Mezcal Vago - Olla de Barro Ensamble from Sola de Vega has a soft bouquet of pine needles and fertile earth. Its full body has an essence of charred cinnamon and finishes with notes of pumpkin and chestnuts.
Tio Rey crafts his mezcal in Sola De Vega, a region famous for its use of olla de barro (clay pots) in distillation. His palenque sits ideally on a fertile hill near a fresh mountain spring. His water source, rich soil and ancient methods yield rich and satisfying mezcals. Each unique blend of agaves he creates will have a different flavor. The blends include various amounts of Espadin, Mexicano, Coyote, Arroqueño and Sierra Negra. Each batch will be clearly labeled as to its content so we might learn a thing or two from this master.