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On the nose it’s classic Cascahuin. Gorgeous agave on the nose. Palate is soft and lovely with a nice minimal heat finish. Very easy to sip. Wow. An absolute joy beginning to finish. I could sniff the nose all day. This is tequila. Love the single estate and blending of
This is an amazing juice for the price. Compared to other tequila in its price range, it has an outstanding cooked agave presence. It’s quite balance and there are no detectable augmented elements, which these days it’s a great feature per se. Maybe a little thin on body, but not
Cooked agave on the nose. Some baking spice. Some light pear aromas. Nice cooked agave. More baking spice flavor. A little light citrus and pear again. Some green pepper and vegetal. Nice tingle and just enough bite. Finish has a nice cooked agave presence. Not super long but it’s nice
This is great! It’s in the same rating and high value neighborhood just below Bracero and Tapatio, and just above Peligroso and Abreojos, although these other brands may have very different flavor profiles. This has a really nice citrus and fresh agave flavor that also feels light and smooth. It
This is an excellent Highlands / El Alto Añejo that has been aged for 24 months in charred American white oak whiskey barrels. The nose is sweet and fruity which I’ve come to expect from agave forward Highland tequilas. The cooked agave is nice and buttery while the fruitiness has
On the nose, I Immediately get agave and butterscotch coming up from the glass before I really started smelling it. Some fruitiness, citrus, oak. That grassy note I get from the blanco is there but subdued and much more pleasant here. On the palate, I am definitely getting the oak,
Clean and crisp. This expression has cooked agave, citrus and earthy tones on the nose. Pepper, minerals and agave dominate. It has a wonderful sweetness to it (a good natural-occuring sweetness that you get from a horno and tahona). One of my favorite brands.