Purasangre

Jalisco (Los Valles)
Nom 1146

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Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
620 ratings

Nose : Multilayered spices. Double Bubble bubble gum juiciness. Almost a wood like fragrance with minerals. This nose is difficult to dissect or pigeon hole - but full of good surprises. A touch of smoke. Flavors: Finely ground black pepper, salted licorice and a quality smoked salami. Sits nicely on the palate.

Jay MacRaild
Tequila Badass
383 ratings

This kind of bums me out, I have such a soft spot in my heart for this brand and after not tasting it for 4 years it’s falling short of my memory. It has agave, a decent finish and it’s approachable but nothing here is blowing my skirt up!

Grover Sanschagrin
Tequila Wizard
817 ratings

Craig Macadang
Tequila Wizard
918 ratings

John Welch
Tequila Honey Badger
1001 ratings

Sampled from Remy's bottle, this is an outstanding reposado from NOM 1146. Quite viscous in the glass, legs are amazing for a reposado. Barrel and roast agave combine perfectly to make a nearly perfect, for me, reposado. Some sweetness along with caramel from the barrel have me thinking of Creme Brulee with a hint of burnt sugar. Finish is long and rich.

Juan Carlos Martin Roaro
Tequila Phenom
322 ratings

Juan Carlos Martin Roaro
Tequila Phenom
322 ratings

Juan Carlos Martin Roaro
Tequila Phenom
322 ratings

Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
620 ratings

Aroma: Rich ripe agave notes, a trace of cinnamon and mint, minerals and cut wet grass. Flavor: Thick and oily in the mouth. A honey like sweetness that carries some spiciness, dill weed and black pepper heat. A modicum of acceptable bitterness on the back of the tongue. The palate is considerably more robust than the nosing. Finish: Mingling playfully, pepper, anise and agave notes all the way to the finish line. A Mexican bottling with a tax stamp from 2011.

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