NOM 150I- horrible and fake tasting
Another Cristalino, no reason to ruin a good Anejo. Not offensive but not outstanding either
I first tried this years ago when I first started out sipping tequila neat. I remember liking it but now that I’m a more seasoned and educated connoisseur it doesn’t do it for me. I struggle to detect any tequila notes on the nose. I smell weak rubbing alcohol. I first taste neutral alcohol and then I get cooked agave and slight oak on the tail end. The finish is non memorable. I’d pass on this product. Save your money.
Nice blend of agave, vanilla, and just a touch of oak left in this filtered extra anejo. Very smooth. But it tastes like it has sweetener added.
The struggle these days isn't in finding a superb, distinctive, and refined tequila – one that instantly erases any hangover memories of rotgut shots – but deciding among myriad great options.
After practicing insurance litigation at a firm for three years until Oct. 2011, Girgis, 31, and his two business partners founded Qui Tequila.
This is one of the reasons a new tequila company called Qui Tequila was launched by Pete Girgis.