Siete Leguas

Jalisco (Ciénega)
Nom 1120

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Matt Gresham
Tequila Aficionado
58 ratings

Erica Boorom
Tequila Guru
92 ratings

Aroma : Agave, oak, caramel, vanilla, citrus, and some light fruity notes. Taste : Light cooked agave with oak, peppercorns, chocolate, caramel, cinnamon, baking spices and nutmeg. The texture is oily and rich. Finish : Fairly long with vanilla, oak and fruity notes similar to the aroma. Very good, but loses points on value. (Found on Old Town Tequila for $249.99 USD)

Erica Boorom
Tequila Guru
92 ratings

Aroma : Cooked agave, citrus, earth, grass, and vegetal notes are all very clean and crisp here. Taste : The cooked agave, earth, grass, and vegetal notes from the aroma translate to a creamy, oily texture in the mouth. There is also a light amount of black pepper spice. Finish : Long lasting with more sweet agave and black pepper.

Andy Bardon
Tequila Ninja
106 ratings

Solid overall, and great value for the price.

Lou Agave (Long Island Lou Tequila)
Tequila Ninja
140 ratings

The nose stills shows some agave. A lot of oak, cherryish with a nice fragrant aroma, with caramel, vanilla, fruit, chocolate and light butterscotch. Smoky with a hint of nutmeg, and cinnamon, along with pepper and spice. A deep rich nose. The taste is cooked agave, oak, fruit and butter, burnt caramel, vanilla, black pepper, cherries and honey. The finish is silky oak, fruit, and a long lengthy smoky finish. This extra anejo is amazing.

Lou Agave (Long Island Lou Tequila)
Tequila Ninja
140 ratings

The nose is whiskey and oak, cooked agave sweetness, earthy, honey, pepper and spice. Vanilla with a pinch of butterscotch, caramel, pepper, vegative, with fruit and smoke and a hint of nuts and cinnamon along with some burnt caramel. The taste is smooth and silky, creamy and buttery, honey, vegetal, spice, light caramel, brine and light vanilla, along with some light fruit and some heat on the back end. The finish is spicy and okie, would vanella notes, peppery, slight alcohol tangle and some light brine, ending in a medium to long laid finish. This is truly a clean, complete and traditional anejo.

Lou Agave (Long Island Lou Tequila)
Tequila Ninja
140 ratings

The nose is cooked sweet agave, oak, light vanilla, and caramel. It's got some smoke with a hint of white pepper, and touch of tea. This is soft creamy nose which light mint and fruity aromas. The taste is cooked agave, smooth and silky, minerals, oak, some light heat on the back end, citrus, spice calmer light smoke, fruit, light pepper, a pinch of cinnamon and light caramel, and some light vanilla. The finish is a nice sweetness, some spice and herbs, pepper and oak, citrus with a slight late burn. I really like this Reposado, as it drinks a bit like a blanco, and has because a light color and overall taste.

Lou Agave (Long Island Lou Tequila)
Tequila Ninja
140 ratings

The nose is filled with sweet cooked agave, a natural sugary aroma, minerals, earthy and herbal with a touch of cinnamon. Some light smoke, pepper, spice, fragrant with some anise and mint and a very small touch of vanilla. Some fruit, citrus and grassy. The nose has a lot going on, and it's all good. The taste is sweet cooked agave, natural sugar, a touch of vanilla, earthy and herbal, spice, pepper, mint, anise, and minerals. Silky smooth and buttery with a slight bite, fruity with zesty . A delightful taste. The finish is upfront heat that dissipates, cooked agave, sugary, spice, minerals, mint, and anise, finishing with a long citrusy zest and fruity finish.

Matt Gresham
Tequila Aficionado
58 ratings

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