Mijenta‘s second expression is right here, taking its base Highlands agave and growing old it for as much as six months in a mix of American white oak, French oak, and French acacia wooden casks.
The completed product is mushy and approachable, providing a stable steadiness between the freshness of agave and the sweetness pushed by the barrel. Frivolously peppery on the nostril, the tequila options contemporary herbs, a pinch of spice, and a gentle, vague fruitiness that runs to apricot and lemon. The palate spins the equation round, providing a honeyed peach and citrus observe up entrance, filtered by means of mild caramel and vanilla notes. There’s a punch of barrel char on the end, however once more this ingredient is gentle and well-integrated with the livelier, fruity assault.
Much less uncommon than the expressive and wild blanco, this reposado bottling sticks a bit nearer to the anticipated taste profile — regardless of its uncommon barrel remedy. The value could also be a bit pricey, however the expertise is absolutely definitely worth the funding.