Ojo de Tigre bottle
The bottle with glasses
The bottle with Agave
Bottle within wood

Ojo de Tigre, Espadín-Tobala, 70 cl, 37 %

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A perfect entry level mezcal for people who want to try Mezcal for first time.
  • Category: Aperitivo
  • SKU: 40010
Facts
  • Brand Ojo de Tigre
  • Class Mezcal Tipo I
  • Alcoholic grade 37 %
  • Content 70 cl
  • Country distilled México
  • Country of bottling México
  • Very smooth taste
  • Blended Mezcal of Espadín from Oaxaca and Tobalá from Puebla
  • 100% artisanal with 100% sustainable agaves
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Color, aromas and taste.
Color
  • color
    Transparent
    Transparent
Aromas
  • Ahumado (Smokey) Nose: 30%; Mouth: 20%
    Ahumado (Smokey)
  • Lively, pushing Nose: 20%; Mouth: 10%
    Lively, pushing
  • Stonefruit Nose: 40%; Mouth: 20%
    Stonefruit
  • Dried herbs Nose: 10%; Mouth: 10%
    Dried herbs
  • Oily Nose: 0; Mouth: 20%
    Oily
  • Agave Nutrition Nose: 0; Mouth: 20%
    Agave nutrition
Taste
  • Bitterness Intensity: 20.00%
    Bitterness
  • Sourness Intensity: 20.00%
    Sourness
  • Umami Intensity: 20.00%
    Umami
  • Sweetness Intensity: 20.00%
    Sweetness
  • Saltiness Intensity: 20.00%
    Saltiness
Food pairings
  • seafood
    Seafood
  • Oysters
    Oysters
  • chicken
    Chicken
  • Avocado
    Avocado
  • Fresh Cheese
    Fresh cheese
  • Melon
    Melon
  • Vegetables
    Vegetables
  • Sorbete
    Sorbete
  • Baked fruits
    Baked fruits

Light to medium bodied, bright crystalline with pearly shades.

cocktail OJO DE TIGRE is a kind alternative, An incredibly smooth but complex mezcal that seeks to attract new consumers to the mezcal world. Its best served neat & cool (about 14 ° C) along fresh seafood like oysters. A perfect substitute for the bartender that wants to serve a modern classic.

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Brand and creators
The brand creator
The brand creator
Luis Gerardo Mendez
Luis Gerardo Mendez
The Brand
The Brand
Ojo de Tigre mezcal was born from a desire to create a spirit of exceptional qualities, the result of merging the artisanal and ancestral traditions of Oaxaca and Puebla to produce great mezcal. Committed to the development of a liquid out of the ordinary, we created an iconic vessel to take care of it. This unique bottle emerged from the inspiration of the flasks of yesteryear as a personal amulet that accompanies us all the time, in good times and in bad times. From the above is where the origin of our name is reinforced, the tiger’s eye: the semiprecious stone universally recognized as an amulet of good fortune.
Production details
It combines the sweet and smokey balance of the Espadín and the herbal complexity of the Tobalá making it incredibly balanced and smooth mezcal without overpowering smokiness.
Artwork Espadin - From Oaxaca, Maturity: up to 14 years
Tobala - From Puebla, Maturity: 8 to 9 years
Espadin
  • FIELD LOCATION
    Puebla
  • SINGLE ESTATE RAW MATERIAL
  • Cultivated
    Wild
plant
Ojo de Tigre, is a 100% handmade artisanal mezcal, produced with 100% sustainably grown and cultivated agaves (Espadín from Oaxaca and Tobalá from Puebla). An incredibly smooth but complex mezcal that seeks to attract new consumers to the category.
  • DISTILLERY LOCATION
    Atlixco PueblaPuebla
  • NOM
    NOM-O649X
  • THE BRAND OWNER OWNS/ CONTROLS THE DISTILLERY
Bottling process
Bottling process
Preparing the product
Preparing the product

Manufacturing and aging

This mezcal is being produced using ancestral process in small batches, cooked in an underground stone pit oven, fermented naturally in wooden vats and distilled twice in cooper stills.
Raw Material
Raw Material
Blend of several Raw Materials
Cooking
Cooking
Traditional groundpit
Milling
Milling
Tahona and Roller Mill
Fermentation Container
Fermentation Container
Wooden bassins
Fermentation Method
Fermentation Method
Fibres and liquid, Added Standard jeast
Distillation
Distillation
Copper Pot Still
Bottling
Bottling
  • NO Use of accelerators under fermentation
    NO Additives after distillation

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