The La Venenosa Tabernas Edicion II is made with the Chico aguiar agave is an angustifolia but I’m not sure of which variety nor whether it hyrbidized locally. It was roasted underground, fermented wild in oak vats, twice distilled in a Philippine still. This is the second in the Raicilla Venenosa Tabernas series. The label is almost indistinguishable from the first edition, look for the “II Edición” below the word “Tabernas” 44.5% ABV on the front label as markers. The details on the back also clearly call it out. This is a very illusive mezcal. It opens with a bouquet of nuanced peppery and granite flavors that evolve into a bundle of fall spices at the end including cinnamon, mace, and cloves.