If you’ve read our previous Kah Anejo review, you know we enjoyed this aged version of their tequila. It was only a matter of time before we moved on to some of their other offerings so we decided to grab a bottle of their blanco.
In our anejo review, we touched on how much we enjoy the design of Kah Tequila‘s bottles. Their blanco is no different as the entire lineup remains one of our favorite packaging for a tequila. This one is reverse of their anejo with black paint on a white bottle. There are only a handful of bottles we keep for display and this is one of them.
The aroma is somewhat peppery with hints of earthiness, herbal and grass. The taste has low sweetness followed by cooked agave. This tequila has a crisp light mouth feel with a mild but pleasant heat.
This 750ml bottle was around $42 at our local liquor store chain. That prices puts it at somewhat higher than your average blanco. For what you get in the unique bottle and tasty liquid inside, we would say that it’s a good deal.
We enjoy Kah Blanco both neat and in a cocktail.
Cucumber Cilantro Margarita
- 1 oz orange liqueur
- 2 oz Margarita Texas Mix
- 2 oz Kah Blanco tequila
- 6 to 8 slices cucumber
- small handful of fresh cilantro
Blend all ingredients until smooth. Strain into glass