Smell of a banana cream pie with some tropical fruit. Definitely taste vanilla, banana, and orange. Very smooth but does seem to have an interesting aftertaste. Definitely not a normal cuixe from my experience.
This is the second Pulquero I have had. There are some similarities but this one is far superior. Soft to the smell with some sweetness to it. There is a spearmint aftertaste but to start I feel like there is something sweet just can’t figure out the exact taste.
Very earthy. To smell there is a mint forward smell with sometime type of sweetness at the end. Soft to start with an earthy middle and a sweet finish. I do like it but not my favorite.
Funky to the smell. I think milky or cheesy in a way. Really has grown on my over the past month or so. Maybe it is just me but the funkiness of this is something I really enjoy. To taste, some espresso, cream cheese and sourness. Yes, I know sounds weird but really enjoyed.
Sweet to the smell and taste. The smell is definitely some coffee and honey. Complex with the taste. Get a sweet taste like molasses but also has either a leather or clay taste as well.
To start, there is definitely an earthy smell with some type of baked good. Has a clay forward taste with an after taste of vanilla.
Lote: ACRO16, Bottle 121, May 2018. Definitely a sweet espadin but different than others I have tried. Can tell the clay impacts the taste but in a positive manner. Taste of orange and vanilla with a pine aftertaste.
Great mezcal for the price. Floral and a bit of citrus. On the tongue, a taste of vanilla with some slight smoke.
On the nose is banana and coconut. Very clean with taste of some sweetness to the espadÍn. Definitely some fruit flavors of banana and papaya.
Very good mezcal with an amazing price. Will definitely be one I continue to buy. The smell has some vanilla, leather, and floral. To the taste, there is some mint and pepper with a sweet vanilla finish.