The nose had fruit, heat, mint, herbal, spice, honey, pepper, and it was creamy and filled with vanilla. The taste was medium oils, very sweet, front end heat, vanilla, with a pinch of honey. It was too sweet and artificial tasting to me. The finnish had heat going to a creamy, very sweet with some caramel medium to long, overly sweet finish.
The nose was fruity, a little alcohol, spice, cream, vanilla. The taste had medium oil, was very sweet (maybe overly), some heat on the front end, vanilla, creamy, maybe a pinch of cinnamon. The finish was sweet, soft and creamy, a lot of vanilla in the aftertaste.
The nose has some sweet cooked agave, mint, spice, some anise, slightly herbal with some alcohol on a nose, and it was vanilla and creamy. The taste had medium+ oils, again herbal, sweet, vanilla and creamy, with sort of a pine wood presence and a little front end heat. The finish had some minor heat, creamy, herbal and vanilla.
Nose: Pitted fruit and cider, dark chocolate, vanilla, toffee and oak chips. Flavor: Toffee, pepper and spicy cinnamon. Caramel and vanilla sweetness with light oils. There is an aftertaste of artificial vanilla with bitterness, and the taste of an old fashioned lead pencil. (But not a totally distracting afterthought.) This is a bargain tequila that is serviceable. $301 pesos in 2019.
Nose: Fruity aroma of over ripe pineapple and pear. Trace vanilla and caramelizing agave. Also detecting some dusty concrete. Flavor: Vanilla, lite almond, and pepper. Some pear notes persist and a little spicy heat. A little thin in the mouth. Finish: Slight bitter note on the finish. This tequila packs quite a lot of flavor for a 35% ABV blanco priced at $265 pesos.
Sampled at El Buho September 2018