Don Nacho, 4th generation mezcalero, from the “Palenque” family, uses only 100% Espadín Agave from the Valley of San Dionisio Ocotepec , Oaxaca, to produce the outstanding Mezcal Eterno. The production method is strictly traditional; the Espadin magueys are at least 10 years old when they are harvested, crushed with the traditional Tahona, fermented in wooden tanks and twice copper pot distilled. The resulting nectar is the poured straight into the beautifully packaged bottles for the Joven or aged in used American White Oak casks for the Anejo.
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