Mezcal "Burrito Fiestero" Joven Cenizo, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Burrito Fiestero" Joven Cenizo, 0.7 L
Mescal pure, transparent color with a silver tint.
The savory taste of mescal reveals the original lemon and grassy notes of green agave.
The aroma of mezcal is filled with delicate shades of citrus fruits.
Mezcal can be consumed in its pure form with a slice of orange. Cocktails are also made on the basis of mescal (with lemon or orange juice, with ginger beer).
"Zignum" Silver is an original Mexican Premium Class mescal made by distilling the Espadene fermented agave juice and bottled immediately after distillation. The word "mezcal" comes from the language of the Nauatl Indians: "melt" means "agave", and "ixcalli" means "cooking." Thus, mescal means "cooked agave." Young mescal "Zignum" Silver is of high quality and demonstrates all the uniqueness and purity of taste of green agave.
Mescal Zignum Silver won gold medals from the Beverage Tasting Institute and the SIP Awards, as well as a silver medal in the San Francisco Spirit Award, 2014.
The distillery Burrito Fiestero is located in the Mexican state of Durango. Produced under the brand name "Burrito Fiestero", the mezcal reflects the spirit of Mexico, its soul, essence and traditions. Production is organized in harmony with the environment and local customs. The symbol of the company is a donkey, which is a full-fledged employee of the distillery, helping to transport agave for processing. Burrito Fiestero is part of the association of the best manufacturers of tequila and other agave drinks - "AliasSmith". Today, AliasSmith distributes the best Mexican spirits around the world, organizing various workshops, training, and annual expert trips to Mexico. In 2006, AliasSmith, in collaboration with the National Chamber of Industry of Tequila, instituted a Tequila Maestro diploma, and has since awarded 55 specialists who have been trained and tested.
The distillery Burrito Fiestero understands the importance of conserving natural resources, so she created a reforestation campaign called “One for One” and plant one agave for each bottle of mescal produced, which is 10 times more than used in production.