Milagro blanco tasted out of snifter 6/16/08. Milagro is a decent tequila for what I paid (19 bux). But I think it would go better as a mixer rather than neat. Thats just my opinion.
Aroma: A pleasantly subtle aroma of smoke, pear, and vanilla.
Inital Taste: With an oily mouth feel, and a slightly bitter taste.
Body: Bitter taste turning into a strong agave presence with very spicy tones.
Finish: Of medium duration with alcohol burn.
Milagro silver is a very clear blanco with a slightly oily feel and look. The initial aroma is blue agave, citrus, and a slight hint of pear. The aroma is beautiful in my opinion.
Upon first sip, Milagro has a very strong presence of blue agave and pepper flavors. What we smelled in the aroma earlier (pear and citrus) is completely overpowered by the blue agave and pepper taste as well as the moderately long alcohol burn.
Personally I like when my alcohol reminds me that I am drinking alcohol as it goes down, but I feel Milagro has a better initial aroma than actual taste and finish. Good tequila to take neat but would probably serve as a mixer for those of you that like really smooth tequila.
A consummate mixing tequila. Works very well in margaritas or other mixed drinks, but not really smooth or flavorful enough to want to drink straight. Very little character, a bit too much burn to be sipped regularly.
However, the price is right and the agave flavor and quality come out well in mixed drinks. The bottle is simple, but classy. A good, but not great tequila.
Milagro Silver ? NOM 1420 ? Tasted 3/12/07. The tequila is clear in color. Beginning with intense earth and floral aromas, the deeper aromas include moderate spice and fruit scents. On the tip of the tongue there is a mellow and soft sensation that is followed by a sweet and low bitter taste. Upon tasting, the tequila has intense floral and agave followed by moderate spice, earth, and fruity flavors. Milagro Silver tequila finishes with a medium duration of flavor and a numbing alcohol intensity. Overall, I rate this tequila at the ?B+? level.
Tasted in a caballito on March 2, 2008 when swirled the Milagro silver held onto the glass slowly forming legs.
Aroma: strong alcohol & citrus
Taste: pure agave with a very light almost water body, citrus & pepper with a numbing burn from initial taste to finish
Milagro Silver is a great priced pure unrested tequila to use in cocktails, neat or with ice for those of you who enjoy spicy food and/or just pure tequila. The bottle stands tall with it's blue ends and a wood/cork stopper.