El Sagrado

Jalisco (Southeast)
Nom 1558

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Jimenez Da Menaz
Tequila Ninja
137 ratings

Almost no aroma present very very light agave. I was surprised to find no alcohol on the nose. But wait it’s very present once you taste it. Hot and bites back! Short lasting like the finish which was flavorless. I’m not a blanco fan so take this review with a grain of salt and a lime.

Remy Newland
Tequila Boss
502 ratings

From 2009 or there about. Nose: Mature, sweet agave immediately on the nosing. Cut grass, lemon/lime citrus, with floral and spice undercurrents. Flavor: White pepper and spices playing nicely with the rich, caramelized agave presence - which is impressive and abundant. Finish: A pleasant melding of warming pepper and cinnamon heat, a hint of anise, and the creamy sweet agave.

Remy Newland
Tequila Boss
502 ratings

Nose: Initial wave of sweet cooked agave is followed up with some cellar mustiness, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and mild garam masala with a floral touch. It is not a robust or vivacious nose, but it contains a lot of interesting elements. Flavors: Deep rich vanilla melding into the dark caramel notes, giving you a sensation of a silky, but slightly scorched creme caramel. Juxtaposed, there is white pepper, spicy cardamom and the tiniest hint of tannic oak bitterness. Agave is hanging in.

John Welch
Tequila Wizard
888 ratings

Some of the best spice elements of the reposado are missing here which makes me think different barrels were used for each. Not bad but not a good progression from blanco to reposado to añejo. B to R is fine and for me the reposado is the best of the line.

John Welch
Tequila Wizard
888 ratings

A very interesting profile this is as spicy as some añejo tequilas. Nose of oak and agave that in the mouth blooms with barrel spice of cinnamon and clove, some natural sweetness, cooked agave and some alcohol. Very nice

John Welch
Tequila Wizard
888 ratings

Quite mellow on the nose with roast agave and a bit of alcohol. In the mouth this is very tasty with some bell pepper, cooked agave and natural sweetness. The distillery this is from produces Dos Armadillo and is the new home of Pura Vida after their disaster at Xamay. Nicely done.

Charlie Cupp
Tequila Savant
220 ratings

N. Scott Buchanan
Tequila Fan
2 ratings

CJ Cowan
Tequila Badass
403 ratings