Note to all tequila distillers…
I love it when, along with your generous review bottles, you supply a story of how your tequila is made.
The makers of Embajador tequila did this by sending a simple folder with a few laser-printed pages that told a brief but helpful story about its goods.
And they are good.
(Some time after I typed my original tasting notes, I found it had a new and informative website. Click here to enjoy that story.)
Translated, Embajador, simply means ambassador, and it serves well in that role in welcoming the drinker into a solid sipping experience.
According to the distiller, half its agaves are baked the historic way, in a stone horno; the other half in a steam-heated autoclave. According to the company, blending those techniques creates an array of aromas rather than just a few notes.
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