Review: Inspiro Tequila Luna Blanco

Review: Inspiro Tequila Luna Blanco

Looking at the bottle above, you might expect Inspiro to be a vodka. I promise this is not but rather a blanco tequila, which launched in the U.S. in late 2021. The brand was founded by Mara Smith, a former Chicago attorney, who fell in love with tequila and recruited Ana Maria Romero Mena to create this blanco for her. Made from 100% agave, the brand still consists of only the blanco expression.

Let’s give it a try.

Moderate but present agave gives the nose an immediate greenness, with white pepper and light notes of bergamot and tea leaf present. The palate is bright and a little steely, with mineral notes kicking off the experience. A pop of vanilla emerges later in the game, tempered by a distinct note of lime leaf, more white pepper, and a squeeze of lemon. Very straightforward and very clean, this would be your perfect everyday, go-to blanco… if it wasn’t so pricey. That issue aside, love it.

80 proof. NOM 1614.

A- / $53 /

Inspiro Tequila Luna Blanco




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