vivacious twist.
The finish is enduring, reverberating with a balanced smokiness that integrates beautifully with its citrus and herbal dimensions. A faint trail of minerality, perhaps a nod to the Oaxacan soil, lingers delicately in the background, offering a graceful closure to a spectacular tasting experience.
Available solely at Third Base Market & Spirits, the Neta Ensamble Espadin-Jabalin Mezcal is an epicurean dream for the discerning palates seeking depth and authenticity in a glass. Perfect for both the mezcal aficionado and the curious explorer, this ensamble is not just a drink—it's a narrative of Oaxacan heritage, skillfully translated into a memorable liquid form.