Nose: Some earthy sharp notes, raisins and light oak. Flavors: Caramel, white pepper, warm to hot barrel spice and hazelnuts.
To be honest, this bottle has been open one year. So it's a bit lighter than I remember. But I have to say, it's pretty tasty. So, here we go. A bit washed out baked agave. It has light aromas they were much more forward when first opened. Light agave notes and hints of oak. Faint hints of warmth. I'll have to buy another bottle soon to compare.
Great lime and light wood on the nose, very inviting. mildly sweet entry, more okay than the nose would suggest. Nutty, mildly spicy, with a touch of bitterness mixed with walnuts at the finish. This was an older, 100% agave bottle, very very good stuff.
So, first, I'll just say there are floaties in my bottle. It's a plastic screw top with no liner, so it's not from the packaging. Light filtration? Could be a good thing? Big aroma of fresh agave with hints of celery and sweet green vegetables. Enters smooth and creamy. Moderate agave flavor with a hint of smoke, sweetness and black pepper, building into a moderate pepper finish of short length. The aroma is quite nice, as is the mouthfeel. The flavor and finish are pleasant, but not spectacular. If someone wants to move past Avion and Casamigos, this could really introduce them to some nice agave character.