The smell is a bit fruity, and the taste has agave with a bit of alcohol heat. Not the worst, but you can do better if you're on a budget.
Green bell pepper, lots of alcohol, raw agave, citrus, herbal.
This is one of those times in life you get what you pay for.....I’ve been after it all day by the pool so this probably getting an elevated rating. Something off in the nose, smells like marzipan(English dad, not a pleasant Xmas memory) and scones. Flavour is ok, I can pick out a bit of agave but this takes a wide swing to the sweet side, not a welcome direction. Aftertaste gets hot & boozy, all of this leads to the conclusion that this is intended/marketed as a well brand and not a sipper. I’m pretty sure I paid $10 for this so hence the elevated quality rate, it’s pretty tough to beat 100% agave at those prices!!
Mexico’s Consejo Regulador del Tequila (CRT), or the Tequila Regulatory Council, has won the right to register ‘Tequila’ as a certification mark in the US following a legal battle with drinks group Luxco.
Ethanol on the nose, some agave. Maybe a citrus note? Nothing really stands out. On the palate some agave and a bit of bitter ethanol. Honestly an okay-ish mixer, not a sipper by any means. Very thin, not a ton going on in the finish, and too hot to be a sipper. Not terrible in a margarita though.