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Volcan de Mi Tierra

Jalisco (Los Valles)
Nom 1523

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Calificaciones y reseñas de nuestra comunidad

Alex Bette
Tequila Ninja
169 calificaciones

Tom Harrison
Tequila Savant
226 calificaciones

Tom Harrison
Tequila Savant
226 calificaciones

Don Heiser
Tequila Wizard
953 calificaciones

Nick Salcedo
Tequila Ninja
127 calificaciones

Aroma: Honey crisp apple, some very liga herbal notes, some light vanilla, clean but not very complex. Flavor: Very light and sweet cooked agave, a bit of baking spice, anise, some light vanilla, but perhaps slightly bland. Finish: A dry finish that combines anise, agave, some black pepper, with a sprinkle of cinnamon and vanilla.

Josh Ohlinger @QueenCLTequila
Tequila Ninja
123 calificaciones

Aroma/Taste –  Right off the bat, I'm greeted by the comforting scent of cooked agave, intertwined with the richness of roasted pineapple and cherry. There's a surprising hint of licorice and baking spices, adding depth to the aroma. As I delve deeper, I uncover a delightful interplay of fruity sweetness and subtle almond notes. Finish – The finish echoes the initial impressions, with lingering notes of roasted pineapple and butterscotch. While I appreciate the warmth, I can't help but notice a slightly bitter edge in the final moments. Overall – This tequila boasts one of the most distinctive aromas I've encountered, and I found it quite enjoyable. However, the bitterness in the finish detracted slightly from the overall experience. Nonetheless, it offered a refreshingly different journey through flavor profiles.

Josh Ohlinger @QueenCLTequila
Tequila Ninja
123 calificaciones

Aroma/Taste – The oak-aged bourbon is unmistakable. This has all the typical notes of barrel aging, vanilla, caramel, leather. Upon first sip, all the baking spices are there, cinnamon, clove, pinch of nutmeg; I also smell pine. While the essence of agave is discernible, it takes a backseat to the robust presence of bourbon. Finish – Herbal and green pepper on the finish. I enjoy a nice, long finish here. This is warm all the way down. Overall – I really enjoyed this tequila. It's a standout choice for introducing bourbon enthusiasts to the nuanced and delightful world of tequila. Though I appreciated its complexity, I wished for a more pronounced presence of agave, rather than it taking a supporting role.

Mark Foreman
Tequila Ninja
142 calificaciones

Uncooked agave, oak, cinnamon, spices on the nose The barrel is overwhelming on the taste. Agave doesnt come through

Mark Foreman
Tequila Ninja
142 calificaciones

Very smoky with a lovely finish. The sweetness of the agave comes through along with the smokiness which is a unique and favorable combination Nose is wood, some tropical fruit, which is special The finish is excellent

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