Last edited by clindt; 07-10-2012 at 19:04.
It looks like it's only sold in Mexico, so that's always good to bring back something that you can't get here. I've never heard of any of the brands made by NOM 1500 (There's 7 of them). They must not be able to get anything distributed in the US...at least not that I can find. Next time I go to Mexico I'm definitely only buying things that aren't sold in the US. I saw the 3 tier bottle. That looked kind of cool.
"I distrust a man who says 'when.' He's got to be careful not to drink too much, because he's not to be trusted when he does." Sydney Greenstreet
It looks like you've discovered that reposados/anejos aged in bourbon barrels hit your sweet spot. If I recall, you had Fortaleza blanco as well, which may as well be in its own class because it's so damn good. Keep asking and I'll keep giving you good ones...especially now that I know your preferences.
Ditto on the appreciation of your advice, Max. I'm a Tequila lover now, thanks to you! ...lol.
I also generally prefer blancos, but my favorite anejos use French oak, which is interesting given my love of bourbon.