Very sweet but not vanilla forward, more like straight up white sugar. Some tequila is in the background so it’s not as offensive. Massively overpriced even when considering the bottle cost. Did not rate the other NOMs but very similar.
Very sweet notes and barely any complexity. No harshness and minimal alcohol. Product to initiate someone into sweet profiles
I have had this MX release bottle with 2007 tax stamp since 2009 so was somewhat surprised I had yet to rate it. Still 2/3 full it doesn't taste compromised at all. Sweet like sugar water and coats the mouth as in added glycerin. Some ethanol for finish and no agave to be seen.
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