Great nose of citrus, agave, and light pepper. The taste doesn’t quite match up to the nose but has similar notes with some slight anise. Short finish but overall great value
A – Butter, dulce de leche, honey, cola, anise, allspice, get in my belly aromas! In the best way, minerals and yeast. Cooked agave and alcohol, of course. I’m a sucker for sweets and I can’t wait to taste. T – My initial experience in nosing was matched during the tasting process. Anise, cola, cinnamon, allspice, cooked agave, black pepper. Traveled around the tasting wheel and checked off mint, basil, and oregano heading into the finish. F – An excellent finish, warming my upper chest with each sip. Overall – This had an oily mouthfeel that speaks to me. The more I drink it, the more I like it. Chef’s kiss!
Rated as part of a blind taste test, surprising results! Aroma: Initially hits with aromas of fruit, upon taking the time to single one out, honeydew melon. The fruit aromas meld with cooked agave to produce a very interesting sweetness. Taste: Very mild, with a light and silky mouthfeel, slightly fruity. Finish: A fruit filled finish, the flavors of melon from the aroma reappear. Very nice overall, with some herbal notes, as well as anise and spice.
Blind Taste Test Results Are In from 24 Tasting Panel Members
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