Escorpion Pechuga Silver Mezcal Review

Welcome to Escorpion Week on Tequila Aficionado!

We have the full rundown on the entire Escorpion Mezcal collection for you.

 

 

From the newly improved Scorpion Website:

Escorpion Mezcal Varietals

Small Batch, Copper Pot, limited and rare editions

Arroqueño (Agave Americano) Silver and Añejo 40% ABV The Silver version has a lightweight body and a wafting herbaceous nose. The Anejo aged in French Oak adds a delectable touch of caramel, vanilla, cinnamon, toffee and honey.

Barril (Agave Karwinski) Silver 40% ABV and Anejo 43.5% ABV Silver is shimmery clear with a lightweight, silky textured body and a peppery, herbaceous bouquet. The Anejo is aged in French oak for 23 months and emerges with a lush medium body weight and a lightly spiced herbal, pastry and honey bouquet.

Pechuga Silver 42% ABV This unique Pechuga recipe starts with a base of 100% espadin agave then combines Oaxacan orange squash, red banana, pineapple, guava, crabapple and cinnamon in the mash. A chicken breast is hung in the still for the last distillation.

Tobalá (Agave Potatorum) Silver 40% ABV Considered the King of Agaves, this estate grown Tobala erupts with fresh aromas of dill, kiwi, and freshly mown grass, all overlayed with a smoky richness. Rating Platinum 96 points BTI

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