Light floral and sweet agave on the nose, with more agave and some cinnamon flavor profile. Light to medium finish. I got this in the mid-$30s which seems like nice value for a solid Blanco. I’ve been excited to try this now that it’s from NOM 1414. Certainly worth a sip. Seems a bit sweeter and brighter than NOM 1456, and I’ll give 1414 the edge for me.
Nose: Floral and fruity. Citrus, pine needles and minerals. Underlying sweet spices: cinnamon, nutmeg, light anise and allspice. Herbs also share the profile: rosemary and thyme - and a little dustiness. Plenty going on here, yet somehow the nose gives a delicate impression. Flavor: Sweet with heat. Medium viscosity with almond paste and vanilla creaminess. A hint of green pineapple accompanying the citrus notes. Salinity. Slight suggestion of bitters. Warming pepper heat and anise round out the finish.
Beautiful nose. Agave still comes through along with wood. Pallet makes way for more wood but not over powering. This is just such a treat and a true sleeper. The entire Maracame line has impressed me
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