Distiller: Tequilera Las Juntas
ABV: 40% ABV
Nose: Roasty, toasty, nutty, loaded with agave character. Faint sourness before an explosion of citrus, faint meatiness and some enticing minerality.
Taste: Lots of sweetness – creamy vanilla, hint of confectioners sugar. Light pepper note, some bitterness and minerality. Sourdough crust, nice earthiness. Thin on the palate, faintly vegetal.
Finish: Short finish, not a ton going on. Bit of heat, some pepper, nice agave notes, but it’s a short lived finish and moves right along.
Overall: Certainly not bad, and nice to see it standing out from the diffuser crowd, but it’s a bit pricy for what you get.
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