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Ven A Mi Reposado

(70cl, 38%)

Ven A Mi Reposado

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Ven A Mi Reposado Bottling Note

The Ven A Mi Reposado is a Mezcal, which is a Tequila style drink made throughout Mexico. Tequila has to be made from the Blue Agave plant whereas Mezcal can use a variety of Agave plants. The other difference is that the plant is often cooked underground using charcoal giving Mezcal a smoky aroma and flavour.

This Ven A Mi is a Reposado, which translates as 'rested', meaning that it has spent a number of months in wooden barrels lending the Mezcal an oaky flavour on top of its herbaceous smokiness.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Warm golden syrup notes with cinnamon tones and swirling charcoal smoke.

Palate: A spicy palate with barbecue baked pears and gentle smoke.

Finish: A warming finish of cinnamon sprinkled whipped cream with a touch of smoke on the tail.

Overall: A really warm and spicy mezcal that goes down extraordinarily easily.

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Ven A Mi Reposado Reviews

Forget what anyone told you about Mexican spirits

Astonishingly smooth Mescal that puts some of the finest whiskies to shame.
It’s utterly delicious, with a subtle smokiness and literally no burn at all.
It’s a complex delicate taste that is very subtle. It’s not a smack in the face big, rich, spicy mouth-filling spirit, more a soft, smoky caress of the mouth and throat.
It’s not an overbearing Laphraoig type smokiness, but a subtle gentle version.

If you don’t love this, stick to Jack Daniels or Jose Cuervo.

1st February 2020

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