Exceptional liquid with complexity and a lot of personality through an ensemble of Espadín and Tobalá agave. It is soft, not too smoky, has a sweet undertone, and is easy to drink, making it a great sipping mezcal. Agua Mágica has some herbal, mineral, and fresh notes of cucumber, melon, banana, vanilla, and green chili on the palate.
I got to try this mezcal on Saturday, and it was a big surprise. I immediately captured the chocolate, berry, and other fruity aromas. There are some rear clay notes. It has very complex layers of flavors which are present from start to the very end. It was really good experience.
I remember being very excited to try this mezcal since I really enjoy all of the other Casamigos tequila but it was a big disappointment. Honestly, I agree with all the reviews. It is not worth it, especially for the price.
I really enjoyed this mezcal. Surprisingly smooth with complex smokiness. In my opinion, this mezcal is excellent for sipping. I also like the bottle´s design, but like other reviews, I think it is a bit pricey.
Ojo de Tigre is a mixture of Espadín and Tobalá agaves. The Espadín agave is well worked, with smoky notes. Its flavor is firm, and the alcohol concentration gives it a solid character. In my opinion, it still needs a little more body, but for people who start taking mezcal, this is a good option.
I got to try it this weekend, and I think this mezcal is an interesting one. The nose has floral and fruit notes like orange and jasmine. There is a slight hint of salt and smoke. On the other hand, I think the palate is less impressive even though it is as fruity as the nose, with a slight after-taste of thyme or rosemary. On both the nose and the palate, there is just an echo of smoke, it feels almost like an infusion. I will not say it is the best mezcal that I have ever tried, but it is somehow enjoyable.
It has a roasted agave on the nose with a little sweetness in it. You kind of get the caramel, tobacco and pepper flavors. Not too smokey, pretty smooth and light. I would recommend it for mixing in a cocktail but not for sipping. Still, I think it is overpriced for what they offer.
I tried this mezcal in Mexico City two years ago. Although it is not as intensely smoky as I like, I really enjoyed the balanced taste of this mezcal—some spice and vanilla, very gentle to the nose. I love the bottle design and vibe, just a little annoyed that barely any distributor carries it in the US.
I agree with most of the reviews. The ABV is too low for me so I am not a big fan. On the other hand, I think is a very approachable mezcal (especially for its price). It might be a good option for anyone who has never tried neat mezcal before or wants to mix it into a cocktail. Its layer flavors are not smoky, very light and soothing to the palate (too light, in my opinion). My wife loves it though, so I think I will keep buying it for a while.
Earthy finish very characteristic of this wild agave, very enjoyable. Been drinking this mezcal for a long time, a little bit pricy but definitely a good one.