Beveland Distillers has launched its first mezcal brand, called Planta Santa. Made in Oaxaca, Mexico, Planta Santa comes in joven, reposado, and añejo varieties. It is made using a mix of espadín agave and other grown and wild agaves.
The name is inspired by the belief that the gods sent down a flash of lightning, which struck an agave plant and made a mezcal sprout, says the brand.
Planta Santa Joven is described as a young mezcal with the distinct flavor of cooked agave. Planta Santa Reposado has been matured for four months in American oak barrels, while the Añejo mezcal has been aged 12 months in American oak barrels.
In the agave spirits sector, Beveland also produces Tres Sombreros tequila, which comes in five varieties: Blanco, Reposao, Anejo, Silver, and Gold.
For more information, head over to Beveland’s official website.
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