Aroma - well balanced, raw agave, nicely bright Flavor - felt full in mouth . . . not spicy but clean & crisp . . . hint of (green) apple Finish - good, slight heat at 1st . . . agave-forward, delicious, lingering agave . . . leaves wanting another
Less briney than usual, more balanced and the sweetness from the agave is very present. I fear the value of these will continue to drop as price increases and availability becomes limited.
Nose: Bright and crisp. Baking spice, citrus and gobs of agave. Light mossy earthiness. Flavor: Nice viscosity. Pepper and honeyed agave entrance. Spiciness mirrors the aromas, with the addition of anise. A skosh of saltiness. And my favorite olive note.
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