Initially sweet but is quickly followed with a peppery spice. Silky and delicate, leaving a sachet of spices on the palate. This particular skull represents a particularly macabre Bolivian tradition of the “Day of the Dead” celebration.
With a heavy herbal nose, and whiffs of white pepper and cooked agave, the blanco certainly doesn’t smell like a generic brand. Instead, it falls into the category of herbal contenders.