Nose is unpleasant. Cherry? Fruit? Dark notes. Palate was the most palatable part as the finish is terrible with quite a burn on finish. I suppose what is expected with diffuser made tequila.
This was purchased and tasted a long while ago. The price of purchase back then was $220 pesos…
Nose: Ripe fruity aromas, barrel spices, and some earthy notes. Flavor: Flavors follow the aromas. Semi oily sweetness, moderate barrel spice, a hint of almonds and a touch of pepper. Nothing offensive here, but pretty much cookie cutter. Finish: A little caramel with pepper blooming at the tail end.
Lots of astringency, a little bit of hay/straw, then an artificial cake like vanilla. The nose is probably the best aspect of this pour, and that’s not saying much; it’s all downhill from there.
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