On the sweeter side of tequila, no agave detected at all Barrel spice was overwhelming
On the sweeter side of tequila, no agave detected Reminded me of captain crunch cereal
On the sweeter side of tequila, no agave detected
Overly sweet, manipulated, does not tastes like cooked agave at all. Pretty and pricey bottle. Hard pass
Syrupy sweet. Like they’re doing everything possible to hide the real flavor. Not for me.
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