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Notes: Don Cuco Sotol Reposado

Don Cuco Sotol Reposado - 36%

Sotol is not distilled from agave, but from the Sotol plant or desert spoon. The most common sotol varietal is Dasylirion wheeleri, Asparagaceae, a plant that grows wild throughout the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico. The sotol plant is native to the distinctive Sonoran and Chihuahuan high desert climates and has long been a vital plant as a source of food and fiber. Sotol shares characteristic similarities to its cousins in spirit, Tequila and Mezcal.

A few different outlets have made the claim that Don Cuco Sotol was the first to export and import sotol.


Notes: The nose is candied and floral - caramel forward. More of the same on the palate - generic sweets and florals - touch of earthy bitterness. Really suffering here from the proofing down. Linear and light structure. Short in the finish.

Pour This For: The lighter touch with wood in the aging process would work for tequila reposado fans.

Score: 3 (Anything Else?) Too watered down for a cocktailing ingredient. Stand alone, there's not much to dig into.


Rating System

10 - Reevaluate The Budget

9 - Stash Two (If Able)

8 - Stash One (At The Right Price)

7 - Highly Recommend It To Strangers

6 - Solid - Above Average

5 - Acceptable For The Situation

4 - Not Vocally Complaining

3 - Anything Else To Drink?

2 - Nothing Nice To Say

1 - Drain Pour

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