Cinnamon on the palate, smells like an old wine cellar (in a good way)
I’m picking up agave, cinnamon, and green apple on the nose. I’ve seen others mention lactic funk but I don’t get any of that. Tasting notes include agave, black pepper, nutmeg, honey, oak with a slight bitter twang and whisky finish. Enjoyable.
As the fastest growing spirit in the U.S., tequila has overcome its bad rap as the cheap, college hangover culprit, while simultaneously breaking into a fixated market, where vodka and whiskey previously reigned. What propelled this shift?
Tepozán Tequila is produced with a steadfast commitment to the traditional method of tequila-making using only the highest-grade, mature blue agave, natural yeast and volcanic filtered well-water from Master Distiller Don Carlos’ estate.
Spiced up XA (cafe de olla without the coffee)