nice peppery aroma. soft, but the autoclave takes away the agave. fruity, citrus and soft pepper finish. I'm surprised by the low rating. a little unfair, probably because JT's name is attached to it. old Ebbits Grill $9 fresh bottle champagne glass
Good price for a decent safe mild blanco
NOM 1173. Very floral. Better when it's had some breathing room.
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Having to rate this low even though it is the 1173 non diffuser release from the brand's infancy. Can't seperate the 1102 ratings from 1173 and no difussor product deserves more than 60 tasted sighted. Quite viscous in the mouth this blanco from 2010 or so is peppery and rich in agave. Current Suaza 901 pales but is representitive of the Sauza brand as a whole these days. This early stuff is actually some of the better 1173 juice these days as well, as they have resorted to additives and a diffuser to deal with costs these days. If you can find an old bottle of this look for a Diab Importers bottles for US consumers. Not bad at all.