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|Detalles de Producción|
|NOM :||1102 ,|
|Tipo de agave :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Región de agave :||- ,|
|Región :||Jalisco (Los Valles) ,|
|Cocinando :||Autoclave (post diffuser) ,|
|Extracción :||Diffuser ,|
|Fuente de agua :||- ,|
|Fermentación :||100% agave, Stainless steel tanks ,|
|Destilación :||2x distilled ,|
|Estilo de destilación :||Column ,|
|Maduración :||- ,|
|ABV :||40% abv (80-proof)|
Oak improves this juice remarkably well, covers up the chemical qualities I get from the Blanco. Shoot away.
Offered by a friend, who is not a tequila drinker. Medicinal nose with pine. On entry this is smooth enough but instantly devolves into chemical bitterness. Sets a baseline for bad. One shot was enough. If you rate this 80 or 90, you literally need to get out more.
Rated blind. You get what you pay for, right?
Ok for mixing. A bit medicinal for my taste. Not for sipping
Too much aftertaste
Minty with more agave notes, earthy
Works well in Margarita, but not a ranch water!
Just horrible. Taste Like rubbing alcohol mixed with chemicals
Nice, creamy mouthfeel. Very smooth. Warm and balanced without a sharp bite. Vanilla up front with a mild pepper finish.
Aroma is alcohol and agave. More depth to the flavour and a smooth finish.
The aroma is sweet with the agave present but the overwhelming smell that diffused agaves project is loud and proud. The taste that diffused agaves have is unmistakably present amongst the other flavors and nuances that barrel resting imparts. I would not wantonly imbibe this tequila again.
Aroma - peppery Flavor - short, feint caramel and vanilla peppery notes Value - budget friendly Not a sipper, much better of in cocktails.
I did not buy this tequ
Harsh, Spicey, Pepper
38% abv. Green label & green plastic twist cap, 500ml. bottle, aprox. 2000’s bottling. Color is almost crystalline with just a tad of yellow. On the nose: Very slight sweetness from cooked agave with a touch of minerality, green herbal notes are more pronounced, after 15 minutes a nice soft "minty" aroma emerges. On the palate, straightforward cooked agave that is refreshing because of the "minty" component. Finish is medium and almost no aroma nor wood spice noticeable on the palate. I couldn’t detect any additives.
Unfortunately this one did not meet my expectations. The taste was straight pepper with zero enjoyment. In my opinion the bottom of the barrel in tequila.
This brings up memories of drinking cheap tequila shots in college.. same burn and immediately headache inducing
sweet smell of vanilla and a peppery smell that initially covers up the smell of alcohol. the taste is strong bitter pepper and alcohol. very little taste of tequilla. not finishing well at all will finish up the bottle in mixed drinks
Just don’t. Why aren’t there many comments? Because everyone knows this is poor. An alcohol smell followed by many artificial tastes, followed by more artificial agave. I think this will even goof up a well intended margarita. I was in a dive bar and I just wasted some money. I wonder if the flavored juices are as bad. Probably. At least they are honest about the artificial taste/flavors. I’m going home to some G4.
Hornitos Reposado has a pretty good agave aroma and taste, but it can be better. I do not mine drinking this tequila again; I recommend it for those starting on Tequila.
Haven’t bought this in years. Bought it to age in a 2 liter oak barrel for at least a year. I don’t drink margaritas often so it may make a decent one but for sipping… ugh! I hope it ages well!!!
This is definitely an industrially made product under the Sauza brand and can be found anywhere for a reasonable price. Is this a sipping tequila? No. But I believe it does have a place at the bar. I’ve tried several better, high quality tequilas in search of the perfect Margarita with quality ingredients: fresh lime juice, simple syrup & Cointreau, however I keep coming back to this! It just makes a really good drink! Can’t explain it! So not the best on its own but try it in a Margarita!
The typical musty/medicinal diffuser funk is on the nose and palate, but it’s covered up slightly by the barrel. Not many flavors besides a lot of alcohol, black pepper, (fake?) vanilla sweetness, and a pinch of agave. This isn’t worth your time or money.
Don't mind the smell. Oak aging aroma is there but also chemical. More agave present in taste. Finish is long and bitter.
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diffuser made. Much better options out there. Spend your money elsewhere