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Review: Tequila Tromba, Complete Lineup

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Right here’s a enjoyable truth: Tequila Tromba is the top-selling impartial tequila… in Canada. A Highlands-born spirit, Tromba is now tiptoeing its means into the U.S., the place all three conventional expressions can be found. We tried all of them. Right here goes.

All are 80 proof. NOM 1547.

Tequila Tromba Blanco – Very light-handed on the entire, this silver tequila provides a strongly peppery nostril to kick issues off, although its tempered with flippantly bitter lemon peel and a pinch of rosemary so as to add some greenery to the combination. Refreshing and clear on the palate, lemony citrus notes shortly come to dominate, the peppery character fading right into a lighter, white pepper be aware. Rounded notes of crème brulee and a stunning slug of vanilla take the end in a brand new and stunning path for a blanco. A- / $38 [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]

Tequila Tromba Reposado – Six months of bourbon barrel getting older offers this tequila a good quieter and extra rounded composition, the nostril tempering the citrus with notes of marzipan and vanilla, although delicate on the entire. Peppery agave notes fade into the background on each nostril and palate, revealing on the latter a personality of milk chocolate alongside the almond and lightweight baking spice character that’s in attendance. Whereas the physique is quiet and a bit skinny, very similar to the blanco, there’s ample vanilla on the lingering end. A- / $45 [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]

Tequila Tromba Anejo – The anejo makes a giant bounce to twenty months in oak, and you’ll positively see it within the shade of the spirit. The additional time in oak doesn’t do the fragile tequila any favors, the nostril throwing out a mixture of candy brown sugar and peppery notes however by no means displaying any actual stability between the 2. The palate is a giant butterscotch bomb, tempered with a touch of gingerbread, once more displayed atop that boldly creamy physique. The end feels a little bit gummy and unctuous, nearly milky and a contact saccharine at occasions. This tastes like one thing that will be poured over a dessert at a high-end restaurant, and it simply ventures too far into that territory for straight sipping. B / $55 [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]

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