Initialy I was drinking out of my go to caballito glass, but, then gave it a try out of a Riedel tequila glass and this tequila really came alive.
While my palate can’t discern all of the profile in this juice, I do pick out the cooked agave, the fresh grass and of course the white pepper. A contradiction would be a slight fruity taste up front, but, finishes with a slight astringent dryness. I like that a lot in a tequila, but don’t find it often. This paQuí can/will hold it’s own with any of the high end blanco tequilas, no matter their price. It makes a great sipper and although they suggest to use it in cocktails I wouldn’t.
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