Slightly oily entry with a wonderful body. Savory, and a lot of tree fruits, peach, mountmorency cherry, persimmon and cinnamon notes. The barrel it was aged in also adds a charming vanilla,oak and touches of leather and charcoal.The carmelization of the slow roasted agave yields a wonderful bouquet and treats without the waxy fibrous bitter you get from rushing the process (in kilns that look like they should be drying lumber not producing tequila) that many of the large producers use. Finish is medium long, deadly smooth with slightly sweet then drying citrus and savory ending, making reach for just one more (honest) taste.
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