Tasted side by side with a Kah Blanco both from NOM 1472. This is marked 75034/1203A and the Kah is 75025/1011A. Very similar in aroma, mouth feel and flavor this just reinforces my opinion many brands made at the same distillery only differ in the bottle...
Aroma: barely no agave but lots of alcohol. Palate: citrus and raw agave. Finish: low with alcohol after taste
Seems like we’ve peaked at Reposado, this has an inviting nose but falls flat on my palette when I look for agave or unique qualities. Beautiful bottle and great marketing, I’m not a hater but also won’t recommend.
Still thin and flat on the finish but at least this version smells like agave out of the bottle. Not very memorable, try it once and move on.
Thin & absent of any discernible agave, this is made for gringos(all about the bottle) and not worth discussion with any serious brands.
NOM 1472 Tasted back to back with the Santos reposado, this has a cinnamon note not present in the Santos. Not something I care for in the perceived amount.
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