Bottle of Gran Dovejo Reposado

Gran Dovejo Reposado

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1414
47 Ratings See All
  • 85 Panel
  • 79 Community
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Production Details
NOM : 1414 ,
Agave : Jalisco (Los Altos) ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Altos Southern) ,
Cooking : Stone/Brick Ovens ,
Extraction : Roller Mill ,
Fermentation : 100% agave, Stainless steel tanks, Classical music, Champagne Yeast ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Copper Pot ,
Aging : American Oak barrels, Whisky barrels, Used barrels ,
ABV/Proof : 40% abv (80-proof)

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Ninja
120 ratings
5 stars
  • 85 Rating

Flan, baked Agave, brown sugar

Tequila Boss
552 ratings
5 stars
  • 85 Rating

Tasted blind Nose - Oak and sweet agave Taste - Baking spice and some caramel notes

Tequila Phenom
301 ratings
5 stars
  • 89 Rating

Strong oak in the aroma - butterscotch and almond predominate. There is also something almost like burnt wood...smoky. Just like the blanco, this is Incredibly smooth. Quite a bit of sweetness initially (vanilla, butterscotch) with a great baking spice flavor following (cinnamon, nutmeg). The finish is long and pleasant. This is a great sipper. 8/1/2015

Tequila Fan
3 ratings
5 stars
  • 88 Rating

Butterscotch & cooked agave nose. Hotter than their blanco. Cardamom. Cinnamon spice (from wood). White chocolate.

Tequila Badass
466 ratings
5 stars
  • 84 Rating

Strong peppery flavor, very intense flavor/finish but seemed one diemaional not very complex flavors.

Tequila Savant
217 ratings
5 stars
  • 77 Rating

Aroma: Strong notes of almond and vanilla. Flavor: The flavor is very oaky. It almost reminds me more of an Anejo than a Reposado. Definitely harsher and not as sweet as the aroma. Finish: Very strong. It hangs around for a while and is very nice.

Tequila Ninja
176 ratings
5 stars
  • 91 Rating

wet cement, wet leaves and pipe tobacco nose. mild sweet entry, with some hot pepper heat and cinnamon. lightly tannic and acidic, you can feel this one on the entire tongue and inside cheeks. cinnamon reappears on the finish.

Tequila Lover
11 ratings
5 stars
  • 77 Rating

Second best in blind tasting. Very drinkable. Tasty but not delicious. C+

Tequila Lover
13 ratings
5 stars
  • 84 Rating

Very mild nose, slightly sweet viscous body, plenty of agave, long finish with little burn

Tequila Aficionado
59 ratings
5 stars
  • 83 Rating

Aroma: slight vanilla, Carmel with little to no heat aroma. Pleasant Taste: slight sweetness with an oak taste and slight heat. Smooth and buttery. Finish: a light peppery and a slight heat at the back of throat which is not lasting. Nice tequila.

Tequila Wizard
626 ratings
5 stars
  • 90 Rating

Love it!! A regular favorite of mine.

Tequila Phenom
309 ratings
5 stars
  • 83 Rating

Carmalized cooked agave, vanilla and butter notes make this a delicious sipper, especially with its great oily mouthfeel.

Other news & reviews

Additional news and perspectives about Gran Dovejo Reposado

The Tequila Tourist
Aug 27, 2012

Review #180 - Gran Dovejo Tequila Reposado

Honestly, I've been anxiously waiting to try this brand for a long time. I don't know why it's taken me so long to pull the trigger, but I finally got the bottle today and I'm hoping that the anticipation hasn't gotten my hopes up to high.

Tequila Whisperer
Oct 14, 2011

Gran Dovejo tequilas reviewed by Tequila Whisperer

The Tequila Whisperer dives into all three varieties of Gran Dovejo tequila.

TasteTequila
Oct 13, 2011

A Tequila Fan's Ultimate Dream Job: Master Tequilero

Leopoldo Solis is the mastermind behind many well-respected tequilas. After our review of his most recent creation, Tequila Gran Dovejo, we were invited to meet Mr. Solis in person while he was traveling through Mexico City.

TasteTequila
Sep 06, 2011

Finding Some Comforting Clues in Gran Dovejo Tequila

Gran Dovejo is made in the highlands of Jalisco using many of our favorite techniques: the use of very ripe single-estate agave, cooked in clay ovens, distilled in copper pots, and created in small batches. (In other words even more “clues.”)