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Blancos T Tequila.net February 17, 2008 38396
NOM 1079
Overall rating
 
93
Aroma-Nose
 
93
Initial Taste
 
92
Body
 
93
Finish
 
92
Enjoyability
 
93
Price
 
92
Presentation
 
96
After loving both the reposado and the anejo, it's odd that it took me so long to grab a bottle of the Aha Toro blanco. The final motivation came with the distillery change to NOM 1535. The bottle that I am reviewing is from NOM 1079.

Price: $40-50/bottle

Aroma: A big nose of cooked agave with complimentary scents of grass and and pepper.

Initial Taste: Grassy cooked agave. The sweetness is just about perfect.

Body: A nice oily mouth feel. The sweetness is well balanced with the green notes and a nice peppery kick.

Finish: A great finish with a nice peppery kick and a light cinnamon note as well. There's lots of agave flavor throughout this whole blanco. And it lingers on nicely.

I'm a bit upset with myself that it took me this long to get a bottle of this blanco. If you are a looking for a blanco with a big cooked agave essence with a light vegetal compliment throughout the entire drink, you'll like this juice. The price is about where it should be for a tequila of this quality. One thing that should not go unmentioned is the great look of the bottle. Authentic and sleek. This tequila is the total package.
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