Its enjoyable. No tasting notes.
Hot and clunky. No finesse to speak of. Cilantro and iron. Glad I didnt buy a whole bottle of this one.
Wayyyyy too much anise. Literally borders on herbsaint. Agave notes nowhere to be found. Had trouble finishing the 2 oz I had
CM vol 2
4.25/5. Wonderful clay everywhere. Rounded… slick…. Wet. Nothing really pops, but im really enjoying the melange of earthy fruit flavors i get on the back end. Nice
Hits like a RM multi agave ensamble. Fruit, herbs, earth. All there. “With our powers combined…” But seriously, this is hella tasty
Punchy for a tobala. Very well done. Great first experience with Carreno!
Agree with the rubber that Zack gets. Outside of that, this is a winner
Yup, butter. But not rank, nasty, oily buttee. More like a lightly salted fresh buttered croissant. Tasty
Shocked at how good this is.
Its fine. Nothing reallt stands out. However, you can tell this is well made. Pine and cilantro. Not mad I bought a bottle.
One of the best tobalas ive ever had. A little bit of everything with this one. Trail mix type of finish. Mouthfeel/heft is perfect. 4.75/5
Pour. A good pulquero but nothing really remarkable. 3.75/5, rounded up
Not sure if I should be rating this one… as I had it in a flight of mezcales at Madre. Either way, the one thing I can say this reminds me of is one of Erick’s sourced mezcales from Almamezcalera. Straddled the line pretty well between light and heavy. Mint, juicy fruit, slight aloe. Good!
Blinded, I never would have guessed this is an espadin. More tobla-ish notes of bubblegum and mango. Interesting….
An above average Cuishe. Enjoyable but not earth shattering. On the fence about buying a bottle
Pour at Madre WH. Pineapple and serrano pepper. Really neat
3.75/5 really. A solid sotol. Fresh cut grass, horse barn, and peppercorns on the nose. Taste is peppercorns and slate. Finish is more slate, apples, and laffy taffy.
Really solid. Opens with coconut curry-like stuff and then hits you with dried fruit and mint. Yummy