Aroma: This has an herbal bush-like scent. Perhaps a cross between tree pitch and juicy fruit gum? Some appealing pepper and spice in its defense. A hint of green olives. Flavors: Totally weird like the aromas - but I keep diving in, trying to figure this one out. There is sweetness, green olives, and the flavor of martinis, with medium heat. This is a super bargain Mexican offering at $120 pesos.
Nose: Fruity and floral aromas laced with cinnamon, nutmeg and light clove. A dusty touch. Citrus and anise pull up the rear. Flavors: There is bitterness, light pepper and a hint of caramel. The nuances of the nose flatten out to a nondescript heat. The bitterness dissipates as it opens up. Finishes with an anise note. This tequila had been sitting on a shelf for a very long time. At $125 pesos, it was worthy of a try.