Clase Azul Mezcal Guerrero reveals one of Mexico's best-kept secrets: the wondrous state of Guerrero, a little-visited region that shows us other facets of Mexican culture. This new member of the Clase Azul family was inspired by the peculiarity of Guerrero's landscape, gastronomy, art and heritage - but also by the strength and leadership of the region's women. Mezcal Guerrero is one of a kind. Its flavor comes from a rare species of agave: the Papalote agave. This plant grows wild in the mountainous regions of Guerrero, combining influences of the sea with green freshness of the forest.
Color:Crystal clear with yellow sparkles.
Aroma:Grapefruit peel, wood, rosemary, peanut, light notes of butter and daisies.
Flavor:Wood, seaweed, lemon juice, pepper and light tobacco notes.
Pairing:Serrano ham tapas, accompanied with tomato and green olive tapenade, steamed fish tacos with jalapeño and tamarind sauce, lemon cake with ripe fruit such as pear, apricot or mango.
The decanter is an artisanal piece that pays homage to the ancestral wisdom, gentle nature and warrior spirit of the Mexican woman - qualities that make her the heart of Guerrero culture. The green color of the decanter represents jade, a gemstone of great value to ancient cultures and a symbol of imperishability. The four-leaf flowers that cover the decanter represent the Aztec legend of how the world was created. The colorful stopper includes a hummingbird, the messenger of the gods, which reinforces the mythical and celestial connection with this Mexican region.
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