Pale, silver-straw. Perfumed, floral nose. Soft, yet concentrated texture. Elegant, refined palate of citrus, minerals and light spice. Wood notes add dimension. Has a sweet honey note in the finish.(tastings.com)
Posted by Matt on 23rd Dec 2013
On a tequila tour in Mexico I remember this one brand and breed of tequila standing out as radically different from the rest: Cazadores -- reposado. Rested, not aged. The aged (anejo) is close to scotch. The Reposado is uniquely agave. It can be drunk straight and sipped. It is fine over ice. You can mix it in drinks. Don't just shoot it straight back. Use the cheap stuff for that.