NOM 1457. NOM 1457.
Nice balance, fresh agave with a smooth near-anejo finish.
Aroma filled with licorice and the finish somehow feels like Texas, sweet and smooth at first yet with texture and roughness at the end. Interesting stuff.
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Aroma: light on agave but heavy on grass and earth tones. Palate: mint, herbal, earth, citrus and green olives. Finish: green olives and earth tones. Not much agave flavor.