Mezcal Peloton 1L

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The meaning of Pelotón de la Muerte translates to “the Squadron of Death”. The flag itself represented the insurgent army called “The Squadron of Death” who fought for Father Miguel Hidalgo who was executed by a firing squad in 1811, decapitated and taken to the Alhondiga de las Granaditas, in Guanajuato, where it was hung on exhibition for leading the revolution. This Mezcal Peloton De La Muerte pays homage to this story, Mexico’s struggle for Independence and celebrates it.

Smells Like

Kiwi fruit, lemon zest, dried peppercorn, agave, and soft smoke.

Tastes Like

Clean, semi-dry and citric with a forward sweetness and a pleasant, lingering warmth. This Espadin mezcal makes for perfect cocktails without being overpowered by smoke.

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Product Description

The meaning of Pelotón de la Muerte translates to “the Squadron of Death”. The flag itself represented the insurgent army called “The Squadron of Death” who fought for Father Miguel Hidalgo who was executed by a firing squad in 1811, decapitated and taken to the Alhondiga de las Granaditas, in Guanajuato, where it was hung on exhibition for leading the revolution. This Mezcal Peloton De La Muerte pays homage to this story, Mexico’s struggle for Independence and celebrates it.

Smells Like

Kiwi fruit, lemon zest, dried peppercorn, agave, and soft smoke.

Tastes Like

Clean, semi dry and citric with a forward sweetness and a pleasant, lingering warmth. This Espadin mezcal makes for perfect cocktails without being overpowered by smoke.

How It Is Made

Pelotón de la Muerte joven is produced in Tlacolula, Oaxaca by mezcalero Cutberto Santiago and his family, who cook agave Espadin agave in stone pit ovens using traditional methods.

This mezcal has notes of kiwi fruit, lemon zest, dried peppercorn, agave, and soft smoke. Pelotón de la Muerte is aimed at the cocktail scene and is sold exclusively by Agave Lux in the 1 Litre format.