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Francisco Terrazas Mezcal Vago.


I asked about the species and was told it is quite simiar to potatorum or is in that family. It is my compilation after much inquiry, research, poking around, a tidbit here, a tidbit there. Thanks for writing in!

She told me it is a Karwinski. Mezcal PhD November 14, at 7: Click here for more information regarding how we harvest in a sustainable manner. Mezcal PhD September 20, at 2: I have been working on this new piece for months.

Different shapes definitely engender different names. Raicilla is mezcal from Jalisco, I have had inaequidens and never heard it referred to as Raicilla. Each pair is essentially comprised of the same grape, but the durangeensis they represent are often very different.

A lot of questions there, but you certainly have expertise here — clearly! Thanks for the comments. Adam J January 29, at 8: Francisco Terrazas December 22, at Mezcal PhD April 10, at 3: At any rate, I hope you find this useful and let me know your thoughts.


The point is that some people would say that coyote is just another name for the more commonly known arroqueno Agave American L. Continue your archeological exploration of this mysterious spirit, you have made incredible strides.

Not a lot on info to go by, but enough to prove it is a thing. Flycakes March 4, at 1: And many mezcals are great. And I also recently acquired a bottle of your Pechuga durangnesis fantastic! I have not heard of it but that happens with regularity in the mezcal varietals world.

Garcia-Mendoza elevated convallis back to species in monograph of the agave of the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan valley. Natural air borne yeasts in ground level cement tanks covered in oak for 3 days Distillation: Roasted in a lava rock lined pit underground using oak, mesquite and acacia for 3 days Fermentation: Valencia-del Toro and E. Mezcal PhD January 21, at 8: Ventura Gallegos Producing this mezcal with generations of tradition, Ventura Gallegos creates a perfectly balanced mezcal.

I have a bottle of Rey Campero Jabali where the label indicates the species is Agave Convallis, just thought I should pass that along.

Jonathan Barbieri March 4, at 2: Budding Mezcal aficionado here, I love this stuff. Is it made from a tobala, Karwinsky, madrecuixe agave. AJPS Most popular papers.

Mezcal PhD January 30, at 1: Mezcal, on the other hand can be made from many types of agave.

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You will see that the numbering to get to 47 is driven by the Sub-Variety or Sub-Species because each is a unique agave from which mezcal is made. Cite this paper G. In order to reduce the negative impact of the collection in the natural populations of A. Reservas de la Biosfera. This wild agave, know locally as agave cenizo, grows in the high plateau of Durango.


And on down the line. Conflicts durangensiz Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest. It is funny that duarngensis mention Penca Verde. I was just at In Curangensis and I asked them for their favorite offering, and Sandra poured me a penca verde. Briana Gregory November 13, at But looking at the NOM it specifies: It is a qgave complex and endless field of discussion, especially since there is no definitive list of the different magueys, let alone agreed upon spellings madrecuixe, madrecuish, madrecuishe?

May not have enough sugars…. This list is fantastic though the one composed in made searching for the common names easier: I have a theory regarding the relationship between the many Zapotec and Spanish names commonly associated with individual species and the unique flavor profiles that each produces.

I got to try it before I bought it and from what I could atave the olla de barro distillation was imparting its own flavor into the mix, because it tasted very similar not the same, though!