A little too sweet, and vanilla tasting but easily a sipper.The nose gave sweet, floral, anise and vanilla with very mild pepper/spice.The initial taste was thin/med oil, slight brine,and oak with a slight burn. It went on to be slightly peppery and spicy with the vanilla taste and some brine.The spicy finish lingers for a bit. The bottle is a keeper, the juice was good but not great.- Long Island Lou Tequila
We all know what the bottle looks like. But the tequila inside of it is nothing to laugh at. This is one of the best tequilas I have had. On top of the amazing flavor and presentation the price was a STEAL: $29.78 in metro Detroit. I highly recommend and hope that you can find it for a similar price. Even if you have to pay $50.00 get it!
Tasted neat in a snifter. Crisp, spicy, fresh agave initial taste. Warm, vanilla body that was over-powering. Slow, sweet finish. I was not impresses with the tequila. I was dissapointed, even though the price was 27.97
The AsomBroso bottle...everyone's already said it or thought it.
Aroma: Earthy agave with hints of vanilla and spice.
Initial Taste: Very sweet. Agave and vanilla.
Body: Semi-oily. A custard-like flavor. Very strange for a blanco. Some agave, vanilla and spice. Clearly this is rested for some time.
Finish: Short finish. Sweet, not at all peppery. For blanco purists, this will be disappointing, but it's not a bad finish.
This is a strange blanco because it drinks like it's rested and has taken barrel properties. It's sweet and pleasant, but without a ton of complexity. If you can get a deal, this is worth it. It's been discounted a lot of places, so do your homework and find it for a good price.