Colorado’s Mile High Spirits claims to eschew all pretension when making and promoting their various portfolio of craft spirits. To that finish, the distillery actually needs its clients to know that their Cuidado Imported Tequila Blanco isn’t any celebrity-backed tequila model. Simply learn the label:
We’re so sorry. We referred to as everybody we knew however on the finish of the day we simply couldn’t discover an A-list celeb macho man prepared to shirtlessly endorse our tequila. If it’s any comfort, I’m certain our head distiller will in all probability present you his stomach for those who ask properly. Regardless of the dearth of a painfully shallow celeb endorsement, our tequila was expertly distilled from Blue Weber Agave by our associates at Casa Maestri in Jalisco, Mexico and bottled with care in our downtown Denver distillery.
They go on a bit from there, even providing a drink on the home for each empty bottle returned to the distillery. However you get the purpose. They need this tequila to be judged on its deserves. So, let’s do this.
That is an odd nostril for a tequila. It’s exceptionally clear, virtually to a fault, with only a little bit of lemony citrus and a kiss of white pepper. There’s virtually no proof of vegetal agave. If I didn’t already know this was tequila, I significantly may peg it for a craft vodka. The palate reveals a contact extra earthiness with a bit extra agave poking via, however not a lot. Notes of cream cheese icing and vanilla bean smother any spice or citrus that may be lurking beneath. A balanced sweetness and creamy mouthfeel make it a straightforward shooter and sure an honest cocktail companion, however followers of extra full-flavored blanco tequila, celebrity-backed or not, may need to look elsewhere.
B / $30 / drinkmhs.com