Codigo 1530 Mezcal Artesanal 84.4

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Codigo 1530 Mezcal Artesanal 84.4

Sale price$65.00

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Location: San Juan del Rio, Oaxaca

Why we love Codigo 1530 Mezcal Artesanal 84.4

  • Ensamble of espadin and tobala magueyes cooked in an earthen oven, crushed by a burro pulled tahona, and distilled in a copper alambique still
  • Rested in Sauvignon Blanc barrels from the Napa Valley
  • Floral, light woody vanilla, mandarin orange citrus, dark cherry, earth, stone, clay and gentle smoke
  • 84.4 Proof / 42.2% ABV
  • Bottle Size: 750mL

Tasting Notes

Aroma: white flowers, citrus, light oak, vanilla

Palate: earthy tones, dark cherry, slate, clay, and gentle smoke

Finish: sweet with a creamy mouthfeel

About the Brand

Tequila Código 1530 comes to the Sip Tequila portfolio from the town of Amatitán in the valley region of Jalisco. Amatitán in particular is known for its earthy, rich, and herbal leaning Tequila profiles and Código holds true to this tradition. The expressions in Código's lineup are aged in carefully sourced French White Oak barrels previously used in the Napa Valley of California, namely the Rosa with its pink hues from 1 months time in barrel, are a fantastic balance of sweetness and vegetal notes of cooked agave, and the subtle notes of oak and red fruits of the wine barrels.

Código 1530 is a special project from former CEO of Crocs, Ron Snyder and Fedrico "Fede" Vaughan with financial backing from country superstar George Strait, retired NHL star Brett Hull, and former NFL coach Mike Shanahan.

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