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Ilegal Reposado

(70cl, 40%)

Ilegal Reposado

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Ilegal Reposado Bottling Note

This is a delicious Reposado Mezcal from the Ilegal company. It's distilled at Destileria Tlacolula in Oaxaca, Mexico, and is double distilled in copper stills. It's then aged in American oak before bottling. This was awarded a Gold Medal at the Tequila.net Awards.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Slightly woody, caramel-like aromas. Baked agave, cassia bark and chilli.

Palate: Butterscotch and caramel. Soft wood smoke, cedar, pipe tobacco and agave. Dried herbs.

Finish: Oaky, woody finish. Cocoa powder and orange rinds.

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Ilegal Reposado Reviews

Fine crossover for curious whisky lovers

Maybe my favorite of the Ilegal lineup. Bright, fresh nose, sweet and grassy. Smoke is just barely detectable. The palate has bright fresh fruit notes, agave of course, along with apple. There’s a welcome creaminess to the mouthfeel. More smoke–still restrained–toward the finish, along with a hit of roasted coffee.

Great crossover for Scotch drinkers who hew more to Speysides and Highlands than Islays. More thoughts: http://axisofwhisky.com/2017/04/22/ilegal-mezcal-review/

1st May 2017

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