Excerpt: There isn’t any bitterness or bite to the spirit, which is nice, but the flavors aren’t very punched in. I get a bit of that herbal aspect, and there’s some black pepper spice on the finish, but that’s about it.
Excerpt: Nice bright cayenne and terra-cotta notes on the nose, but none of the brininess on the palate that these would suggest. Instead, it's lean, slightly fruity and relatively mellow. Nice flavors, but could have had more intensity and energy.
Excerpt: Espolon Blanco Tequila is hefty with agave character, peppery but with a smooth, silky body. The finish brings up more pepper and heat than I’d like. Little hints of vanilla in the body make this more complex than you’d expect at a price level like this.