Se Busca Mezcal Reposado 40% NV

€ 41,50 (ex Vat)
50,22 (in Vat)
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Distillery Se Busca
Bottler OB
Serie Mezcal Artesanal
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Distilled date Not Specified
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Country Mexico
Region San Juan del Río, Oaxaca
Age 10 months
Cask Type French oak
Cask Number Lot: SBR-0620
Alcohol percentage 40
Volume 0,70
Condition Perfect
Label Perfect
Stock 3

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In the realm of mezcal, Se Busca Reposado emerges as a tribute to the courageous women of the Mexican Revolution who stood side by side with men in the pursuit of a new constitution. The name "Se Busca," translating to 'wanted' in Spanish, pays homage to these fearless women—Adelitas and Soldaderas, the outlaws of their time. Unapologetically bold, much like the mezcal it embodies, Se Busca is a heartfelt tribute to their battle cry, a testament that in every revolution, love prevails.

Crafted from 100% agave Espadin in the quaint town of San Juan del Rio, Oaxaca, Se Busca Reposado is a reflection of authentic artisanal mezcal production. Aged for a span of 10 months in French oak barrels, this expression unfolds with nuanced notes of coconut, almond, and hazelnut, interwoven with the subtle influences of oak and mesquite.

With an alcohol content of 40%, Se Busca Reposado invites enthusiasts to embark on a sensory journey through the heart of tradition and rebellion. Beyond being a mere libation, it stands as a tribute to the indomitable spirit of Adelitas and Soldaderas who defied societal norms, etching their mark on the pages of history. The mezcal encapsulates the resilience and rebellion that marked the Mexican Revolution, echoing the battle cry of love that persisted amidst the chaos.

Se Busca Reposado is more than just a drink; it is a narrative etched in every sip—a celebration of tradition, courage, and the enduring power of love. In the world of mezcal, Se Busca Reposado stands as a symbol of heritage and history, a toast to the unyielding spirit that continues to shape the rich tapestry of Oaxacan culture.

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