Tasted in Reidel glass - perfectly clear in colour, shiny with light to medium viscosity. Nose is pleasing, but very mild agave and faint citrus. Very soft on entry it yields to mild agave, some minerals, and a bitter overtaste which persists through a hot and lengthy alcohol finish. It leaves a bitter, but not unpleasant aftertaste of mint. Overall it is an undistinguished blanco. I fully agree with the other reviewer who would best use it as a mixer.
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.
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.
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.